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JULY IN RETROSPECT
Paf«

and

Commercial
Cotton

Stock Market

Dividend Declarations

Federal Reserve Bank—Brokers'

Iron and Steel Trade

9
--13
12

-—

Course of the

Hides and Leather

1

Financial Events

Money Market
New Security Issues

Petroleum and Its Products.......

Loans .16

Rubber

5
— ...17

Foreign Affairs...

—

Foreign Exchange..
Grain—Coffee—Sugar

....

Textiles
United States Treasury

8

INDEX TO STOCK EXCHANGE

Baltimore Stock
Boston Stock

Financing

QUOTATIONS

New York Curb Exchange.

Exchange..

New York Stock

Chicago Stock Exchange

Exchange^Bonds

New York Stock

Exchange

Exchange—Stocks

Cleveland Stock Exchange..

Philadelphia Stock Exchange.....

Detroit Stock Exchange..—

Pittsburgh Stock Exchange^.

Los

San Francisco Stock Exchange

Angeles Stock Exchange

INDEX TO GENERAL

Municipal Bonds-

Companies-

Banks and Trust

QUOTATIONS

Domestic

Domestic

Canadian

..93

.........

Public Utility Bonds

Bonds....

79

Railroad Bonds..

Federal Land Bank Bonds

74

Public Utility Stocks

Exchange Seats...-.-..--------

Foreign Government

91

...

Canadian

68

Industrial Bonds.......

Railroad Stocks

I nd ustrial Stocks.;. .

Real Estate Bonds

Insurance

- - . . . - - - - - .

Real Estate Trust and Land Stocks

Stocks

Title

Land Bank—

WILLIAM

Safe

Deposit
86

United States Territorial Bonds

B.

William

DANA

86

United States Government Securities..91

Textile Stocks-

Mining Stocks




Guarantee and

Stocks

Securities
Mill Stocks—see

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86

Textile Stocks

Investing Companies Securities
Joint Stock

72

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the

bill for court reorganization, with its provisions for tenta¬
tive enlargement of the United

States Supreme Court,

was

uppermost in the public mind during the past month.
bill

definitely abandoned

was

July

on

22, when

tration leaders in the Senate joined with the

arranging to recommit the
Committee.

Defeat

of

the

bill,

five months ago, was ascribed

Adminis¬

opposition in

which

by

proposed

was

President Roosevelt in somewhat different form

than

more

to growing public sentiment

against its principles, and was hastened by the letter from
Governor Lehman

of New York to Senator Wagner,

the latter to vote against the bill.

dent's program
ment

to

domination

decisive.

Not

by

of

one

other

the

the

two

ganization

of

denounced

as

the

of

his

sudden death

Robinson

July 14

on

President Roosevelt's proposed reor¬

Supreme
than

worse

the President's note

Court,

the

which

original

stir

the opposition

the

Senate

to

shelved

of 70 to 20,

opponents

some

However,

measure.

July 15 to Senator Barkley, Acting

on

Majority Leader, insisting that the fight

vote

was

likely to end the acrimonious debate that had arisen

the substitute for

over

features

semblance

a

the

Supreme

of revolt.

Court

On July

packing

bill

22

by

a

In

reported

July 22, the committee

bill for the reform

a

being

measure

shorn

on

the

July 27

oi.e's

outside

July

28

President

Roosevelt

and

his

the

The

measure

tax

;

'

plugging

evasion.

!

1

the

Revenue

'

;

laws

<,":;V

'

provide against
•

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H'"

agreeing

on

July 22

by

Senate

to

submit

leaders

new

court

the

a

Administration's

bill, after

proposals for the reorganization of the United States Su¬
preme

Court,

ported

a

the new
the

the committee

bill providing for
bill making

no

on

July

reform

27

unanimously

re¬

of judicial procedure,

provision for

the enlargement

of

Supreme Court, nor for the appointment of additional'

lower court judges.

As reported by the committee the bill

("we quote from a Washington dispatch to the New York




is

unpopular

accompanied by

Court

One of the most contro¬

the original bill which dealt with
Chief

Justice to shift

Federal judges.

among

asked

the

General

Attorney

whether there is a need

It was made known by Presi-$

conference on July 27 that he

Roosevelt at his press

had

for

opinion

an

as

to

appointment to-

whether he has authority to make a recess

Supreme Court, in which tribunal a vacancy exists as a

the

result

the

of

Devanter

June 2.

on

Earlier in the month
dent's

(July 6)

Democratic

Senate

on

the

Senate

on

July

2

by

the

debate on the Presi- ~

open

proposals

reorganization

court

substitute,

late

majority

the j

in

begun

was

the

before

brought

leader,

Senator

sponsored by Senators Ashurst,

The substitute,

Robinson.

•

Van

Willis

Justice

Associate

of

retirement

J

appointment of one
Supreme Court for each

Logan and Hatch, proposed presidential

each

justice

new

to

year

the

incumbent justice more than
substitute

the

was

Senate had agreed on

Debate on

75 years of age.

by

begun

Senator Robinson

:

after the

July 6, without a record vote, to take

The Senator, in moving to substitute the
that of the President's original proposals, served

the new bill.

up

bill

for

he

that

notice

would

every

use

filibuster and force a vote.

any

means

•

available to break v

Opposition to the compro¬

previously been evidenced, increased" in
week later, and the chances of approving the

mise, Which bad

of Senator

dimmed following the death on July 14

fight for passage of s:
week before the shelving of the J

Robinson, who had been heading the
the

on

It

bill.

was

only

a

July 22, that the President indicated in his

Senator Barkley

that he had no intention

reforjn.

demands for court

his

letter

of giving up f

'

President Roosevelt Sign* Farm Tenancy Bill, Authorising Funds
for Federal Loans for Purchase of Land

funds

Act, which authorizes

Federal

for
to

loans

to be

Bankhead-Jones

the appropriation

made to

of

desirable farm

purchase farm land, and for the purchase and

retirement for cultivation of submarginal land.

The appro¬

priation authorized by the legislation for loans to the farm
tenants is not to exceed

of

Supreme Court within

Court the senior Circuit

have enabled the

dent

tenants

*

Court Reorganisation Bill

abandonment

District

a

judges to give aid.

for additional district judges.

:

to

Following the action of the Senate Judiciary Committee
in

in

more

district

was

Farm Tenant

Bill for Reform of Judicial Procedure Reported by Senate Judiciary
Committee Following Abandonment of President Roosevelt?*

Supreme

shall be filed with the

President Roosevelt on July 23 signed the

in,the lower Federal courts;

loopholes in

that

Judicial Council to report

.

providing assistance for low-cost housing projects

The bill creating reforms

Legislation

bill

wage

requiring

within 30 days after the lower court decision \

to the next session of Congress as to

The bills include the following:

hour and minimum

litigation involving;

litigants,

private

ney General Cummings and the

\

of Congress.

The maximum

the

memorial requesting Attor¬

to

congressional

push through despite the growing movement for adjourn¬

ment

enjoin

a

bill,

leaders agreed upon a legislative program which they hoped

to

or

would

own

The bill

Court

plan and of the provisions affecting lower court judges.
On

one

courts

the Senate a

Supreme

by

features among the provisions of

Senate

judicial procedure,

of

entirely of

to

statutes.

appeals

congestion

assign

may

measure

on

Federal

of

expediting

that papers

•

accordance with the agreement reached by the

Judiciary Committee

new

for

there is

lower

Despite the defeat of the bill, President

Roosevelt is said to hold that his court objectives have been

partially gained.

sought

days.

appeared to

go on

is

judges '
solve prob¬
subsistence
for judges when sent on such special assignments by the senior Circuit
Court judge.
Only last year the President vetoed a special bill authorizing
this amount of subsistence.
Under present law, Federal judges assigned to
other districts are allowed only '$5 a day—which means that working

govern¬

branches,

The stunningly

of Senate Majority Leader Joseph T.
seemed

of the

arm

controversial

original plan remained alive.

urging

The defeat of the Presi¬

to subject the judicial

it

Federal statute.

reached and

The

the Senate Judiciary

measure to

,

about the country at will, regardless of circuit boundaries, to
lems of congestion.
The new bill authorizes $10 a day for

Administration's

the

]

.

<

which

in

cases

notice of appeal shall be filed

versial

FINANCIAL EVENTS

affairs,

•

,

all

in

constitutionality

judge

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governmental

principal

following

the

,

involved.

courts

a

Provision

the

Concerning

j*

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parties

operation of

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NO. 8

AUGUST 6, 1937

NEW YORK,

Bank

.

the Post Office at New York, N. Y., under the Act of March 8 1879*

$10,000,000 for the fiscal

end- !

year

ing June 30, 1938; not to exceed $25,000,000 for the fiscal
year

for

ending June 30,

each

able in 40 years at
for

the

year

ending June 30, 1938, and not

as

>

$20,000,000 for each of the succeeding two fiscal 1

There is created under the bill "as an agency of and

within the

known

The appropriation

purchase of submarginal land is not to exceed $10,- V.-.

exceed

years.

The loans would be pay- J.

3% annual interest.

000,000 for the fiscal
to

1939, and not to exceed $50,000,000

fiscal year thereafter.-

Department of Agriculture" a corporation to be
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.

The measure was submitted to
ture following

the President for his signa¬

the approval on July 15 by the Senate of a

conference report

adopted by the House on July 13.

Overrides President Roosevelt*s Veto of Bill Continuing
Reduced Rates on Certain Federal Land Bank Loans

Congress

The measure continuing

in effect the low interest rates

Federal Land Bank loans became a

law

on

on

July 22 without;.

of (President Roosevelt when the Senate, on
that day, followed action of the House in overriding the
President's veto of the bill. The Senate vote was 71 to 19,
11 more than the required two-thirds majority.
The House
the signature

compact to conserve oil and gas executed by
Kansas, New Mexico
and Colorado.
The compact will expire on Sept. 1, 1937.
two

years

the

Governors of Oklahoma, Texas,

a

joint resolution to give consent to the extension of the

A

compact
Senator

brought

was

Thomas, and

Committee

Mines

on

before
was

and

the

Senate

referred,

Mining.

on

The

the resolution on July 27, while the

on

that

July 22
date,

Senate

to

by
the

approved

House approved it on

July 29.
President Roosevelt Orders Department Heads to Effect Annual
f

1

Saving of $400,000,000

President Roosevelt on July 6 made public the text of a

passed the bill over the President's veto by a vote of 260
letter he had sent on June 23 to the heads of government
to 98 on July 13.
President Roosevelt vetoed the bill on
executive departments, agencies and establishments,
in
July 12 in the interest of economy.
\ •
'
11 1
which he ordered a total saving of $400,000,000 in an
The bill, which had been sponsored by Representative
attempt to effect a "layman's balance" in the Federal
Marvin Jones of Texas, Chairman of the House Agriculture
budget for the current fiscal year.
He thus forecast an
Committee, extends for one year the present 3%% rate on
The
certain Federal Land Bank loans; provides a 4%:rate on aggregate saving of 10% in executive expenditures.
President explained at a press conference that there are
such loans for the period July 1, 1938, to June 30, 1939, and
statutory limitations to certain phases of this economy
provides a 4% rate on Land Bank Commissioner's loans for
a period of two years.
President Roosevelt estimated in drive, since he had no power tp reduce salaries of govern¬
ment workers, certain expenses of the army and navy, and
his veto message that the reduction of the rates of interest
the $400,000,000 that must be put aside each year for debt
on Federal Land Bank loans to 3%% for the fiscal year
retirement.
He added, however, that savings can be made
1938 and to 4% for the fiscal year 1939 would "necessitate
by curtailing certain government activities.
payments from the Treasury in the amount of approximately
$31,700,000 for the former year and $21,200,000 for the President Roosevelt Asks Senate to Ratify International Sugar
Agreement Signed at London Last May
latter, a total of $52,900,000.
President Roosevelt, in a special message to the Senate on
Albert S. Goss, Land Bank Commissioner of the Farm
June 28, asked that body to ratify the international agree¬
Credit Administration, said on July 23 that the continua¬
ment signed at London on May 6 designed to regulate the
tion of the 3 y2% rate on Federal Land Bank loans is
effective as of July 1, and the reduced rate of 4% (from
production and marketing of sugar. The agreement, signed
5%) on Land Bank Commissioner loans is effective as by representatives of the United States and 20 other coun¬
of July 22.
tries, is designed to become effective on Sept. 1.
In his
message to the Senate asking ratification of the agreement,
President .Roosevelt Urges Adoption of Long-Term Farm Program—
President

Bills Submitted to Senate and House

announced plans, President
Roosevelt on July 12 sent an identical letter to the Chair¬
men of the Senate and House Agricultural Committees in
which he urged the committees to go forward with, and
Congress give "sympathetic consideration" to legislation for
a long-term farm program.
While the President did not
indicate it as his desire that the legislation be adopted at
the present session of Congress, he explained that "if we
wait until next year the ultimate objective will be the
same but we may be faced with emergency conditions which
would make the legislative and administrative problem more
difficult because of the very fact of moving hurriedly under
the fire of an emergency."
Although the President favors
Secretary of Agriculture Wallace's ever-normal granary
idea, his letter to the Chairmen of the Agricultural Com¬
mittees did not refer specifically to the bill now before
Congress embracing this plan.
In accordance with previously

Senator Ellison

The President's letters were addressed to

Chairman of the Senate Com¬
mittee
on
Agriculture, and Representative Jones.
The
President asked that consideration be given to the following

D, Smith of South Carolina,

three-fold program:
First, to the continuation of the present agricultural conservation pro¬
gram as

the foundation of the long-time plan.
for the assurance of abundance for

Second,

substantial

reserves

of

food for

use

in years

consumers

of crop

by storage of

failure.

Third, for protection of farm prices and farm income.

eVer-normal granary
plan and also some of the principles set forth by the Presi¬
dent was submitted to the Senate on July 15 and the
Additional legislation embodying the

House

on

July 20.
Roosevelt

President

Signs $194,536,063 War

Department Measure

Providing Funds for Flood Control

President Roosevelt

on

July 19 signed

at
'

the $194,536,063

making

June

"is

a

matter of great prac¬

Marriage Clause" of 1932 Economy Act, Barring Man and Wife from

Government Posts» Repealed

/

President Roosevelt

on

July 26 signed a measure repealing

section 213, or the so-called

"marriage clause" of the 1932

Economy Act, enacted during the administration of President
The section

Hoover.

force became

provided that whenever reductions in

in any Government bureau, an em¬
ployee whose husband or wife also worked for the Govern¬
necessary

ment would be

dismissed first.

The bill rescinding the provision was sent to President
Roosevelt for his signature after the Senate had unanimously

adopted it on July 22 and the House had approved it on
July 8 by a vote of 205 to 128.
Roosevelt Signs Resolution Appropriating $3,000,000

President

Federal Participation in New York

for

World's Fair

Roosevelt signed the joint resolu¬
Federal participation in the New York

On July 9 President

authorizing

tion

be held in New York City during 1939.
completed action on the legislation on July 6,
when the resolution was approved by the Senate in the
same form
in which it was adopted by the House on
June 30.
The bill was introduced by Representative Mat¬
thew J. Merritt of Flushing, N. Y., after President Roose¬
velt had vetoed a similar resolution authorizing an appro¬

World's

Fair, to

Congress

priation of $5,000,000 and providing for a commission under
of Congress to direct Federal participation.
The
'President vetoed the original resolution because of both
control

these provisions.
A $3,000,000 appropriation is
under a bill approved by the House and Senate

The House

tion Committees.
to the Senate

appropriations for the fiscal year ending
30, 1938, for civil functions administered by the War
Department, containing a direct appropriation of $52,500,000
and earmarking a like amount from the $1,500,000,000 work
relief fund for flood control work.
The 'measure also appro¬

bill

Roosevelt said that

importance that the Senate give consideration to it
the present session."

tical

a

on

authorized
Appropria¬

July 19 passed and sent

bill which would permit articles

imported

countries for the purpose of exhibition at the
be admitted without payment of tariff.

from foreign
Fair to

Redrafted Wagner-Steagall Housing Bill Reported to Senator—Pro*
vides for Low Cost Housing and Elimination of Slums

priates $128,000,000 for rivers and harbors improvement.
Final congressional action on the measure was taken on

Calling for a Federal appropriation of $26,000,000, the
Wagner-Steagall housing bill was reported to the
United States Senate on July 23 by Senator Black, Chair¬
man of the Committee on Education and Labor.
The bill,

July 15 when the Senate adopted a conference report pre¬
viously approved by the House on July 9.
The conference

the elimination of slums, represents a

agreement had been reached by the conferees

on

July 7.

House Votes Six Administrative Aides for President—First Step in
.'

Program to Reorganize Government

*

The first of four House bills involving the

Administration's

Government

reorganization program, was passed by the
House on July 27.
The bill, which was passed by a vote of
260 to 88, authorizes the President to appoint six adminis¬
trative assistants at salaries of not more than $10,000 yearly,
who would perform such duties as the President may pre¬
scribe.

The

measure

has been sent to the Senate for action

by that body.
The three other House bills designed to
carry out the plan to reorganize the Government, cover
reorganization of the Comptroller General's office, the civil
service and the executive departments.
A single Senate bill
involving the program, was introduced in June by the late
Senator Robinson.
Congress Urging Extension of
Agreement to Conserve Oil and Gasr—Senate and
Approve Resolution

Message of President Roosevelt to
Interstate
House

In
velt

Roose¬
asked for the enactment of legislation to extend for
a message




to Congress, dated July 19, President

revised

the object of

which is to provide for low cost housing and

redraft of the original

Wagner bill, and is said to meet the views

of the President

Department with respect to the lowering
of costs which the legislation would impose upon the govern¬
ment.
A National Housing Authority, created under the

and the Treasury

bill, would make loans and grants to State and local hous¬
ing authorities.
Besides the $26,000,000 appropriation for
the first year, provision is made for the issuance of $700,000,000 in bonds over a three-year period.
From a Wash¬
ington account, July 23, to the New York "Journal of Com¬

merce"

we

quote:

The $26,000,000 appropriation
immediately made available includes
$1,000,000 to be available to the Treasury for subscription to the capital
stock of the

Authority.

The Authority is to be authorized by

the bill to

obligations amounting to $206,000,000 between now and July 1, 1938,
$250,000,000 the next year, and, $250,000,000 the third year, making a
total of $700,000,000 as against $1,000,000,000 provided originally.
, t

issue

Senate and House

Conferees Agree to Add

Maintenance Bill

The Senate

on

as

Tydings Retail Price

Rider to District of Columbia Tax

July 23 unanimously approved the

Bill

Miller-

Tydings Retail Price Maintenance Bill which was proposed
as a rider to the Emergency Tax Bill for the District
of

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Columbia.
and

the

Senate

bill;

The latter

Senate

the

Senate

said

was

passed by the House

was

District

Committee

July 2 attached

on

at

the

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June 18,

on

tax

its

with

measure

mend the

adoption by their respective Houses of the MillerTydings bill, said Washington advices of that date to the
York

"Journal

of

Commerce"

passage

which

added

of the measure, completely dis¬

Department to the price, maintenance legislation have not
met.
1

cery

In

July 31 passed the

on

so-called Wage and Hour Bill, under which is created a
Labor Standard Board of five members which would be
empowered to fix a minimum hour wage at not to exceec
40 cents an hour, and to determine
upon a

Court

1

a

strike

the

maximum hour

is

illegal because its

company to operate a closed

dustry. Under the pending House bill, as amended in Com¬
mittee, the Board has authority to fix minimum wages ai
not to exceed 70 cents an
hour, while maximum hours per

as

as low as 35 hours.
The Administra¬
tion's child labor provisions were stricken out of the Senate
bill and replaced
by the Wheeler-Johnson Child Labor bil

governing child labor—these provisions barring shipment o:
child labor goods into a State in violation of the laws of tha
State, in addition to prohibiting such shipments from inter¬
state commerce.
on

Education and Labor

July

on

favorably reported the* Administration's
bill

to

provide maximum

hours

(BlackConnery)
minimum wages in

and

The House Labor Committee began consideration of the

voted

on

Retail store employees would be subject
under a change to this effect
July 21 by the House committee. On July 28 Sen¬

Vandenberg criticized the National Labor Relations Act

and offered amendments to that Act
and

hour$ bill.

as a

rider for the wages

Senator Wagner, however, persuaded Mr.

Vandenberg to drop the rider for the sake of

progress.
On
July 30 the Senate voted to eliminate from the bill all em¬
ployers of 10 or less persons.
It also approved an amend¬
ment to exempt from the hour provisions of the bill em¬
ployees of trucking concerns whose hours are regulated by

the

Motor

Carriers Act.

The

exemption was likewise ex¬
transport concerns whose hours

tended to employees of air
fixed by the Railroad

are

The enactment

main

Labor

of the bill

Act.

by the Senate

"Three

higher

of the Federation after word had
spread in the Senate that
and other leaders wished its recommitment for further

he

Regarding

amendment

an

July 28 by the House

on

Committee, Washington advices to the New

York

"Times" said:
The House Labor Committee voted 8 to 7 to
adopt an amendment offered
by Representative "Wood of Missouri broadening the scope of the

Mr.

proposal.

Wood is President

Where
Board

the

to

Wood

Senate

prescribe

amendment

and

"

of the

bill

Missouri Federation

would

minimum

would

»«•

V ;

Committee

wages

permit

the

permit

a

in

not

excess

from

range

of

Labor.

proposed

that

1

\

11

,i

Favorably

The House Committee

nental

of

40c.

40c.

to

70c.

iHr J

1

r

11

"v

L

g

i

*

hour,

an

The

the

Agriculture

ure,

areas

United

imposing
in

.

supplying the

States.

sugar

On July

the

July 2 favorably

market of the conti¬

15 the House Rules Com¬
The

meas¬

tax of $05,000,000 annually on sugar
United States, is designed to supplant

a

con¬

the

Amended AAA Upheld by United

a

States Circuit Court of
Appeals at San Francisco

The amended

Agricultural Adjustment Act; was upheld
July 22 by the United States Circuit Court of Appeals at
San Francisco.
The opinion written by
Judge William
Denman, and concurred in by Judge Bert Emory Haney,
held that Congress had not handed over its powers to
Secretary of Agriculture Wallace, but had merely made him
its agent in carrying out its directions.
According to the
San Francisco "Chronicle" of July 23 decision after
decision,
including the United States Supreme Court rulings in the
Schecter "sick chicken" case, invalidating the NIRA, and
the Jones & Laughlin case, upholding the National Labor
Relations Board, are cited by Judge Denman.
on




Illegal, According to
Court of Los Angeles

to Unionize Establishment

Associated Press advices state that the court held
that no labor dispute existed between employer and em¬

ployees and that pickets were established for the sole pur¬
of inducing the company to employ only members of
the protesting union or to force employees to join the union.

pose

Wisconsin "Little TVA" Bill Signed by Governor La Follette

The Wisconsin

Development Authority bill, known

as

the

"Little TVA" bill, was signed by Governor La Follette of
Wisconsin on July 1.
The measure, it is said, embarks the

State upon a broad program of public utility ownership.
According to Associated Press advices from Madison.
July 1, Governor La Follette stated that the three purposes
of the law are to provide an agency to coordinate the 85
publicly-owned utilities in the State, to expand rural elec¬
trification and to promote further public power develop¬
,sV

;

Operations

at

Steel Plants Nearing Normal— Youngstown Sheet &

Tube Co. Concludes Pact with C. I. O., Ending Strike-rReport
of Federal Mediation Board

'

'

,

During the past month steel mills in Ohio were operating
on

Sugar

Jones-Costigan Sugar Control and Domestic Allotment Act
which expires on Dec. 31 next.
It would also authorize the
payment of cash benefits to domestic producers who comply
with Federal production control regulations.
It was re¬
ported on July 9 that President Roosevelt is onnosed to
the provisions of the compromise bill.
Validity of

.

of Superior Judge Emmet H. Wilson at Los Angeles on
July 26. An injunction was granted by the coUrt prohibiting
the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen's
Union from picketing plants of the C. S. Smith Metropolitan
Market Co.1 of Los Angeles, Long Beach and Compton.

nearly normal basis as plants that had been affected
reopened and non-strikers returned to work

a

by

strikes

under

on

to

is illegal and unen¬
unlawful, all acts in
also unlawful."

JFThe picketing of a place of business for the Hole purpose
of forcing an employer to unionize his establishment is a
violation of the Federal bill of rights, according to a ruling

Senate

<

Reports Jones "Compromise**
Opposition to Bill

on

necessary

contract providing for the closed* shop
The object of the strike being

Standards

'*■' }'11 z1

mittee refused to grant a rule to the legislation.
sumed

.

strange that at this late day it should be

strike which has for its object the 'closed shop' is unlawful,

a

a

Judge Emmet of Superior

ment.

Labor

reported to the House the "compromise" Jones bill, to pro¬
vide a new quota system for the domestic and
foreign sugar

producing

it seems

Picketing of Plant

'

House

wages, recognition of the union (whatever that may mean) and the

forceable.

fixing a maximum work week of not less than 40 hours,
where the Wood amendment would authorize a level from 85 to 40
hours.
'

vogue and adopt the closed shop plan.
objects of the strike are stated in the defendants' affidavits—

repeat that

bill would permit

■<

of the strike is to compel the complainant to abandon the

closed shop; but it is insisted
by several of the union leaders that the
strike will be continued until the closed shop is accomplished.

urged by

was

Green, President of the American Federation of
Labor, whose views, it was pointed out in United Press
advices from Washington on July 30, clarified the
position

Labor

purpose

shop heretofore in

open

William

changes.

of the Vice-Chancellor.

"The primary object of the strike is the closed shop and hence unlawful,"
the Vice-Chancellor wrote.
"Defendants' affiants stress the fact that the

July 12,

on

to the provisions of the bill

ator

follows the conclusions

purpose is to compel the
shop and that therefore picket¬
From the same paper we quote

support thereof, including picketing, are

industry.
bill

ing in this strike is illegal.

"And

The Senate Committee

Sustains

investigation by the Commission.

week which could not be fixed below 40 hours for
any in¬

week could be fixed

Orleans

ruling in which he recorded his oral ban of the previ¬
ous week against
picketing at the plaht of the International
Ticket Co. in
Newark, Vice-Chancellor Berry, in the Chan¬
cery Court, on July 20 held that labor contracts providing
for closed
shops are "illegal and unenforceable."
Accord¬
ing to the Newark "News" the Vice-Chancellor ruled that

Senate Passes Wage and Hour Bill

vote of 56 to 28 the Senate

New

Labor Contracts Providing for Closed
Shops "Illegal and Unenforceable" According to Vice-Chancellor
Berry in New Jersey Chan¬

been

a

under

sons

regarded opposition of the Administration and determined
to risk the possibility of a veto
by President Roosevelt.
It is also stated that objections voiced by the Treasury

By

at

by the United States District Court for the Southern Dis¬
trict of Florida in three cases involving the
rights of per¬

the

that

of Appeals

The

represent almost a complete revi¬
sion of the House bill. On July 29 Senate and House con¬
ferees on the District of Columbia tax bill agreed to recom¬

New

Court

Securities and Exchange Commission announced on
July 23 that the United States Circuit Court of Appeals at
New Orleans had
upheld the right of the SEC to subpoena
telegraph companies to submit copies of telegrams sent or
received by persons
relating to subject matter of SEC in¬
vestigations. In this decision the Court reversed a ruling

rider

time to

conferees, in urging

Circuit

SEC Right to Subpoena Telegrams in Connection with Official
Inquiries; '
' ' r1

/.fc

to the

reporting it

rider the price maintenance

as a

Committee's

in

3

the

guardsmen.
Sheet &
Tube Co. and representatives of the Committee for Indus¬
trial Organization reached an agreement ending the strike
in the company's plants at South Chicago and Indiana Har¬
bor, Ind. The agreement was concluded through the Inter¬
protection

of police

About the middle of the month

and

national

the Youngstown

mediation of Governor Townsend of Indiana.

On July 13

the Youngstown plants were opened, thus ending

the 47-day

steel strike which had affected four companies with plants
in

States.

seven

Resumption of work at the Youngstown plants was re¬
ported as follows in an Associated Press dispatch of July 13
from East Chicago, Ind.:
Controversy over

who had

"won"

the

strike abated little.

The com¬

reasserting its position that no agreement had been made with any
one, posted large signs at each gate.
They read:
"Notice—We have not made any agreement or contract with any official,
pany,

person

or

organization.

This plant is

which existed when work was

The headquarters
closed

on

open

for work

on

the conditions

stopped May 26, 1937."

of the C. I. O. at Massilon, Ohio, were

July 12 after a riot at the plant of the Republic

Steel Corp., when striking pickets battled police.
were killed and 15 were injured in the riot.
On July 14 a
nine

men

Federal Grand Jury at Cleveland indicted

for obstructing the mails at steel

,

plants in Ohio i

Representatives of the Department of
possible."
Associated Press advices of July 14 from Cleveland described
affected by strikes.

Justice said they would be tried "as speedily as
indictments as follows:

■

Two men

followed

indictments

The

deliveries

Wool Handlers in Boston End

Corp.

Republic officials

charged

0.

I.

0.

Committee,

Perkins made public

Labor

1

special report from the Federal Mediation Board which had
appointed to seek a settlement of the strike of em¬

In promulgating the re¬
port, Miss Perkins said that the C. I. O. is a "responsible"

ployees in four steel companies.

issue with Tom M. Girdler,
Corp., the Secretary quali¬
fied her statement by remarking that she did not mean that
certain individuals of the C. I. O. might not be irresponsible
at times.
She pointed out that the report of the Mediation
Board did not seek to place blame for failure to end the
taking

While

union.

and a 40-hour week, but con¬
closed shop, upon the condition that
there
be no discrimination
against the strikers.
The
strike, which is estimated to have cost the workers nearly

demands for a wage increase

a

been

labor

$30,000 in lost pay, resulted in an embargo against the Port
of Boston by several shipping lines who refused to handle
wool cargoes for Boston until the strike was settled.

Chairman of the Republic Steel

Fall River

the independent steel
companies for failure to negotiate with the Steel Workers
steel

it criticized

although

strike,

Organizing Committee.
report discussed in detail the claims of the C. I. O.
detailing the various conferences
^held in furtherance of the efforts of the Board to negotiate
The

of company officials,

and

a

settlement of the strike.

Strike Ended at American Smelting & Refining Co. Plant in Perth

Amboy, N. J.

Operations at the Perth Amboy, N. J., plant of the Amer¬
ican Smelting & Refining Co., halted on June 23 by a sitdown strike of union workers, were resumed on

workers returned to their jobs

the

under

a

July 6 when

one-year

agree¬

ment between the management of the company and officials

of the Smelting & Refining

Committee

1,500

employed at

are

strike

June 23

on

Workers Union, affiliate of the
Organization.
Approximately

Industrial

for

as

demand for

a

increase and union recognition.
which

The workers went on
a 20% wage

the plant.
result of

a

As to the settlement under

they returned to work we

take the following from

Associated Press dispatch from Perth Amboy, July 6:

an

Under

plant continues

an

as

open

shop, but the company

Smelting & Refining Workers Union

for all the 1,500 employees.

agency

unskilled

workers

for

rate

the

it

nizes the

skilled

iy2c.

hour

an

semi-skilled

and

Wage increases raised the

$5

to

for

eight-hour

an

employees "in

recog¬

the collective bargaining

as

rate

for

and

day,

the

fair proportion."

as Sole Bargaining Agent by
Philadelphia Rapid Transit Co.

As

the result of an election held recently at the order
Mayor S. Davis Wilson of Philadelphia, the Philadelphia
Rapid Transit Co. on July 15 notified the P. R. T. Em¬

ployees Union that the company would recognize it as the
sole bargaining agent for the 9,300 workers.
The election
been

men,

held

6,551

July 9, at which the Employees Union

on

votes;

the Brotherhood

of Railroad

Train¬

1,067; the Transport Workers Union, affiliate of the

Committee for Industrial Organization, 272, and the Amal¬
gamated Association of Street and Electric Railway Em¬

ployees, affiliate of the American Federation of Labor, 220.
The three defeated

unions

have

appealed to the National

Labor Relations Board to conduct

an

election.

They have

charged that the Employees Union is a company body. The
unions had sought to prevent the holding of the election
ordered by Mayor Wilson.
Union

Workers End Seven-Week Strike at Plants of Aluminum Co.
of America in Alcoa, Tenn.

The seven-week
Aluminum Co.

strikers,
turned

strike at the Alcoa,

Tenn., pjants of the

America

of

on

members

to

of

the

ended

was

Aluminum

July 11 and the

Workers

Union,

re¬

their

jobs during the week.
The company em¬
ploys a force of 5,200.
The strike was started on May 18
when 3,000 workers walked out in demand for elimination of
an

18c.

at

Alcoa

wage

hour

an

and

differential between the company's

New

differential

plants

Kensington, Pa.

now

strikers voted almost

It is stated that the
amounts to about 15c. an hour.
The

unanimously

July 11 to return to
work at the Alcoa mill.
This action was hastened by an
appeal from William Green, President of the American Fed¬
eration of Labor.

mills, and these
non-union

on

The strike had forced the closing of the

were

workers

reopened

entered

on

July 8 when some of the

the

plants.
On the preceding
day two men were killed, 20 were shot, and many were
injured in a fight between strikers and police outside the
gates of the plant.
had been called.
Garment

Workers

Order

New

in

York

finally restored after troops
Return

to

Work

Under New

Approximately 35,000 ladies' cloak and suit makers in
than 1,500 shops in the
metropolitan area of New
York, who went on strike July 8, resumed work on July 13
following the signing, July 12, of agreements between

more

makers

of several
Joint

ence

both
eral
wage

employer organizations and the Cloak-

Board

Workers Union.

of the

The

International

agreements

were

Ladies'

Garment

signed in "the pres¬

of

Mayor LaGuardia of New York, who commended
in affecting the settlement and averting a gen¬
strike in the industry.
The new agreements provide
sides

increases

annually.




for

the

1

(

of the New York New Haven & Hartford

trustees

22 petitioned the Federal District Court
Conn., for permission to abandon the Fall
River and New Haven steamship lines.
This action fol¬
lowed a "sit-down" strike by 200 members of the steamer
Commonwealth.
Officials of the line had planned to aban¬
don the 90-year-old Fall River-New York service at the
end of the summer, but their action was hastened by the
strike of crew members.
The line suspended operations on
July 18.
On July 27 Judge Hincks, in the Federal Court
at New Haven, granted a petition of the trustees of the
New York New Haven & Hartford RR. to abandon the
RR.

on

July

in New Haven,

operation of Fall River and New Haven
Settlement of

^Strike

at

Steamship Lines.

Plant of Apex Hosiery Co. in

Philadelphia

Agreement for the settlement of the 12-weeks' strike at
the plant of the Apex Hosiery Co. in Philadelphia was reached
on July 29, following an all-night conference led by Assistant
Secretary of Labor Edward F. McGrady.
The agreement,

it is stated, is based on a

compromise of

shop issue, which precipitated the strike.
Ac¬
cording to the Philadelphia "Inquirer" of July 30, the terms
whereby settlement of the strike was effected provide among
other things the following:
v ■
The union, Branch 1 of the Committee for Industrial Organization—
the closed

affiliate American Federation of Hosiery

Workers—is to be the sole bargain¬

with the check-off system of dues collections
for those who sign authorization cards.
The mill will operate on an open-shop basis for a period of at least
seven months.
After that time, if the union can demonstrate it has a
ing agency for its members,

of the employees as members, a

accepting all workers as

closed shop system
members.

"Inquirer" states that the company did not agree to
damage suit against the union, it
was learned, but it was reported to be tacitly understood the
case will not be vigorously pressed.
The

withdraw its $3,000,000

Trucks in Buffalo End Striker—Walkout
Packers Continues

Drivers of Food

of Meat

eight-day strike of truck drivers in Buffalo, which had
city's food supply, ended on July 29 after
July 28, unanimously ratified a compromise
contract reached with wholesale grocery merchants.
The
strike, which had tied up the city's supply of butter, eggs,
canned goods and other staple foodstuffs, was participated
in by about 1,000 drivers.
Another strike in Buffalo is threatening an acute meat
An

threatened that
the drivers, on

shortage in that city.
This is the strike of over 1,200 pack¬
ing house employees, which on Aug. 1 had entered its
twelfth day.
The strikers are seeking wage increases ranging
up to 25%, improved working conditions, and recognition of
the Committee for Industrial

Organization as exclusive bar¬

The following regarding the agreement which
ended the strike of truck drivers is from Buffalo advices ot

gaining agent.

July 28 reported by the Associated Press:
The compromise

all employees who

5% pay increases for
1, a $25.20
half pay for
one-week vacations with pay.
Minima for skiUed
65 cents an hour for truck drivers and 62 Jf cents an

provided a modified closed shop,

have not been advanced since last; March
a 48-hour week, time and a

minimum for unskilled workers,

overtime work, and

workers

were set

at

hour for helpers.
"It is a fair and just
man

contract," said the Rev. John

of the New York State Labor Relations

home here as a special mediator

P. Boland, Chair¬
back to his

Board, who came

in the strike.

Packing Co.—'Plants
Strike Ends

Wage Increase Given Workers of Phillips
Cambridge, Md., Reopen as

in

signed on July 23 by Albanus Phillips,
Phillips Packing Co., Cambridge, Md.,
wages of employees of the company are increased to the
"minimum wages paid under the National Industrial Re¬
covery Act," it was reported by the Associated Press in
advices from Cambridge, July 23.
The contract also pro¬
vides for recognition of the Cambridge Workers' Association,
Under

President

a

contract

of the

t

was

Agreement

officials

Members

The

will be instituted, the union

of

received

tine Suspends Steamship Service and AskslCourtjAuthorIt permanentlyf Fottpwin# Sit~Down Strikefyy

ity to End

substantial majority

Employees* Union Recognized

had

which had virtually tied up movement of wool

Port of Boston, ended on July 9 when union repre^
sentatives signed an agreement with the Boston Wool
Trade Association.
The union won for the workers their

ceded the demand for a

July

on

Boston,

in the

lines.

danger in passing picket

of

in

Three-Week Strike

strike of approximately 700 wool handlers

A three-week

would not subject its employees

position with the assertion the department

'Secretary

Steel

intended for delivery at the plants.
The
which made a preliminary investigation,
Postmaster General W. W. Howes uphold the department's

Office

Assistant

heard

Republic

mail

"censoring"

Post

Senate

plants.

strike-affected

to

were

men

between

controversy

a

Department, which refused to make other than "normal"

and the Post Office

to

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MONTHLY

4

workers,

estimated

at

$5,000,000

Inc.,

as

formed during

a

strike, as the sole col¬
the workers. The strike,
had forced the closing of the

recent

agency for
which had started on June 22,

lective-bargaining

company's packing and can manufacturing plants.
As a result of the contract signed July 23 the can manu¬
facturing plant reopened on July 24; the packing plant had
reopened on July 9 following the granting of a 10% wage
increase to the plant's workers.
Mr. Phillips explained on
July 23 that the wage increase under the contract signed that
day will result in "a substantial increase to the can-plant
workers and to some of the workers in the packing plants.
Other

points of the agreement, which

will remain in effect

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February, 1938,

summarized

were

as

That the company will reemploy
as

openings

all former workers without discrimina¬

are

That the plant will not operate on Saturday afternoon except In
of emergencies.

>;V

.

That there will be

no

^

strikes

or

■:

y.

.

event

walkouts during time of the agreement

and that disputes which cannot be settled otherwise will be referred to a

board of arbitration.
That the company will deduct from workers' pay dues of the association
upon written authorization of the individual workers.

The advices continued:

In six months of negotiations prior to the strike the full demands of five

culinary unions were met by the owners and later were extended to chamber¬
maids, elevator operators and bellboys. But they were not granted to the
"confidential employees."
.

.

.

a settlement reached with

the six striking unions Monday

night the conditions under which the strikers
""

return to work are:

1. Arbitration of the work week.
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2. A shorter work week than the normal 48 hour basis to
the award is made.

of strike the unions lost absolute

assurance

of the

40 hour week; accepted a modified version of the union
shop clause but

recognition for about 75 of the originally disputed
48 of whom are members of the Hotel Employees Union.

won

|t. Front office clerks

150 employees,

SI

New Financial

Arrangements
two

v

'

'

V
.

financial

contemplates United States gold sales to Brazil
to $60,000,000, and exchange equilibrium is to be safe¬
additionally through making dollars available to

up

guarded

Brazil "under conditions which
safeguard the interests of
both countries."
The Brazilian desire to establish a central
reserve
system is to be fostered by American technical
assistance.
On the question of Brazilian-American trade a

issued

was

by

Senor

Brazil

and

the

Souza Costa and

de

It

agreed, accord¬
that the reciprocal trade pact

to the announcement,

between

was

United

States be based upon the
Some minor complementary
necessary to safeguard the existing

most-favored-nation principle.
measures

held

were

trade

accord

some

other

"in

view

of

the

form

of

trading pursued by

Protection

countries."

is

to

be accorded the

principles and benefits of the existing treaty "against out¬
side
competition that is directly subsidized by govern¬
ments."
In press reports from Washington it was made

quite clear that the expansion

of German barter trading
understanding.
Nor was the
hint neglected in the
Reich, for a statement was issued in
Berlin on July 19 in which the new Rio-Washington accord
with

Brazil

occasioned

this

criticized sharply.

was

World Economic Study

'

Leopold III, King of the Belgians, sent an onen letter
on July 23 to hisPremier, Dr. Paul van Zeeland, which
indicates that every effort is being made in Europe to
salvage something from the conversations undertaken with
regard to world economic problems by Dr. van Zeeland at

the course of his studies.
sented

It was accepted that this repre¬
cautious approach to another world economic con¬

a

ference, but the likelihood of such

a conference being held
the early future is not great.
Suggestions have been
heard from many quarters, in recent years, that Mr. Roose¬

in

the

overcome

delegates
These

were

anxieties

which

he

fostered

when

our

recalled from the London conference in 1933.

suggestions

generally that the President

were

initiative and

call

general conference

a

and trade matters, but nothing

Treaties

The

Belgian Premier, who is one of the best-informed economists
of the world, conferred with United States and German
officials, as well as those of Great Britain and France, in

the

completed in Washington during July

were

cial section

velt

recognized, but inside office help, such as book¬
stenographers,
auditors and the "white collar" workers are
are

excluded from terms of the agreement.

for

.

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the invitation of the British and French Governments.
prevail until

3. Preference of employment for five culinary unions, comprising chefs,
bartenders, cooks' helpers, dishwashers and waiters.
4. Recognition of approximately 50%
of the disputed "confidential
employees."
5. A modified union shop.
6. Arbitration of wages along^Jwith hours.
Hence in 90 days

peculiar

ing

Hotel managers identified these employees as "confidential employees"
and said they should not be included
among the hotel "workers."

keepers,

.

completed with Brazil on July 15 may be
have considerably more significance than the
financial understanding with China.
The finan¬

Secretary of State Cordell Hull.

An 89-day strike of 3,200 workers in 19 of San Francisco's
largest hotels was terminated on July 28 and the hotels,
closed during the dispute, reopened on July 30.
The strike,
which began on May 1, is said to be the
longest hotel strike
in history.
It is stated that the strike involved a loss to the
hotel owners of approximately $8,000,000.
The strike had
been ordered by the Joint Board of
Culinary Workers and
Bartenders after the hotel owners had refused to recognize
the hotel employees' union, local 283, as the collective
bargaining agency for some 150 clerks and clerical employees,
said a dispatch from San Francisco,
July 30, by the United

jfc On the basis of

V''

to

joint statement

Hotel* in San Francisco Reopen as 89-Day Strike Ends—3,200
Return to Work

Press.

•

;. ■:•'•.•

accords

assumed

found except those who "were guilty of acts of violence
while the plants were Closed."
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take

monetary
In these circum¬

developed.

on

Great Britain and France hit upon the happy ex¬

stances

curious

pedient

similarity of reflecting means for reduction by the United
States Treasury of its gold accumulations in the Inactive
Gold Fund, which hovered around $1,200,000,000.
The first

ground.

of these accords was made with

be drawn from the

new

versations

between

treaties,

which

have

the

China, after lengthy

Chinese Finance Minister

H.

con¬

H.

of inviting

Just as Dr.

of

a

the

Belgian

Zeeland

van

was

Premier

to

about to embark

discussions, King Leopold made public

announced

great economic questions facing mankind.

joint statement

a

of

on

the

previous

made available

accord wherever

July

10, this treaty
slightly revised form

United

States

in exchange for Chinese silver.

zilian

treaty announced on July 15,
Morgenthau with Brazil's Finance

was

gold

was

The Bra¬

arranged by Mr.

Minister, Arthur de
Souza Costa, and it was accompanied by another
pact relat¬
ing to the trade problems of the United States and Brazil.
The financial portion of this general
for sales of gold by the United States

understanding calls
Treasury to Brazil,

in amounts up to

$60,000,000. It appeared that such sales
connected with the Brazilian desire to establish a cen¬

are

tral

banking system, but a little mystification is
the additional statement that the gold is to

reserve

caused

by

to

the
me

being.

which the Treasury is faced.
The statement covering the
indicates

would
lines

that

take

They do,

further

place

on

Chinese-United

progress

an

States pact

in

monetary cooperation
expanded scale, much along the

of the agreement reached

in

of

of

a

the

The conclusion

that the letter reflected the

world

from

the talks of

his

Premier.

essential," he said, "to create

economic

I

to minimize slightly the gold problem -with

study

studies

whose

value

would

"It

seems

organization for

an

be

assured

by

the

triple virtues of universality, permanence and independence.
Continuous adaptation to the constantly changing economic
factors would be the object of the institution's studies.
If
we wish to avert war and bring mankind back to
pacific
feelings, we must have the courage to face the economic
problem as a whole and find solutions for the great and
threatening questions of the distribution of raw materials,
means of exchange, the international division of labor and
the

serve

for

keen desire of the monarch to gain at least some benefits
for

remain in the United States.

however,

and independent institution

drawn in many quarters

was

a

Whether these pacts initiate
series of similar accords with other countries is a
matter
on which no light is available, for the time

the task

letter to his Premier suggesting the establishment

permanent

in

on

the

summarizing his conversations and the conclusions to

Kung
and Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau Jr.
As

appears to represent a continuance in

explore

'balance

am

between

industrial

and

agricultural

nations.

convinced that the moment is favorable, and that we

hope to find not merely the support of all govern¬
ments, but also the approval and backing of the great social,
religious and philanthropic bodies."
Some cautious words
of approval promptly were uttered in Washington and
London, which inakes it possible that such an organization

can

will

from

result

the

recent

studies

of

Dr.

van

Zeeland.

will

Secretary of State Cordell Hull praised the Belgian King's

modest variation, however, from the 1936
program
of direct United States Treasury purchases of
silver, with
China free to buy gold with the
proceeds.
The newest
accord calls simply for Treasury purchases of

letter and remarked that the suggestion accords with the
American desire for the dissemination of economic knowl¬

be

May, 1936.

Tliere

a

silver from

China, while China in turn is to effect gold purchases with
the funds thus realized.
Dollar exchange is to be

supplied

to China

for currency stabilization
purposes on a broader
formerly.
The two finance officers expressed
"great satisfaction" over the beneficial results of the
pro¬

scale

than

of monetary reforms and currency stabilization in
But the statement failed to disclose the
price to
be paid for Chinese silver, and also the
price which China
is to pay for gold, although the latter
figure doubtless will
be the $35 a fine ounce price which
gram

China.

No information

long has been prevalent.

made available regarding the
amounts
of the transfers.
Since China was free in any event
to
ship silver to the United States and to acquire dollar bal¬
ances in exchange, it was surmised
was

quite generally that
really had more, political than financial
sig¬
nificance, since it was announced just as the newest
Japa¬

the

nese

treaty

incursions

upon

northern Chinese territory started.

edge and a, full interchange of information.

Foreign Secre¬

tary Anthony Eden, speaking for the British Government,
expressed warm appreciation for the ideals which inspired
the communication.
Bank for International Settlements

Leading European central bankers gathered at Basle,
Switzerland, on July 12 for the usual meeting of the Bank
for International

Settlements, but it appears that little was
accomplished other than the usual exchange of views on
prominent matters of the day.
The informal exchanges of
views are held quite valuable, however, and they may well
exceed the

ordinary functions of the Bank in importance.

One item of favorable news, heard officially by the Board,
was to the effect that the Netherlands gold embargo had
been

raised,

and the practice

resumed in Amsterdam.

dispatch
field

of

of extending foreign loans
The informal talks, according to a

to the New York
and

finance

"Times," ranged

politics.

The

naturally aroused much interest but
:

over

French
no

surprise.

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6

generally agreed that any return flow of gold to France
would be unlikely to attain proportions to menace other
major

In

currencies.

instances the thought

two

or

one

appeared to prevail that Swiss or Dutch currencies might
feel the effect of the French change.
The opinion was
^

Minister, Georges Bon¬

voiced that the new French Finance
'

toward an eventual conversion of high coupon
rentes into lower interest obligations, much in the manner
effected in the United States and Great Britain in recent
looks

net,

removed or modified.

were

encum¬

The clearing

system adopted by France to insure German payment
and Young plan obligations also was allowed

of

Dawes

to

and the hope was expressed that the accords will
improve relations between Paris and Berlin.
There was
lapse,
much

and

times

at

concern

Austria

Reich contemplates

German relations with

regarding

Czechoslovakia,

but little indication that

the

early action that would impair the in¬

the; International Chamber of
Germany, from June 28 to

July 3, with 1,600 delegates in attendance from 40 leading
The sessions ended with the adoption of 25 resolu¬

London, to overcome some of the more obvious difficulties

'•

International Chamber of Commerce

Ninth

The

Commerce

of

Congress

at Berlin,

held

was

nations.

but they could hardly be called an unqualified suc¬

tions,

views differed widely as to the nature and causes
economic stress.
Political matters were injected into

cess, as

of

discussion

the

occasion, hut they failed to disturb the

on

German spokesmen pleaded for a return
of the colonies lost in the World War.
A British plea fol¬
lowed for a German guarantee of peace, on the possible

sessions

basis

unduly.

of

Great Britain and the United

gold loan from

a

States which would have the incidental effect of redistribut¬

Summing up the results of the gathering,
the Berlin correspondent of the New
York "Times" re¬
marked that
"in view of the world's growing political
ing some gold.

differences, business men have been as little able to

com¬

Such events were overshadowed by subsequent moves

European political

in

Eden

also reveal

immediate

a few generally
accepted
methods left vague.
The monetary resolution adopted by the Conference urged
system of international exchange at stable rates, in the

proclaimed

a

belief that there is

need for stabilization on

a

gold basis.

a

This document endorsed the principle of monetary
tion between
as

Great Britain,

coopera¬

and

extension

by

urged

was

last September,
consultation.
Cur¬

mutual

depreciation for purposes of international competition
reprehensible, but it was considered obvious
that some further adjustments of price levels and exchange
rency

termed

was

would

rates

official

have

be

to

Removal

made.

of

the

unofficial impediments to foreign

and

recommended.

A solution also

was

present

lending

was

urged for the problem

of "international debts of

was

urged,

reduction

matter of course,'in "present hindrances
international exchange of goods and migration."

the

to

a

as

a

Upon creditor nations, it was stated, a special duty devolves
payments by receiving from the world goods

to permit debt

and services in excess of their exports.

In

a

general resolu¬

tion dealing with world economic reconstruction, the govern¬
ments of the world were urged to mitigate their armaments

expenditures and

once

devote

more

economic

resources

to

the improvement of the lot of mankind.
Naval Competition

naval

accord

of

1936

could

continued

that,

new

battleships now under construction in the United
States.;
The
State Department
indicated
merely
that
is

not

universal

a

acceptance by

naval

Powers

which

necessitated the conclusion that
not be made to prevail.

could

of

Japan to keep
the

alteration

the

limit

of

gun

the

calibre

at

Washington
14

inches,"

14-inch limitation

a

Actually, the refusal of
first-line ships to 14 inches made
necessary,
and another severe defeat for

guns

on

naval

limitation was
occasioned
thereby.
Quantitative
limitation was obviated by the Japanese denunciation of
the Washington pact, and the field now is wide
open, as
between the major naval Powers.

Powers,

With regard to the lesser

developments

were less unfavorable last month.
Government announced on July 17 the signa¬
ture of treaties with Germany and Soviet
Russia, where-

The

British

under

relationships to the British

and agreements

tative

made to adhere to the

limitations

formation

on

fleet

of

the

London

building plans

were

now

established

useless

nuali-

pact.

Exchanges of in¬
provided for in the latest

are

accords.

But these treaties represent
only a modest gain,
since the main limitation of- the London
treaty now is dis¬
continued.
Although British authorities declared firmly
for a time that they would adhere to
the 14-inch
gun

on

battleships, regardless of

there

were

indications

Admiralty spokesmen
calibre

is receiving

in

the

July

admitted

actions
of

a

that

of

other

limit

Powers,

changing viewpoint.
the

close study.

question

of

gun

•

European Diplomacy

European political anxieties were not allayed
by the de¬
velopments in the Spanish civil war during
July nor by
the growing conflict in the Far East.
These events tended
to

restrain

the

diplomatists from sweeping enterprises in
but some modest steps nevertheless were
taken.
France and Germany signed on
July 10 agreements
covering trade and the system of payments between the
behalf

of

peace,




relations,

establish

country

has

patch

itself

up

highly successful.

conferred

at

The

comments

the

on

major

no

Eastern

shore

of

^

Anglo-Italian relations apparently

Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain

some

of contention

between

the

two

countries

are

said

to have

been

discussed, and it is significant that the Italian

gave

much space and high praise to the

in

also

was noted

length in London, July 28, with the
Ambassador, Count Din^ Grandi.
The main points

Italian

is

no

policy
The word "vendetta" has
a

(

This effort to
was

London

other

any

he remarked.

sea,

contrast with

press

This

occurrence.

the

long-continued embargo of British
applied by the controlled Italian press under orders

news

from

Premier

London

Mussolini.

On

Prime Minister

that

July 30 it became known
Chamberlain

effort to improve relations with

had

in

continued

Italy by dispatching

personal letter to Signor Mussolini.

lar,

for that

and

Contents

available,

but

dealt

it

reason

very

nificant.

of

was

the

was

The step was singu¬
regarded as most sig¬

communication

assumed

quite

were

made

not

generally that

they

with

outstanding problems of the two countries.
Meanwhile, exploratory moves again were made by the
British Government with a view to ascertaining the possi¬
bility of furthering the Western European peace pact
Inquiries as to methods wrere addressed to the French,
German, Belgian and Italian Governments.
Spanish Civil War
On

were

confirmed officially in Washington, on July 10, in the form
of a statement that 16-inch guns would be mounted on two

"there

equivalent,

H
be

not

Italian

that

assurance

pursuing toward

should

Power

Expectations that the qualitative limitations of the Lon¬
don

British and

applied by Mr. Eden to the Red Sea, and it
cardinal point in English diplomacy that

a

as

a

resolution

categorical

a

of

English

no

the

In another

term.

gave

were

debts

the

on

either of aggression or revenge.

political origin," but some reserva¬
tions were made to that phrase, owing to the possibility
that German authorities will try to include external private
under

The statement, as made July 19, had

repercussions

regard to the Mediterranean.
He stated calmly
forcibly that British interests in that sea will be de¬
fended without menacing the interests of others.
There is
ample room for all and free traffic through the Mediter¬
ranean must be preserved.
Continuing in this vein, Mr.

France and the United States

called for by the tripartite agreement of

a

but

Eden

merely

the

tude with

intention

spokesmen

of

one

which long have been delicate, and improvement apparently
followed.
Captain Eden outlined clearly the British atti¬

the economic differences between nations as the states¬

recommendations of aims, with

Foreign Secretary Anthony

of British Foreign relations, which
good deal of the essence of problems in odd

of the world.

corners

and

In framing the resolution the business

in

traditional accountings

pose

diplomats."

affairs.

the House of Commons in London

gave

men

/

trade

brances to

dependence of either small neighbor. The Swedish Foreign
Minister, Richard J. Sandler, visited Moscow early in July,
evidently to eipphasize the traditional desire for peace with
all nations that marks Swedish policy.1
v.-'

years.

;

countries, and in either case most of the depression

year,

19 the Spanish civil war was in progress one*
and neither the loyalists nor the insurgents had a suf¬
July

ficient advantage to insure early ending of the bloody and

costly conflict.

Moreover, predictions as to the outcome
obviously would have been futile, for the forces
appeared to be rather evenly matched, with the preponder¬
ance of man-power and industrial control in the hands of
the loyalists, while the insurgent forces of General Fran¬
cisco Franco continued to rely upon trained troops and the
open
support of Italy and Germany.
The question of
non-intervention was debated throughout July, with the
of the

war

usual scarcity of practical results.
Collapse of the non¬
intervention naval patrol was followed by partial collapse

of the land

patrol, and there is every reason to suppose that
are receiving at least some aid from France

the loyalists

and Russia, just as extensive assistance is being rendered
the rebels by Italy and the Reich.
More than ever, the war
in

Spain resembled a

major

conflict of

rival European

political systems, fought on Spanish soil.
With fascists and communists openly divided as
little comment has been

to Spain,

heard officially in London

on

the

But Foreign

war.

laration

on

Secretary Eden made an important dec¬
July 3, when he stated that the British Govern¬

ment could not remain indifferent "where British interests
are

concerned

trade

routes

on

that

the land or sea frontiers of Spain or the
pass

her by."

While this address was

being delivered, the London non-intervention group of 27
nations sought means for adjusting the problems occasioned

German and Italian withdrawals from the naval
Unwilling to continue the patrol, German and
Italian spokesmen objected also to assumption of the com¬
plete task by British and French naval units.
The fascist
representatives preferred to make some new demands for
the granting of belligerent rights to their favorite, General
Franco, and this complicated the position greatly.
After
protracted discussions, the non-intervention group decided
on July. 9 to turn the whole matter over to the British
Government for solution.
A compromise plan accordingly
was suggested on
July 14 by London, only one day after
by

the

patrol.

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MONTHLY

the French authorities suspended the land
patrol along

Franco-Spanish frontier
neutrality to its

own

and

the
preservation of

entrusted the

atmosphere

bel¬

The actual course of the discussion,

however# again reflects the complete unwillingness of many
countries to make non-intervention a reality,
A dispute
promptly developed as to whether withdrawal of troops
should precede or follow the
granting of -belligerent rights
to Franco.
On this matter the British Government circu¬
larized other nations, with a sharp cleavage the result.

in

progress

for

the tension
the
of

little.

a

Japanese spokesman
the difficulties

must

declared
be

made

that
with

condition for the withdrawal of troops.
the sympathies of the various

These

moves

reflect

countries, but they do not
advance non-intervention, and the
suspicion seems justified
that such really is the end sought, in some cases.
The

of the conflict reflected a rapid shifting of the
of war, with the rebel advances halted for the

course

fortunes

time being,

The

month

strides

in

Santander

and the loyalists making momentary progress.
of July opened with the rebels making vast
the Basque territory, where Bilbao1 fell and
threatened.

was

By July 5, however, the loyal¬

ists completed their preparations for the
lohg-rumored gen¬
eral offensive, and a wide attack was started to relieve
the city of Madrid.
Vigorous movements were started

It

The drive

was

continued with such force and skill that

the rebels hastily had to abandon their offensive
along the
coast of the Bay of Biscay, and concentrate on the Madrid
area.

The rebels were

forced to give ground,

and for

a

time it seemed that they might be caught in a vast
pincer
But General Franco rallied his men and
slowly
the tide of battle again turned, with the rebels

movement.

forcing the
loyalists back from some of their hard-won points of
vantage. The key town of Brunete, at the southern tip of
the loyalist salient, changed hands several
times, and late
in July remained in the possession of the
rebels, with the
entire front again settling into a dull duel of
artillery. Air¬
plane combat I took

place

on

perfectly enormous
with the loyalists plainly superior in the air.
J
a

China and Japan

scale,

is

fashion, and the
matter

a

of

pure guesswork.
At the end of July the
fighting spread to the Tientsin area, 80 miles east of Pei¬
ping, and a major conflict was regarded as a
possibility.
Airplanes rained bombs upon the native quarters of Tientsin

and

laid

waste

large part of the city.
Chinese troop
bombed, and the usual Japanese declara¬

a

.

Undeclared

war

Taged

through

much

of

the

month

of

July in northern China, where the Japanese militarists
started another of their series of
expansion moves at the
expense of the people and territory of China.
Fighting
started on July 7 near Peiping, where the

Japanese invad¬

ing force held

they had
blamed

the

a

series of night maneuvers in

an area where
Clashes occurred for which each side
and the actual circumstances remain

business.

no
.

other,

clouded and uncertain.

Japan merely

was

adventure, such

eignty

as

The fact seems to be,

seeking

a

added all

pretext for
of

however, that

another

Manchuria to

military

her

made

peared unwilling to accept the gage of battle cast by the
Japanese, and it seems clear that the latter thereupon
decided that the time

was

ripe for still another

maneuver

of encroachment upon northern China.
After sporadic fighting had been in

progress near

Peiping

week, the Japanese presented their usual series of
demands, and also referred vaguely to an agreement which
they declared had been negotiated by General Umetsu with
a

Chinese General.
This Ho-Umetsu agreement was
vio¬
lated by Chinese forces, according to the
Japanese, but the
Chinese claim no such agreement exists.
Its terms are a
matter of pure conjecture, so far as other nations
a

are

con¬

cerned, but it nevertheless served the Japanese aim of
a
general war of conquest in portions of China proper that
many Japanese spokesmen promised in the
past to respect.
The area of foreign troop maneuvers defined in
the Boxer
protocol was violated by the Japanese, and an international
aspect thus was given the entire matter.
But all indica¬
tions in London and Washington were to the effect
,

that

effect

that

all

"bandits" would

be

■

sions

that China would fight to the last man to
preserve
territory from further despoliation.
But late in July

her

of the most famous of Chinese divisions
was withdrawn
from Peiping, at the obvious behest of the
Japanese, and
one

the actual course of events remained obscure.
The fighting
continued.
Appeals were made on a number of occasions

by the British, French and United States Governments for
the preservation

fever

war

distant.

of peace

in the Far East.

The Japanese
and peace seemed to be far

mounted, however,
The

Diet

in

Tokio

voted

$30,000,000 for war expenses in
cheering of the representatives.

an

appropriation

of

amid strenuous

China,

Irish Election

General elections

were

held in Ireland

July 1, to decide

on

upon the new Constitution for the Irish Free State
proposed
by President Eamon de Valera and his Fianna Fail associ¬

ates, and to select representatives for the new unicameral
Legislature.
Results of this plebiscite justified
only in
part the contentions of Mr. de Valera that all of the Irish
Free

State

backed his Constitution and his ideas of
pro¬
The Constitution was approved
by a vote of

cedure.

686,042

to

528,296, but after all disputes as to the election were
adjusted it appeared that the Fianna Fail had lost
slightly
in

its

hold

upon

putting the

the

new

Charter into effect.

Legislature and might have
Not much

trouble
concern

was

expressed in England regarding the election, for the
London view of the Constitution is that no
great changes in
relations with the Irish Free State will be occasioned
a

united Ireland, as expressed

aspiration.
In the Dail, or
bicameral legislature, which was dissolved
on June 14, President de Valera and his
Fianna Fail group
had a small but definite
majority of members.
In the new
an

lower House of

Parliament, however, the Fianna Fail will have 69 seats,
or
precisely the number of all other parties combined,
making it possible that concessions will be found
to

insure

sufficient

necessary

for Fianna Fail measures.
of former President William T. Cosgrave obtained 48 seats, Laborites 13 seats, and
independent
members eight seats.
support

The Fine Gael party

Palestine Division

action to restrain the Japanese would be taken.
Indeed,
the neutrality legislation
recently passed by Congress
was not invoked, on the
interesting and oft-predicted plea
no

After

protracted

a

difficulties

Palestine,

that it actually would involve the United States in
the Far
Eastern conflict.
The legislation remains on the

statute

book, but the course of Far Eastern events
shabbiness

of the law and the

poor

a

major

and

sporadic

conflict,

in

the

Royal British

British

mandated

Commission issued

a

area

report

of
on

July 7 which suggested partitioning of the country in rough
approximation to the cultural elements.
The
report,

of

which the British Government
approves, calls for the estab¬
lishment of a small but relatively rich coastal
State for the

Jews, which would comprise about one-quarter of the
pres¬
ent

area

more

of

arid

Palestine.

Arabs

trans-Jordanian

would

State,

be

with

established
a

port

at

in

a

Jaffa.

Finally, the holy area of Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Nazareth
and other points would be kept under British
control.
The
lengthy findings take due account of minorities and their
disposition, immigration during the transitional period and
similar matters.
Although the report was supported fully
by the London Government, it aroused controversy
every¬
where, and it hastily was referred to the League of Nations
for study and debate.
A long period of study is
expected to
follow, and some London observers feel quite convinced that
the eventual decision will differ
materially from the pro¬
posals of the Royal Commission.
Meanwhile, the danger of
further clashes between Jews and Arabs remains.
Steel Trade—Non-Ferrous Metals

j "Enough

spotty

improvement

has

•

occurred

to convince
the steel trade that the bottom of the midsummer recession
has been reached," stated the "Iron Age" in its issue of

July 29.

This publication continued, in part,

"There has been

as

follows:

with

at

first, it
airplanes.

no

pronounced reversal of the recent down¬

ward trend in new

I

Although fighting was modest




had exposed

basis upon which

it was enacted.

developed into

now

study of the religious and political

encountered

a

even

rapidly

the

Peiping-Tientsin region.
Generalissimo
Chiang Kai-shek, who controls the Nanking Nationalist
Government of China, declared
categorically on several occa¬

on

ap¬

the

to

sover¬

the basis of the puppet-State of Manchukuo.
In
June a test of sentiment occurred
along the Amur River,
which divides Manchukuo and Siberia.
The Russians

for

were

were

tions

also

thereby. Nor is the aim of
in the document, more than

,

!

the

obvious that parleys were
proceeding in typical Ori¬
actual course of such conferences

was

ental

against the rebels in Central, Eastern and Northern Spain,
and some important gains
quickly were made by the loyal¬
ists.

of

regime preferred to concentrate large masses
troops in contiguous areas, and the fighting continued.

of

cleared out of the

Italy, acting in their usual concert, maintained that
belligerent rights to the rebels must be established as a

settlement

officials

Nationalist

drawal of foreign troops must
precede the rights.
and

local

a

the

Japanese instigated and controlled Hopei-Chahar political
council. This is a favorite device of the
Japanese for sever¬
ing vast areas from Chinese sovereignty.
The Nanking

trains

Germany

was

the

divisions from Japan to China,
battalions departed for the Asian

army

Russia objected firmly to the
granting of belligerent rights
to the rebel general, while France maintained the with¬

|

especially tense,
dispatch of fresh
Actually, only a few
Continent, which relieved
When the fighting was well under way,

arrangements

v

ligerent rights to General Franco, but only after unanimous
approval by the Non-intervention Committee of a complete
withdrawal from Spain of all foreigners engaged in fighting
on either side.
The naval patrol would be suspended, but
it was stipulated that neutral observers must 'be stationed
in all ports of Spain to insure the same
end.; J Land control
would continue,
and air control would receive further
study, under this compromise proposal, which immediately
was
praised highly in all countries and accepted as a

7

tanks and all other
equipment of modern mechanized armies
in use.
In mid-July the
with

officials.

Under the British scheme, it was proposed to grant

"basis for discussion."

BEVIEW

business, except in the Chicago district,

where the first influences

of abundant farm crops at high

prices are more in evidence than in the

areas

farther east.

!

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8
The

equipment industries is outstanding.
is not yet buying heavily for 1938

activity in farm

REVIEW
is swinging into the

production

:f' "Shoe

although

initial

fall run

orders are

in

below

an

The automobile industry

encouraging

models, but

additional steel business from that source is
expected within a few weeks.
Steel production, which had
been affected by holiday and vacation shutdowns, is in a
contraseasonal advance, although there may be downward

year ago.

adjustments before the fall

point to a new high total since output for the first six
months ran 18% above a year ago.
Although y the warm
weather in July aided the liquidation of most lines of whites
and retail sales are reported substantially ahead of the first
half of last year, jobbers are believed to have a moderate

buying movement gets into full

The announcement on July 20 by the CarnegieIllinois Steel Corp. of continuance of present prices on its

swing."

products through the fourth quarter was followed by a
similar announcement from the American Steel & Wire Co.
r;

and a number of

independent companies.

All of the major

affected by strikes are again reported
to be in operation.
Steel scrap, after declining to $17.08 a
gross ton (as of June 15), or to the lowest price for the
current year, showed an improvement in each of the four
weeks of last month, the quotation increasing as follows:
On July 6 to* $17.42; on July 13 to $18.50; on July 20 to
$19.17, and on July 27 to $20.08: this last figure com¬
pares with $13.67 a gross ton at the close of July of last
steel units that were

composite prices of finished steel
unchanged, the former at 2.605c. a
■pound and the latter at $23.25 a gross ton, which compares
with 2.159c. and $18.84, respectively, at July 28, 1936.
The operating rate of steel companies having approxi¬
mately 98% of the steel capacity of the industry, according
to the American Iron and Steel Institute, was estimated at
the rate of 84.3% for the week beginning July 26 as com¬
pared with 82.5% for the preceding week, 82.7% for the
week beginning July 12,
67.3% for the week beginning
July 5, and 75.0% for the week beginning June 28.
Opera¬
tions at the close of July last year were reported to be at
"Iron Age"
and pig iron continued

■year.

The

capacity.
metals, "Metal and Mineral Mar¬
kets" during the month reported in substance as follows:
"Demand for non-ferrous metals was active and the under¬
tone was firm to strong in nearly all directions, while in¬
the rate of 71.5% of

As to the non-ferrous

the

manner,

a

While shoe output this fall will not likely attain
record levels of last spring,> prospects for the full year

of staple lines attributed to speculative purchases
These inventories have exerted a retarding in¬
fluence on the placing of new orders.
Furthermore, the
fact that stocks cannot be replaced von a dollar-for-dollar
basis is encouraging the holding of shoes for higher prices.
In consequence, abnormally large re-orders for November
and December production may be necessary.
"The future trend of retail prices of footwear is obscure.

carryover

last winter.

Manufacturers point
vance.

:v'/

out that higher costs justify an ad¬

At the same time, however, a number of firms are

ordering a less expensive type of leather so as to enable
them

in the low price bracket.
This
doubt as to the public's

to keep their shoes

would indicate that there was some

willingness or

ability to pay much higher prices.
operated steadily against a moderate back¬

"Tanners have

In reflection of

log of orders.

Sole prices have been firm.

the continued

style demand for suedes there has been a

vigorous demand for kid and splits
calf leather has declined at

while trading in grain

the safrifice of the wide price

differential previously enjoyed over sole leather.
"For several weeks the tanners remained out of the hide
market, preferring to pursue a

Waiting' race against the

packers, who were firmly holding out for higher prices.
The gradual depletion of their raw stock inventories finally
forced the tanners to give ground, and a large volume of
hides

changed hands at materially higher quotations.

ducers of

sonal

Pro¬

specialty leathers also have come in for their sea¬

requirements of good quality summer hides.
This
demand, coupled with a return to normal stocks

quiry was good, considering the season of the year.
Do¬
mestic sales of copper for the week ended July 28 amounted

increased

compared with 9,317 tons in the preceding
week, 11,881 tons in the week ended July 14, and 10,802
tons in the first seven days of the month.
Sales of lead
totaled 10,200 tons in the week ended July 28, 9,900 tons
in the previous week, 7,450 tons in the week ended July 14,
and 5,250 tons in the week ended July 7.
Sales of zinc
amounted to approximately 12,000 tons in the week ended
July 28." Prices for copper and lead again were unchanged,
these metals being quoted throughout the month at 14.00c.,
Valley, and 6.00c., New York, respectively.
Zinc at New
York increased on July 12 to 7.35c., the first price change
since April 21, when quotations were established at the
7.10c. level.
Tin at New York, after touching 60.37%c. on
July 20, closed on July 30 at 58.50c., which compares with
56.62%C. at June 30.

forced hide prices up to

to 13,118 tons, as

Lumber Movement

The lumber industry

during the week ended July 24,

1937,

of the 1929 weekly average of production
and 74% of 1929 shipments, according to reports to the
National Lumber Manufacturers Association from regional
stood

at

80%

associations covering operations
softwood

mills.

of important hardwood and

Reported production showed some reces¬

week and shipments were slightly
business booked was heavier.
All items
figures for the same week in
1936.
National production reported for the week ended
July 24, 1937, by 5% fewer mills, was 6% less, shipments
3% less, and new orders 5% above the same figures for the
preceding week.
Production in the July 24 week was
shown by mills reporting for both 1937 and 1936 as 11%
above, shipments 15% above, and new orders 7% above
sion from the preceding

less, while
exceeded

new

the corresponding

those of the 1936 week.

531 mills re¬
ported production of 278,308,000 feet of hardwoods and
softwoods combined; shipments of 249,664,000 feet, and new
business amounting to 229,119,000 feet.
For the preceding
week 557 mills produced 296,248,000 feet, shipped 257,188,000
feet, and received orders for 217,845,000 feet.
For the
week ended July 10 reports from 573 mills showed a total
output of 247,021,000 feet, shipments of 207,455,000 feet,
and orders 'booked amounting to 197,468,000 feet.
For the
week ended July 3 a total of 553 mills produced 253,986,000
feet, shipped 262,361,000 feet, and booked orders for
During the week ended July 24 a total of

225,060,000 feet.
All regions except Southern pine reported orders below
.

production during the week ended July 24, 1937.
All but
West Coast, California redwood and Northern hardwoods
reported shipments below production.
Southern pine, West
Coast and redwood were the only regions to report orders
above those of the corresponding week of last year.
All
softwood groups reported shipments1 above last year except
Northern pine.
Hardwood regions showed lower orders
than last year.

hardwoods

All regions but Southern pine

production

reported

above

arid Northern

the corresponding

in

packers' hands and prospects of a smaller slaughter, has
the highest level in eight years."
-

Grains

developments was the dominant
factor in domestic wheat markets during the past month.
Wide fluctuations occurred as sentiment veered in response
to favorable and unfavorable news in connection with crop
Sensitiveness

to

crop

prospects.
Prices advanced sharply during the early part
month, after which they turned around and declined.
Stimulated by continued drought in the Western Provinces

of the

spread of rust in various
United States wheat belts, offerings were
light and buying active during the early part of the month.
The Canadian crop disaster will no doubt have an im¬
of Canada

part

of

and by reports of the

the

well as world supply and
demand factors.
Largely as a result of the severe drought
in Saskatchewan, yields have been reduced to such an
extent that some estimates of the prospective Canadian
crop have been marked down to as low as 150,000,000 bush¬
els.
Should such low estimates finally materialize, Canada,
this year, will raise one of the smallest crops in history.
Black rust, drought and heat were also said to have inflicted
further damage in sections of the United States winter
and spring wheat belts.
Attention was paid even to reports
of too dry weather in the Argentine, which country's next
crop is still nearly six months off.
During the latter part
of the month, beneficial rains occurred in many of the
drought-stricken areas both in the United States and Can¬
ada, while less was heard about the spread of rust.
This
turn of events prompted heavy realizing, under which prices
reacted.
Furthermore, the constant pressure of the winter
wheat movement helped the decline.
On July 9 the Fed¬
eral Crop Reporting Board estimated the total 1937 United
States wheat crop at 882,287,000 bushels, or the largest
yield since 1931 and slightly above the 1928-32 average of
864,532,000 bushels.
The official forecast indicated 663,641,000 bushels of winter wheat and 218,646,000 bushels of
spring wheat. It is claimed, however, that there is a possi¬
bility of the final yield of spring wheat, at least, not
equaling the government's July prediction. Corn fluctuated
very erratically during the month and developed decided
weakness during the latter part.
Oats arid rye, for the
most part, moved downward during the entire month.
Sell¬
ing of the coarse grains was stimulated by favorable crop
conditions and easiness of the spot markets.
In Chicago
the September option for wheat closed on July 31 at 116%c.
as against
an opening price of 121^4 c. on July 1.
At
Winnipeg the October wheat option closed on July 31 at
132c. as against an opening of 135%c. on July 2 (holiday in
Canada on July 1—Dominion Day).
September corn in
Chicago closed on July 31 at 92c. compared with an opening
of 111c. on July 1.
September oats closed at 29%c. against
an
opening of 38%c.
September rye closed at 80^4c. as
compared with the opening of 88%c. on July 1.
portant bearing on domestic, as

,

Sugar

1936 week.

Trading in sugar "futures" was fairly active

Hide*, Leather and Footwear

during the

Letter," under date of July 30, discusses these markets as

past month, with prices sensitive to changing indications of
success or failure for passage of sugar legislation in this

follows:

session of Congress.

The First National Bank of Boston, in




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its "New England
♦

The general undertone, however, was

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Aug., 1937]
easier

owing

outside
favor

to

selling

by

of

holders and restricted
growing sentiment in

tired

speculative interest.

With

a

adjournment, great effort has been made by pro¬
Jones sugar bill to secure a vote.
There
nothing definite upon which to base an opinion

ponents of the
has

been

that

excepting only the
undoubted necessity, either for new legislation or an exten¬
sion of the Jones-Costigan Act.
Statements by both sides
a

compromise

would

be

reached

have indicated

no

exists

quota system has proven too valuable to
Sales of Cuban raw sugars were not very

be

that

the

discarded.

change in attitude, yet

a

general feeling

KEVIEW

lowing the publication of the official July crop report, fore¬
casting an increase in acreage of only 10.4%, as against
privately estimated 12% to 15%, a substantial rally de¬
veloped, in as much as low temperatures reported from
parts of the South and excessive precipitation in the Eastern
sections of the belt, put a somewhat less favorable

aspect

on

the crop outlook.

kets
as

as

well

word

reached

velt's

statement

next

was

favorable

quoted at 4.70c. by all refiners throughout the

month.

Coffee

markets continued quiet during the past month.
The general undertone was steady.
Trade attention in this
commodity was to a large extent concentrated on the
results that may be
accomplished at the Pan-American
Conference scheduled to take place in Havana on Aug. 9.
However, there has been more or less skepticism over the

prospect of constructive action, owing to the inability of
Colombia and Brazil to work out a price ratio which would
be regarded as workable.
In the meantime, advices from
Brazil were of a constructive nature, including a report
that the National Coffee Department negotiated an internal
loan

equivalent to $30,000,000.
This will serve to supply
that body with immediate funds to
pay planters as "sacri¬
fice quota" coffees
are
tendered.
Sentiment
was
also

helped by reports that the United States would sell gold
to Brazil to aid her in her financial
transactions, it being
argued that such aid would assure continuation
Brazilian Government's support of coffee prices.

of

the

There

fair routine demand for spot coffees.

a

No. 7 Santos

quoted on July 3Tat 10%@10%c. against
10%c. June 30, the same as on May 29 (May 30 fell on a
Sunday and May 31 was a holiday); 10%@10%c. April 30;
10%c. March 31; ll%c. Feb. 27, and 10y2 @10%c. Jan. 30.
was

No. 7 Rio

was quoted on
July 31 at 9%c., the same
30, against 9%c. May 29; 9%c. April 30;
March 31; 9%c. Feb. 27, and
O^c. Jan. 30.

as on

June

9%c.

Rubber

Crude rubber continued its declining trend.
of

Immediate

for the further recession in
prices were the release

causes

the

figures concerning shipments from the Far East
to 55,000 tons from Malaya and 44,800 tons

amounting

from the Dutch East

Indies, and, to

larger degree,
the announcement of the June
production figures for
Malaya, which reached a total of 51,569 tons for that
month, or approximately 105% of the standard quota,
whereas

previous

estimates

had

an even

led

to

the

belief

that

Malaya would not be able to produce its quota of 90%.
The United
States of America consumption figure for
June, amounting to 51,800 tons, had little effect on the
market, being approximately in line with expectations.

During the last
undertone

week

appeared

of

the

month

to be developing,

somewhat

a

as

it

much

as

sales of tires

are

a

gradually improving and the

more

asked

May 29; 21 3/16c. asked April 30; 26%c. asked
March 31; 22c. asked Feb.
27, and 21%c. asked Jan. 30.
Textiles

'Seasonal dulness characterized the textile
trades during
past month.
Retail
business, helped by favorable
weather conditions, made a
fairly good showing, although
comparisons with the corresponding period of last
the

materially

year

affected

by

the

soldier bonus money
during the
as an

and

important stimulus.

the

sections

continued

fact

that

spending of
summer, 1936, had acted

The abatement of labor troubles
outlook in the agricultural

cheerful

favorable factors; on the other
hand, it was
heavy spending for vacation trips and the
sharp
rise of foodstuff prices and rent
scales served to somewhat
interfere with the buying
ability of sections of the populace.
The wholesale
trades, while experiencing a mild seasonal
pick-up, clearly reflected the cautious attitude of
were

noted that

largely owing to prevailing uncertainties
price outlook.
It was believed,
reduced

volume

of

current

activity later in the season,

buyers,

over

the future

however, that the sharply
buying will result in greater

as inventories in general are
said to be in sound condition and
should require
replenish¬
ment before long.
Raw cotton in July continued its
down¬
ward trend at an accelerated
pace.
The predominant influ¬
ence was the excellent
outlook for the current
crop.
With
early private estimates ranging from
14,500,000 to 15,500 000

bales, comparing with last year's output of
only 12,300.000
bales, and with the current world
States cotton

consumption of United

totaling but slightly for than 13,000,000 bales

decidedly bearish views permeated the cotton
trade.




Fol¬

the

new

the

;

President

quoting

crop

could

be lower unless

would

taken.

The

renewed
outlook

de¬

be

as

Roose¬

estimated

at

downward

reports from the
for

the

crop

as

remedial

movement

South

well

as

official

was

aggra¬

stressing
by

the

increasing

of domestic and foreign

in excess of

15,600,000 bales, acted

as a

further depressing

influence.

Spot cotton here in New York was 12.62c. on
July 1. After a moderate decline to 12.49c., July 3, the
price rallied to 13.05c., July 9.
From that point, however,
a
steady decline carried the quotation to a low of 11.18c.,
July 31. Business in the print cloths markets experienced
mild

a

July.

revival

Later

virtual

following

in

the

official

acreage

the

month, however, trading
and prices showed further

standstill,

Print cloths at Fall River for 28-inch 64x60's

report for
came

to

a

recessions.

was

marked

down July 16 from

5%c. to 5}£c. On July 19 the quotation
declined further to 5%c., and on July 28 another reduction
carried the price to 5c., at which figure it stood
July 31.
The price of 27-inch 60x64's declined from
4%e. June 30 to

4%c. July 31, while Osnaburgs reacted from 10c. June 30
to 9^4c. July 31.
The report of the Census Bureau, issued
July 14 and covering the month of June, again demon¬
strated that

the consumption of the staple in the United
States continued at a high rate.
The amount consumed in
June totaled 681,394 bales of lint and
66,618 bales of linters
compared with 669,460 bales of lint and 70,480 bales of
linters in May, 1937, and only
555,449 bales of lint and
64,891 bales of linters during June, 1936.
The woolen goods market displayed little
activity in the
men's division, as clothing manufacturers
appeared well
covered for their fall requirements.
A further reduction in

the accumulation of unfilled orders was
reported, resulting
in scattered curtailment of mill
operations.
The

opening

of next year's lines of
tropical worsteds was productive of
substantial amount of initial orders for these
goods.
Women's wear materials moved in fair
a

volume, although

towards the end of the month less favorable
reports from
retail centers resulted in a

slackening of the demand.
Japanese double extra 13-15 deniers were ouoted July 31
at $1.82@$1.87 against $1.89@1.94 June
30; $1.77@$1.82
May 29; $1.77@$1.82 April 30; $1.97@$2.02 March 31; $1*80
@$1.94 Feb. 27, and $2.00@$2.05 Jan. 30.
In the case of
were

the 20-22 deniers Japanese crack double
quoted at $1.78@$1.83 July 31 against $1.85@

$1.90 June 30; $1.73@$1.78 May 29; $1.82@$1.87 April 30;
$1.81@$1.86 March 31; $1.76@$1.81 Feb. 27, and $1.91@
$1.99 Jan. 30.
Petroleum and Its Products

cre¬

attractive basis for replenishing
purchases.
Ribbed smoked sheets for
spot delivery were quoted at
18%c. asked July 31 against 19%c. asked June
30; 20%c.

were

by

Washington

that

however,

increasingly precipitous

and that the price trend for cotton over the

years

was

Subsequently,
became

spinners, and re¬
ports from abroad indicating materially increased acreage
figures for several important foreign producing centers.
The appearance of the first private
August estimates dur¬
ing the closing days of the month showing a probable crop

extra

long decline in rubber quotations is presumed to have
ated

two

vated

steadier

was

expected
that the present seasonal lull in
factory purchases would
soon be superseded
by a substantial buying movement, in
as

14,500,000 bales
action

and

from

buying reticence

Coffee

was

influences.

resumed

was

The strength of other commodity mar¬

the sharp rally in security prices also served

as

steadying

cline

during the past month and consisted of the fol¬
lowing, all exclusive of duty:
On July 13 July shipment
at 2.52c. c. & f.; on July 20 early August shipment at 2.52c.
c, & f., and on
July 29 prompt shipment at 2.60a c. & f.
The wholesale list price for refined, immediate delivery,
numerous

9

Higher crude prices for low-grade crude oil in Texas, a
sweeping advance in gasoline prices, and an August "market
demand" crude oil
of Mines at

a new

estimate by the United States Bureau
all-time high figure featured
July devel¬

opments in the domestic petroleum industry.
The Magnolia Petroleum CO., a
subsidiary of the SoconyVacuum Oil Co., Inc., on July 6 posted an increase of 5 to
6c.

barrel in the prices of lower
oil in Texas.
The new
a

gravity Mirando grade crude
schedule, which became effective
immediately, established a price of 96c. a barrel for gravi¬
ties below 21, against 90c.
previously; 98c. a barrel for
21 to 21.9 gravity, against 93c., with a 2c. differential
up
to 40 gravity.
The latter and above remained unchanged
at $1.36.
The Humble Oil &

Refining Co., subsidiary of the Stand¬

ard Oil Co. of New Jersey, not only met the
Magnolia ad¬
vance within two days but in addition to
setting up the

higher level for Mirando also advanced low-grades of Refugio
1 to 6c. a barrel with 25 to 25.9
gravity posted at
$1.11 under the new price schedule.
Tightening of sup¬
plies in these two .fields has followed increased demand
crude

for the lower gravity crude from
was

refiners, and the advance

not unexpected.

A new all-time high in its advance market estimates

was

set

by the United States Bureau of Mines on July 21 when
it predicted that daily average
production of 3,462,900 bar¬
rels would be necessary during August to meet market de¬
mand.
The new high estimate was 39,100 barrels above
the

July forecast

excess

of

actual

last year.
All of the five

of

the

Bureau, and 395,500 barrels in
in the corresponding month

production

major producing States—Texas, Oklahoma,
California, Louisiana and Kansas-participated in the
larger allowables recommended by the Federal agency.

MONTHLY EEYIEW

10

suggested at 1,395,200 barrels daily,
barrels above the Bureau's July estimate
for the Lone Star State.
This, incidentally, was the largest
increase recommended for any one State.
Oklahoma was
lifted to 633,400 barrels from 629,700; California to 612,800
from
605,500; Louisiana to 253,900 from 253,000, and

Texas production was
which was 20,100

Kansas

200,500 from 195,600 barrels.

to

August

for

Oklahoma
California...

....

Louisiana.
1.

Kansas

New

Mexico

Pennsylvania

Arkansas

Montana...

.

.

605,500 Kentucky
253,000 New York
195,600 Illinois
100,800 West Virginia
53,700 Ohio.............

....

.

52,900
39,800

29.100
17,700
16,800
15,200
13,000

July

28,400
16,200
16,100

Colorado

10,700

15,600
13,000
10,700

10,300
4,900

10,700
4,70

2,300

....

52,800
39,900

Wyoming

•

1,375.100
629,700

612,800
253,900
200,500
100,800
53,600

Michigan

August

July

August

.....1,395,200
633,400

Texas

2,300

Indiana

August recommended allowables of the Bureau
of Mines, however, were far behind actual production,
'Daily average output for the week ended July 24—which
are the latest figures available at the month-end—disclose
that production hit a new record high of 3,573,400 barrels
during this period.
The new high reported in the American
Petroleum Institute compilation compared with the former
The

i

new

peak. of 3,573,500 barrels set in the final week of May.
Output for the July 24 period was 152,600 barrels above
the July market estimate of the Bureau of Mines, and
615,350 barrels above actual production in the correspond¬
ing

1936 period.
of domestic

Stocks

the United

and foreign crude petroleum held in

States halted their advance in the

week ended

July 10 when a complete reversal of the trend developed,
stocks sliding off around IV2 million barrels, according to
the United States Bureau of Mines
In the following week
a

smaller dip was

recorded, again solely in domestic stocks,

July 17 total dropping to 307,255,000 barrels.
Since
the 20-year low of around 287 million barrels set last
January, stocks of domestic and foreign crude have shown
a
virtually unchecked advance due to the record daily
average crude production totals scored almost weekly since
the

that time.
Presidential

of

approval

the

congressional

legislation

granting permission to the group of States engaged in the
Interstate Oil Compact Commission to continue operations
was
voted late in the month.
President Roosevelt on

July 21 sent to the Congress a copy of the interstate pact
executed by the Governors of Okla¬

to conserve oil and gas

New Mexico, Illinois and Colorado
on
May 10 last, and said in his message that he hoped
Congress would enact appropriate legislation giving its con¬
sent to the compact.
Under the Constitution, such con¬
gressional approval is necessary before States can engage
in interstate agreements.
On July 28 the House completed
congressional action on the resolution extending the com¬
pacts which otherwise would expire Sept. 1.
The Senate
already had approved it.
Representatives of the six States comprising the Inter¬
state Oil Compact Commissions were hosts to observers
from several oil-producing States which have not yet joined
the group at the July 13 meeting of the Commission held
in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Among the major topics of dis¬
cussion at the meeting were the need for national legisla¬
tion in connection with the production of crude oil (this
referred to congressional approval of the extension of the
measures enabling the States to band together.—Ed. note*
homa, Texas, Kansas,

possibility of increased taxation on both crude and refined
products, and the determination of waste brought about
by storing oil over long periods of time.
The American
Petroleum Institute's report that the survey under way in
which

the

United

States

Bureau

of

Mines is

seeking

to

accurately determine the marketable value of oil in storage
has

not

"Bfbught forth

result as yet as the
Bureau refused to release its findings "until many more

tests

are

The

any

concrete

made" attracted comment.

Oklahoma

Corporation Commission issued orders
establishing the August allowable at 633,400 barrels, up

3,700 (barrels from the July level and in line with the quota
recommended by the United States Bureau of Mines.
E. E.
Blincoe, Chairman of the Kansas Corporation Commission,
who was a guest at the Oklahoma proration meeting in
Oklahoma City at which the allowable was settled, dis¬
closed that Kansas probably would set its August figure
at 200,500 barrels, up 4,900 barrels from July, in conform¬
ance with the recommendations of the Federal agency.
The
Texas Railroad Commission fixed its August quota
at
1,500,000 barrels daily, a new high.
Early in the month the Oklahoma Oil Control Board
lost a court fight when the State Supreme Court ruled
that it grant the British-American Oil Co. retroactive back
allowable for its well No. 1, Mary Green, in the Mansion
area of the Oklahoma City field, and further directed that
the allowable be fixed at 100,320 barrels.
The court action
rose of a dispute when the Commission originally denied
the company an adjustment on its potential and allowable.
The company argued that its well was completed Oct. 2,
1985, but that delay by conservation officials caused the
hole to fill with oil.
This meant that the well was lost

"fishing"
The Commission had

when official tests were started, necessitating a

job that lasted until Dec. 25, 1935.




crimination.

revision

Complete

of

the

tax

structure

governing the

petroleum industry was seen likely as it became
known late in July that Governor Allred had called a special
session of the Legislature for late September to consider oil
taxes.
The new plan for taxation, it was indicated by re¬
Texas

recommended daily average production by
as compared with the July forecast

The Bureau's
States

granted the company only the allowable from the date of
completion of the official potential on the later date. The
court ruled that the well was completed on Oct. 2 and that
to deny the company an adjustment would amount to dis¬

ports from

Austin, is expected to include an attempt to tax

pipe line profits, increase the present crude oil gross pro¬
duction levy, and an attempt to lift the cost of obtaining

A hearing has 'been set for Aug. 19 by the Rail¬
Commission, at which it will hear testimony of refin¬

charters.
road
ers

using Texas crude to determine whether current crude

oil

stocks

held

at

refineries are

sufficient for sustained

This is in line with the suggestion of E. O.

operations.

member of the Commission, earlier in the month
keep more crude oil above ground. The Railroad
Commission issued a report late in the month disclosing
that more than two-thirds of the crude petroleum produced
in the State is marginal oil which cannot be brought under
Thompson,

that Texas

its

proration rulings, the report being based upon the daily

allowable as of June 1.

outlook for tax collectors and oil men alike was
optimistic forecasts on higher tax
revenues from
crude and refined users and also ^record
demand from consumers for both crude and refined prod¬
ucts during 1937.
State and Federal Governments this year
will collect approximately 190,000,000 more in gasoline taxes
than was paid by the Nation's motorists last year, and if
automobile sales and gasoline consumption keep up at their
current pace, gasoline tax receipts in 1938 should show an
increase of close to $100,000,000 over 1937, according to the
A rosy

held forth in exceedingly

American Petroleum Industries Committee.

Domestic crude

producers will have a market for 100,000,000 barrels of
crude oil over 1936, while refiners will find markets for
oil

50,000,000 barrels more gasoline than a -~»r ago, the "Oil
Should these latter figures be
realized, new highs for both crude and gasoline consump¬
and Gas Journal" estimated.
tion will be set this year.

"World oil supplies were

estimated to total at least 7,072,-

200,000 tons by Ivan Gubkin, Vice-President of the Russian
Academy of Science, who told the opening sessions of the
International Congress of Geologists today that the oil

supply is ample for many years to come," according to an
Press dispatch from Moscow published in the
New York "World-Telegram" of July 21.
"Constant re¬

Associated
covery

of new reserves by improving

geological research
why *we

methods was cited by the scientist as the reason

in the near
practical importance and will not have

think that talk of exhausting world oil reserves
future lacks

any

for a long time/
Smith of the United

any

The Congress, presided over by Philip
States Geological Survey in Alaska,
of Soviet resources
total supply might be

heard Mr. Gubkin state that estimates

lead Russians to believe that their
as

high as 6,376,300,000 tons."

Crude oil price

changes posted during July follow:
Socony Vacuum subsidiary, lifted low*grada

July 6—Magnolia Petroleum,

Mirandon crude oil 5 to 6 cents a barrel,

effective immediately.

Standard of New Jersey subsidiary, met the
Magnolia advance in Mirando, and also boosted low grade KefUgio crude
July 8—Humble Refining,

1 to 6 cents a barrel.

In

the

refined products

field, the widespread gasoline

price advance initiated by the Standard Oil Co. (New Jer¬
sey), through its marketing subsidiaries, and which spread
throughout the entire Eastern and Atlantic Seaboard mar¬
keting area, overshadowed all other developments.
Constantly advancing costs of production and transporta¬

tion,

coupled

with

the

record demand for motor fuel,

of %c. a gallon for all grades and
methods of deliveries in the areas served by 'Standard Oils
of New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Louisiana, while the
Colonial-Beacon posted like advances in its marketing terri¬
tory. Sole exception to the sweeping boost in prices was the
metropolitan New York area.
The advance was posted
July 12, effective the following day, and was quickly met
by all competing companies in the affected areas.
Second in interest to the price advance, however, was the
report of the Department of the Interior on July 8 disclos¬
ing that gasoline consumption during the first half of 1937
had set a new all-time high at 246,000,000 barrels.
The new
record compared with 221,000,000 in the first six months
of 1936 ; 201,000,000 in 1935's first six months; 195,000,000
for the first half of 1934; 176,000,000 in the like 1933 period;
178,000,000 in the first six months of 1932, and 192,000,000
in the first half of 1931.
Continuation of the upswing was
indicated by the Department of Mines July 21 estimate of
August demand of 52,600,000 barrels, up 14% from actual
brought a price increase

demand in

the

like 1936 month.

the record six months' production, the
Department of the Interior pointed out that the recordbreaking demand for petroleum products during the first
six months of the current year is a fairly accurate barome¬
ter of business conditions in this country.
The best single
In

announcing

of prosperity
in the petroleum industry, it
stressed, is that of domestic consumption of motor
The export market also improved during the first

index

was

fuel.
half,

AUG., 1937]
totaling

MONTHLY REVIEW

nearly

10,000,000

'barrels

year.

:/■;

The
in

record

a

steady

weekly
fact
in

by

that

■

the

American

Petroleum

refinery operations set

showed

Institute

the

despite

all-time high late

new

holding at extremely high levels.

are

unchecked

an

a

drop during July under the
in demand with the corre¬

of seasonal expansion
sponding drain upon holdings.

pressure

As the Department of Justice disclosed late in July that
anti-trust division was investigating charges of "con¬

its

spiracy to peg oil prices" in the Eastern section of the
country, made against independent jobbers by smaller oil
jobbers, the government ran into increased difficulty in
its attempt to
bring William V. Hartman, Yice-IPresident of
Gulf Oil Co., to trial before a Federal court in Madison,

Wis., where he has

been indicted along with officials of

28

other oil companies, on charges of violation of the Federal
anti-trust laws in "fixing" gasoline prices in Middle West¬
cities.

ern

.

Mr. Hartman, who had lost his
plea before a United
States Commissioner in Pittsburgh, who had ordered his
removal

to

maket in

Madison, appealed to Federal Judge SchoonPittsburgh, on July 28, for a writ of habeas corpus

the grounds

on

jurisdiction.
Federal

that the Wisconsin court had not shown
The court took the plea under consideration.

District

Attorney Uhl held that a Federal court
in Texas already had ruled that the Madison court had
jurisdiction
official

in

ordering

under indictment

the

Temoval

to the

latter

Gulf

another

of

court for trial.

follow:

of Louisiana and Colonial-Beacon

Oil posted an advance of

cent

H

a

gallon in tank

car and tank wagon prices on all
grades of gasoline except
metropolitan New York, effective July 13.

July 13—Shell Union Oil Corp.. the Texas Corp. and Gulf Oil met the
a gallon advances of the Standard group.

H cent

July 13—Socony-Vacuum met the

H

cent increases of the Standard

group, and also posted jumps of H to 1 cent a gallon in sub-normal markets

around Boston and Providence.

areas.

THE JULY FINANCING

OF

THE UNITED

STATES

TREASURY

For the

Treasury proper July was noteworthy, so far
financing was concerned, only because of the resump¬
tion on July 14 of the practice of issuing bills to mature
as new

tax

period.
ment July was
capital markets.

But for financial agencies of the
a

month

of

exceptional

activity

govern¬

in

$2,400,000 at a net cost to the government of between
$500,000 and $600,000.
As compared with the 2*4% rate
which the RFC
pays to the Treasury for advances, it was
able to borrow from the banks on a
1%% and 1%% basis.
But

the

current

the

news

The Federal Intermediate Credit hanks

$30,000,000 of debentures and paid off $29,000,000 of
debenture maturities; the Reconstruction Finance
Corpo¬
ration exchanged $82,051,000 of its notes for
maturing notes
and sold $42,000,000 additional
notes; the Federal Home
Loan banks marketed a $28,000,000 issue of
debentures;

the Home Owners' Loan Corporation made known the
fact
that it would redeem $50,000,000 of notes in cash on
Aug. 15,
and the Commodity Credit
Corporation offered for sale
$60,000,000 of notes. The turning of the Home Loan

Commodity

Credit

Corporation

the capital market on their

own

and

banks,
the RFC directly to

Secretary

of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau Jr. an¬
July 8 that the Treasury was -beginning again
to offer an additional $50,000,009 of discount
bills each
nounced

on

week.
Over a period of seven week in
April, May and
June the Treasury sold a total of
$350,000,000 of bills with
maturities staggered over three days at the
September tax

period. The first of the new series of tax date bills matur¬
ing at mid-December was bid for on July 12 and dated
July 14. Three $50,000,000 instalments of these extra bills
were sold in

July, and this total of $150,000,000 represented
increase in the public debt outstanding in the
month.
The Treasury was able to get its bill
money on a
slightly cheaper basis in July than in June.
The Issue

in

only

273-day bills sold on July 26 went at an average rate
0.485% as compared with 0.619% on the last sijnilar issue
June.

The tax

period bill rate declined from 0.419%
July 12 to 0.372% for that for Which
received on July 26.

for the issue sold
bids

I

were

on

The

$30,000,000 issue of Federal Intermediate Credit
1%% debentures was offered on July 6, and the books
Were closed on the same day,
following an oversubscrip¬
tion.
The debentures were dated
July 15 and were to
mature in six and nine months.
They were priced at a

v//':

Bank

■

premium

over par

value.

The RFC announced the details of its note
operation on
July 23.
The agency's $82,051,000 of 2% notes which
ma¬
tured on July 1, 1937, were
exchanged on that date at par
for an equal amount of 1^% notes
maturing Dec. 15, 1938.

Subsequently, the corporation stated, it sold

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■
1.1..
-

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Treasury

of

raising

1,679,082 bales of

cotton

funds

Aug. 2 and maturing May 2,
by warehouse receipts against
by a guarantee of the RFC

and

to

pay principal and interest upon maturity.
The Corpora¬
tion estimated that the market value of the
cotton behind
the notes was

approximately $90,000,000 as of July 26, and
holders of the notes have the right to declare them
immedi¬
ately payable if the market value of the collateral behind
them becomes less than
120% of the face amount of the
notes outstanding.
There

also

reached

the

market

July 27

on

an

issue

of

$28,000,000 Federal Home Loan banks 1^4% consolidated
debentures, dated July 1, 1937, and maturing July 1, 1938.
They

priced

were

at

100

3/16

to

yield

1.04%.

Preston

said that the

been oversubscribed

times, though the books

more

than 10

issue

had

held open only one hour.

were

on July 27 that the
$49,843,000 of
1%% notes maturing on Aug. 15 would he paid off
in cash.
As of July 17, it was set forth, the
corporation
had cash on hand of
$87,666,535.
Under the law money
received by the HOLC as principal
repayments on mortgages

series D

must be used to redeem bonds.

Secretary of the Treasury Morgenthau made public on
July 2 the final figures on the government's showing for
the

fiscal

year

given

June 30

'

ended

June 30.

The

net

Federal

deficit

$2,707,000,000 and the gross public debt on
$36,425,000,000. The debt showed an increase

as

was

of

$2,646,000,000 for the year. General receipts amounted
to $5,294,000,000, or $1,178,000,000 more than in the
previ¬
ous
year, and general operating
expenditures, excluding
$104,000,000 for statutory debt retirement, totaled $8,001,000,000, or $475,000,000 more than in the preceding fiscal
year.

Secretary Morgenthau disclosed oh July 15 the fact that
net market

purchases of government securities for Treas¬
investment accounts aggregated $24,370,400 for June
against $3,853,550 in May and the record high total of
ury

The details
count

basis

of the sales pf

are

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lit

Bills

BiOs

Dated '

Offered
June 29 1937

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

Treasury bills sold
given in the following tables:

71937
71937
15 1937
15 1937
22 1937
22 1937
29 1937
29 1937

July

•

71937
14 1937
14 1937

Apr.

6 1938

Dec.

16 1937

155 days

Apr. 13 1938

273 days

July 21 1937

Dec.

July

21 1937

Apr. 20 1938

273 days

July

28 1937

Dec. 17 1937

142 days

July

28 1937

July
July

Aug.
Aug.

4 1937
4 1937

16 1937

273 days

148

days

Dec.

17 1937

273 days
135 days

May

4 1938

273 days

Apr. 27 1938

an

additional

on

a

dis¬

Amount of

Subscrip¬

Offering

I

Mature

tions

$50,000,000 $133,100,000
50,000,000 120,248,000
50,000,000 141,935,000
50,000,000 144,990,000
:£ 50,000,000
156,436,000
50,000,000 137,791,000
50,000,000 151,608,000
50,000,000 165,122,000
50,000,000
133,795,000

behalf made it appear as

though the Treasury was shifting to some of the
independent
lending organizations part of the onus of raising cash.

of

the

collateral trust notes, dated
1938.
The notes are backed

sold

of

to

cost

through bill sales is less than % of 1%.
Announcement was made by Commodity Credit Corpora¬
tion, July 27, that it was offering $60,000,000 of 1% series B

$119,553,000 in March/

following agencies figured in the capital market

during the month:

the

dated

maturing on July 1 were two-year notes and those
maturing on Dec. 15, 1988, three-year notes.
As of July 23
the RFC had sold
$295,051,000 of a total authorization of
$300,000,000 of series K notes. A Washington dispatch to the
"Wall Street Journal" on
July 27 said that the RFC, by
the
borrowing, and refunding operation, had saved itself

was

July 28—Sooony Vacuum Oil lifted all grades of gasoline by all methods
of delivery H cent a gallon In the Buffalo and Rochester
areas, effective
July 29.
The advance was met by all companies operating in the affected

The

V/±% basis. The Corpo¬
in 1935, so that the

on a

were

HOLC officials stated

July 12—Standard of New Jersey, Standard of Pennsylvania, Standard

a

of the 1 %% notes

ones

Delano, Governor of the System,

Representative price changes, showing the trend of re¬
fined product prices throughout the Nation during July,

at

$42,000,000

ration said that the notes

..

disappearance of gasoline has been reflected
decline in motor fuel inventories reported

July, and generally

Stocks

last

7,600,000

against

V':■>'/:

To Redeem
Bills

Subscrip¬

Amount

Average

Offered

tions

Accepted

Price

June 29 1937

July
July
July
July
July

July
July
July

71937
71937
151937
151937
22 1937
22 1937
291937
29 1937

$133,100,000
120,248,000
141,935,000
144,990,000
156,436,000

Yield

$50,010,000

99.628

50,060,000
50,000,000

99.819

0.490%
0.419% \

99.610

Maturing
of—

Issue

0.514%/

99.837

137,791,000
151,608,000

50,136,000
50,015,000
50,012,000
60,032,000

99.632

165,122,000
133,795,000

50,000,000
50,047,000

99.646

0.397% 1

99.620

0.372 %\

50,060,000

0.502%/

99.853

$50,045,000
50,133,000

50,159,000

0.485% /

99.915

0.228 %\
0.467%/

50,113,000

NEW SECURITY ISSUES IN JULY

Financing in the domestic market for July reflected a
pronounced reduction in the total volume of new offerings
as compared
with that for June.
The character of the
month's emissions stresses the trend away from refunding
issues and the growth of new capital securities on an in¬
creasing scale.
The need for funds to provide for extensions
and improvements to plant and equipment is becoming more
marked each day, thus accounting for the expansion in this
type of financing.
The largest offering placed during the
month was the $45,450,000 issue of the American Rolling
Mill Co., followed by the $25,000,000 offering of the West¬
chester Lighting Co.
Below we give the larger offerings
fof July:
RAILROAD

FINANCING

SI,200,000 Spokane Portland & Seattle RR.—Paine, Webber & Co.
and Estabrook & Co. were successful bidders on July 20 for
SI,200,000 2H% equipment trust certificates on their bid of
102.222.
will be no

The certificates are due in
public re-offering.

1

to

10 years.

There

Other bidders were: J. &

S. Seligman Co., 102.039; Halsey,
Stuart & Co. and associates, 101.804; Evans, Stillman & Co.,

101.155; Salomon Bros. & Hutzler, Dick & Merle-Smith and
Stroud & Co., 101.789; F. S. Moseley & Co., 102.077; Brown
Harriman & Co., 101.657.
,

EEYIEW

MONTHLY

12
PUBLIC UTILITY

MUNICIPAL

FINANCING

Westchester (N. Y.) Lighting Co.—Offering was made to
the public July 22 of an issue or $25,000,000 general mortgage
bonds, 3M% series, due 1967, by a banking group headed by
Morgan Stanley & Co., Inc.
The bonds, guaranteed as to
principal and interest by the parent company, the Consolidated
Edison Co. of New York, Inc., were priced at 102 K and accrued
interest.
Associated with Morgan Stanley & Co. in the
offering were: Kuhn, Loeb & Co.; Blyth & Co., Inc.; Brown
Harriman & Co., Inc.; Lazard Freres & Co., Inc.; The First >Boston Corp.; Edward B. Smith & Co.; Bonbright
& Co.,

$25 ' 000.000

'"r"v.--•v,:"

and Lehman Brothers.
Underwriters—The names of the several principal under¬
several amounts underwritten by them respectively, are as follows:
Morgan Stanley & Co., Inc., New York
$8,000,000
Kuhn, Loeb & Co., New York
2,000,000
Blyth & Co., Inc., New York
__
2,500,000
Brown Harriman & Co., Inc., New York
1,750,000
Lazard Freres & Co., Inc., New York
1,250,000
The First Boston Corp., New York
1,250,000
Edward B. Smith & Co., New York
! 1,250,000
Bonbright & Co., Inc., New York
1,250,000
Lehman Brothers, New York
—
1,000,000
Clark, Dodge & Co., New York
750,000
Kean, Taylor & Co., New York
500,000
Kidder, Peabody & Co., New York
500,000
Lee Higginson Corp., New York- £00,000
Mellon Securities Corp., Pittsburgh..
750,000
Schoellkopf, Hutton & Pomeroy, Inc., Buffalo --750,000
Dillon, Read & Co., New York-.
1,000,000

$28 000,000

;

Inc.,

writers and the
:

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d

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5

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ing to maturity.

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to B. J.
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5,000

1,500,000 Richmond, Va., 3% public improvement bonds, due $75,000
■■■.aft each year from 1938 to 1957, incl., were purchased by Blyth
& Co., Inc., of New York and associates, at 107.41, a basis
of about 2.20%.
They were publicly offered to yield from
1.20% to 2.25%, according to maturity.

5,000
5,000
5,000
45,000
45,000

1,500,000 Syracuse, N. Y., 2.10% debt equalization bonds were pur¬
chased by the Bankers Trust Co. of New York and associates,
at 100.45, a basis of about 2.05%.
In re-offering the bonds,
the bankers priced the $400,000, due Aug. 15, 1946, to yield
1.90%, and the $1,100,000, maturing Aug. 15. 1947, were
offered to yield

,

1,357,000 San

and Mitchum,

Underwrtiers—The names and addresses of
and the number of shares of stock

underwriters

has agreed to

the several
which each

purchase are as follows:
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t

Lee Higginson Corp.,

New York

Hayden, Stone & Co., New York
Brown Harriman & Co., Inc., New York
Goldman, Sachs & Co., New York
J. A. Sisto & Co.,New York-------..............

3,500,000

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Shares

19,250
19,250

1,324,000 Orleans Levee District, La., 354% and 4% refunding bonds
due serially from 1942 to 1973, incl., were sold to a syndicate
headed by the Whitney National Bank of New Orleans, at a
price of par, the net interest cost of the financing being about
3.97%.
The bankers re-offered the bonds at various prices,
?,r,
depending on coupon rate and maturity
,
1,225,000 Minnesota (State of) certificates of indebtedness, bearing
2% interest and due July 30,1942, were taken by Brown Harri¬
man & Co. of Chicago and associates, at
100.17, a1 basis of
about 1.97%.
Re-offered to investors at a price of 100.75.
1,000,000 West Virginia (State of) 254% and 354% road bonds,
maturing serially from 1938 to 1962, incl., were sold to an
account headed by Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc., New York,
at a net interest cost to the State of about 2.32%.
The
bankers marketed the 254s «o yield from 2% to 2.35%. and the
3His to yield 0.80% to 2%, according to maturity.

4% convertible sinking fund debentures was made July 14
through underwriters headed by Munds, Winslow & Potter;
Spencer Trask & Co., and Merrill, Lynch & Co., and in¬
cluding Glore, Forgan & Co.; Cassatt & Co., Inc.; E. H. Rollins
& Sons, Inc.; Blair, Bonner & Co.; Far well, Chapman & Co.,
and Laurence M. Marks & Co.
The debentures priced at

102H and accrued interest become due June 15, 1947. ^ Underwriting—The names of the proposed several under¬
writers and the principal amount of debentures that each agrees
_

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to purchase, are as follows:

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DIVIDEND CHANGES IN JULY

Changes in dividend declarations in July are numerous
and are for the most part of a favorable nature. The follow¬
ing list, divided into two sections, namely "Favorable
Changes" and "Unfavorable Changes," gives the more im¬
portant of the changes;

14,000
14,000

3,500
Liquid Carbonic Corp.—Public offering of $3,500,000 10-year

Munds, Winslow & Potter, New York
$860,000
Spencer Trask & Co., New York
770,000
Merrill, Lynch & Co., New York.—520,000
Glore, Forgan & Co., New York
500,000
Cassatt & Co., Inc., New York-r 355,000
E. H. Rollins & Sons, Inc., New York-----.-—
206,600
Blair, Bonner & Co., Chicago
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156,500
Farwell, Chapman & Co., Chicago
•—
100,000
Laurence M. Marks & Co., New York
100,000

1,859,075 United States Plywood Corp.—Bond & Goodwin, Inc., and
C. B. Ewart & Co., Inc., heading a nation-wide selling group,
announced on July 27 the formal offering of 38,000 shares of
$1.50 cumulative convertible preferred stock and 53,475 shares
of common stock of the corporation.
The preferred stock is
priced at $25 and the common at $17 per share,

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County),CaIif.,4% wate£

1937 to 1963»
were taken by a group managed by the Harris Trust &
Savings Bank, Chicago, at 11.17, a basis of about 2.82%.
They were offered to the public to yield from 0.25% to 2.85%,
according to maturity.
p

3,500,000 Chicago

1 2-3 shares of common stock.

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(City and

distribution and sewer bonds, due annually from

Tully & Co.

Pneumatic Tool Co.—Public offering of 70,000
shares of prior preferred stock (no par), at an aggregate offering
price of $3,500,000, was made July 21 through an under¬
writing group comprising Lee Higginson Corp.; Hayden, Stone
& Co.; Brown Harriman & Co., Inc.; Goldman, Sachs & Co.,
and J. A. Sisto & Co.
The stock was priced at $50 per share.
The stock is entitled to cumulative dividends at the rate of
$2.50 per share annually and each share is convertible into

2%.

Francisco

incl.

premium.

4,120,000 Food Machinery Corp.—The first step in the financial pro¬
gram of the corporation to provide such additional working
capital as the company may require for both present and
prospective increased business, authorized at a special stock
holders' meeting held June 28, was taken July 22 with the
public offering of 40,000 shares of 4^% cumulative convertible
preferred stock at $103 per share by Kidder, Peabody & Co.

he market at par and accrued interest.

1,500,000 Cincinnati, Ohio, 154% refunding water works notes were
purchased by a syndicate managed by Edward B. Smith & Co.
of New York, at par plus a premium of $160.
Of the issue,
$500,000 is due Aug. 1, 1938 and $1,000,000 on Aug. 1, 1939,
with the latter maturity being callable on the earlier date at
par.
The banking group re-offered the 1938 notes to yield
0.65%, and the 1939 obligations were priced at 10054-

5,000

5,075,000 Monsanto Chemical Co.—Edward B. Smith & Co. offered on
July 15 50,000 shares of cumulative preferred stock, series A
(no par—$4.50 dividend) priced at $101.50 a share.

Tenn., 4%

Van

1,500,000 Charlotte, N. C., 3 % and 3 54 % water and street improvement
funding bonds were awarded to an account managed by the
Chase National Bank of New York, at 100.01, the cost of the
financing to the city being about 3.06 %.
Re-offering was made
by the bankers at yields of from 1.50 % to 3 %, and prices from
par to 97.50, according to interest rate and maturity.

15,000,000 Owens Illinois Glass Co.—To finance capital expenditures
in part, and to provide money for other corporate purposes,
arrangements are being made for the private placement at
par of $15,000,000 15-year 3H% sinking fund debentures,
dated Aug. 1, 1937, and maturing Aug. 1, 1952.
The deben¬
tures will be bought to be held as an investment.
They are
required to be redeemed at par and accrued interest at the
rate of $1,000,000 each year from 1939 to 1951, and are also
redeemable at the company's option, in whole or in part at
any interest-payment date, upon payment of varying rates of

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funding bonds were sold privately
Ingen & Co., Inc., of New York and associates,
They mature yearly from 1952 to 1962, incl., and were placed

1,652,000 Knoxville,

80,000
80,000
45,000
30,000

25.000
15,000
15,000
11,000
10,000
10,000
8,000
6,000

.

2,000,000 Philadelphia School District, Pa., 154% registered school
bonds were absorbed by the Loan Tax Fund of the District
at 100.005, a basis cost of about 1.49%.
Due Aug. 1, 1967,
redeemable at par at any interest period.
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basis.

3,000,000 Pittsburgh, Pa., public improvement promissory notes were
sold to Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc., New York, as 1.60s, at
100.087, a basis of about 1.57%.
The notes, due July 1,1940*
were re-offered to yield 1.45%.

Corp.;

New York.
Edward B. Smith & Co., New York
The First Boston Corp., New York—
Brown Harriman & Co., Inc., New York
Kidder, Peabody & Co., New York
Glore, Forgan & Co., New York
Lee Higginson Corp., New York
Goldman, Sachs & Co., New York
Blyth & Co., Inc., New York
Bonbright & Co., Inc., New York
Hay den. Stone & Co., New York,
Baker, Weeks & Harden, New York
Cassatt & Co., Inc., New York
Hallgarten & Co., New YorkW. C. Langley & Co., New York
Stone & Webster and Blodgett, Inc., New York
White, Weld & Co., New York.
Mellon Securities Corp., Pittsburgh
Kuhn, Loeb & Co., New York..

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the municipal sinking fund at a price of 100.25, a 3.24%
Due July 1, 1987, callable after 20 years at par.

3,000,000 Missouri (State of) 3% building bonds were sold privately
to an account headed by Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc.. of New
York.
The bonds were re-offered for public subscription at
prices to yield from 1.40% to 1.90%, according to maturity.
They mature annually from 1940 to 1944, incl.
The bankers
originally bought a block of $1,500,000 and later exercised
their option On the balance of the same amount.

MISCELLANEOUS FINANCING

W. E. Hutton & Co.,

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registered city bonds were sold to

5,000,000 Philadelphia, Pa., 354%

Rolling Mill Co.—Public offering, by means of a
prospectus, of 450,000 shares of 4H% cumulative convertible
preferred stock ($100 par) was made July 15 by a group com¬
posed of W. E. Hutton & Co.; Edward B. Smith & Co.; The
Brown Harriman & Co., Inc.; Kidder,
Peabody & Co.; Glore, Forgan & Co., and Lee Higginson
Corp.
The shares were priced at $101 and accrued dividends.
Underwriters—The names of the several principal under¬
writers
and the several amounts underwritten by them,
respectively, are as follows:
;

to

associates, at
about 3.86 %.

$45,450,000 American

Boston

(State of) 354% and 4% highway bonds were

Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc. of New York and
100.566, the net interest cost to the State being
In marketing the bonds, which mature annually
from 1941 to 1960, incl., the bankers priced the 3 54s, amounting
to $2,420,000, at 101, while the 4s, in the principal amount of
$2,580,000, were offered to yieldfrom 2.30% to 3.80%, accordawarded

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First

following their purchase from the Reconstruction
Finance Corporation,
were publicly distributed by a large
banking group headed by Dillon, Read & Co. of New York
City.
The issue consisted of $18,500,000 sinking fund revenue
bonds, due April 1, 1977, and $9,500,000 serial revenue obligations, maturing annually from 1942 to 1968, incl.
The
bonds are callable beginning April 1, 1942 at various prices
depending on the date of redemption.
The bankers reoffered the block of $18,500,000 at 164.50 and accrued interest
and the $9,500,000 were marketed on a yield basis of from
2.40% to 3.73%, according to maturity.
As a result of this
offering, all or the bridge authority's authorized and out¬
standing bonds of $53,000,000 have now been placed in the
hands of the public.
In announcing the sale, the RFC stated
that the banking group paid a premium of $840,000, which,
when added to the premium of $525,000 derived from the
sale of a block of $7,000,000 last April, increased to $1,365,000
the profit made by the Federal agency in selling to private
investors the $35,000,000 bridge bonds which it had taken
over from the Public Works Administration.

5,000,000 Louisiana

-17900.000 Washington Gas Light Co.—An issue of 20,000 shares of
$4.50 cumulative convertible pref stock (without par value) was
offered June 23 by a group of investment banking houses
headed by Y. E. Booker & Co., at $95 per share and accrued
dividends.
Associated with Y. E. Booker & Co. were: Auchincloss
Parker & Redpath; Johnston, Lemon & Co.; Brown,
Goodwyn & Olds; Folger, Nolan & Co., Inc., and William W.
Mackall Jr., all of Washington, D. C.
INDUSTRIAL AND

FINANCING

Triborougli Bridge Authority, N. Y., 4% bridge revenue

bonds,

FAVORABLE

CHANGES

Acme Wire Co.—Dividend on the $20 par common
50c. a share to $1 a share, payable Aug. 14.

Shoe

Agnew-Surpass

Stores,

Ltd.—Extra

stock increased from

dividend of 30c. a sharO

a regular dividend of 30c. a share on the no par common stock, both
payable Sept. 1.
Previously regular semi-annual dividends of 20c. a

and

share

:

were

distributed.

25c.

a

share to 50c. a share,

a

share to 75c. a share,

increased from

payable Aug. 1.

American Arch Co.—Dividend on the no par capital stock
50c.

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(A. S.) Aloe Co.—Dividend on the $20 par common stock

increased from

payable Sept. 1.

American Forging & Socket Co.—Dividend on the common
creased from 25c. a share to 50c. a share, payable Aug. 24.

stock in¬

Co.—Dividend of 25c. a share was paid on the no
July 20.
This compared with 1254c. paid on Dec. 21,

American Lace Mfg.
par common on

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Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share and a regular
quarterly of 50c. a share on the $25 par common stock, both payable
Aug..2.
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American Paper Goods
c

Animal Trap Co.
y

stock,

payable

common stock

of America—Dividend of 25c. a share on the common
This will be the first payment made on the
1,1931, when 25c. a share was also distributed.

Aug. 2.

since April

Appleton Co., Anderson, S. C.—Dividend of $14 a share on account of
accumulation on the 7% cumulative preferred stock, $100 par, payable
Aug. 2.
This payment will clear up all accruals on the preferred stock.
A special dividend of $1 a share and a quarterly of like amount was de¬
clared on the common stock, both payable Aug. 2.
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1,035,000 American Fidelity & Casualty Co., Inc.—Public offering
was made July 8 of 90,000 shares of common stock
($5 par)
by Fuller, Rodney & Co., at $11.50 a share.




Atlas Plywood

Corp.—Dividend on the no par common stock
50c. a share, apyable Aug. 16.

from 3754c. a share to

increased

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MONTHLY

Aug., 1937]
Fine Spinning

Inc.—Two

Associates,

of $1.75

dividends

Oppenheim, Collins

& Co., Inc.—Dividend of 50c. a share was paid
July 26 on the capital stock and represented the first dividend to be
paid since February, 1932,

each

on the 7% preferred stock, one payable July 23 and the other on
Sept. 1.
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Bethlehem Steel Corp.—Dividend on the no par common stock increased
/- from $1 a share to $1.50, payable Sept. 15.
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,

Bloomingdale Bros., Inc.—Initial quarterly dividend of $1.25 a share
J-':, on the 5% preferred stock, payable July 24.
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Broadway Department Store, Inc.—Initial dividend of $1.66 2-3 a share
on the 5% cumulative preferred stock, par $100,
payable Aug. 1.
Burdine s, Inc.—Dividend of 50c. a share on the common stock, payable
July 26.
(F.) Burkhart Mfg. Co.—Special dividend of 50c.
mon stock, par $1, payable
Aug. 5.

share, on the new com-

a

Uy

13

Otis

Elevator

Co.—Dividend

the

on

no

par

stock

common

increased

from 25c. a share to 40c. a
share, payable Spet. 20.
Outboard Marine & Mfg. Co.—Dividend on the common stock increased
from 45c. a share to 75c. a
share, payable Aug. 10.
Overseas Securitie s Co.—Dividend on the no par common stock increased
from 30c. a share to 40c. a
share, payable Aug. 2.
Owens-Illinois Glass Co.—Dividend on the new common stock increased
from 75c. a share to $1 a
share, payable Aug. 15.
Fan American
Airways Corp.—Initial dividend of 25c.

a share on the
$5 par capital stock, payable Aug. 2.
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Phoenix Securities Corp.—Dividend of 25c. in cash and l-70th of a share
v
or Certain-Teed Products Corp. 6% preferred stock on the common
stock, payable Aug. 2.
This is the first dividend to be declared on

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Burroughs Adding Machine Co.—Dividend
^increased from 20c.

share to 25c.

a

share

a

on

a

the
'

new

a

a regular Quar¬
stock, both payable

share and

a

common

Central Ohio Steel Products Co.—Dividend
increased from 25c.

no par

..l,

.

stock

common
share, payable Sept. 7.

(A. M.) Castle & Co.—Extra dividend of 25c.
terly dividend of 50c.
Aug. 10.

the

on

j

the $r par common

on

share to 35c. a share, payable

Aug. 1.

Central Steel & Wire Co.—Initial dividend of 53 l-3c.
on its preferred stock on
July 1.
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the common stock since 1930.

Pittsburgh Plate
from $1.50

Port Huron

paid

share was

a

Chrysler Corp.—Dividend

on the $5 par common stock Increased from
$2 a share to $3.50 a share, payable Sept. 10.
Deere & Co.—Dividend of $1 a share on account of accumulations and the
regular quarterly of 35c. a share ordinarily due at this time on the 7 %

creased from 50c.

increased from 25c.

This will be the

first dividend paid since April 15, 1932, at which time 75c. a share was

from 30c.

25c.

share to

a

50c.

on

share,

a

dividend of $1 a share and a regular

dend of 25c.

and

regular of 50c.

a

share

a

on

the

stock, payable Sept.

common

1,

par value increased from 80c. a share to

Greene Cananea
Copper

$1

Co.—Special dividend of $1.25

share and

a

the

on

no

37Hp*

a.

share to 50c.

on

the $1

a

,

Severs Corp.—Special dividend of 40c.

the

on

of 10c.

a

no par common

This will be the

share

the

on

stock, payable Aug. 30.
This will be the first dividend paid
Aug. 25, 1936 when 5c. a share was distributed.

Liquid Carbonic Corp.—Stock dividend of 10% payable
stock

on

Loew's

or

common

this issue

on

since

the capital

on

before July 26.

Boston Theatres Co.—Extra

dividend of $1.25 a share and a
regular quarterly of 15c. a share on the $25 par, common
stock, both

payable Aug. 2.

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Lynch Corp.—Dividend
a

share to $1

a

on

a

regular quarterly divi¬

Chemical Co.—Dividend of $1 a share on the no
stock, payable Aug. 2.
Previously dividends of 12 He. a

distributed each three months.

25c.

share to 40c.

a

a

a

a

share to $1

a

on the company's common stock
share, payable Aug. 20.

on

the

no par common

stock, increased from

share payable Aug. 14.

Superheater Co.—Dividend

the common stock increased from 37 He.
share, payable Oct. 15.
- *
on

quarterly dividend of 25c. a share on the
payable Sept. 1.
This compares with 20c.

a share and a
par common stock, both
share paid on June 1, last.

no
a

Transamerica

Corp.—Semi-annual dividend on the capital stock in¬
creased from 20c. a share to 25c. a share, payable July 31.
United States Steel Corp.—-Dividend of $1.25 a share on account of
accumulations and the regular quarterly of $1.75 a share due at this time
on the 7% cumulative preferred stock, par $100, both payable Aug. 30.
This payment will clear up all back dividends on the preferred stock.

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.ty.'.;.v.• '}.•.^"*** ; '.(•*.
share was paid July 30

on

the common stock in¬

the $5 par common stock.

Co.—Dividend

share to 75c.

a

paid on July 23.

a

share, payable July 27.
CHANGES

.

.

J

a share on the no par common stock
This compares with 75c. a share paid on April 16,

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Federal Knitting

share and a regular quarterly
$5, both payable Sept. 1.

by the declaration of $1 a share payable Aug. 20.
first paid on this issue since Feb. 17, 1931.

share and

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on the no par common
creased from 50c. a share to 25c. a share, payable Sept. 1.

.

stock

of 60c.

Chicago Yellow Cab Co.—Dividend

a

Lindsay Light & Chemical Co.—Dividend

were

Aug. 2

on

,

the

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Mills Co.—Payment of the dividend ordinarily due
stock deferred.
A regular quarterly divi¬

no par common

dend of 62a share was paid on May 1, last.

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no action on the payment of a
oridnarily due July 1.
Dividends
of 10c. a share were distributed on April 1, last.
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Industrial Securities Corp.—Directors took no action at this time on the
company's common stock.
On April 1, last, a regular quarterly dividend

Federal Motor Truck Co.—Directors took
dividend on the no par common stock,

of 20c.

Works, Inc.—Dividend resumed

share, payable Aug. 14.

a

increased from lc. to lHc.
(A.) Stein & Co.—Dividend

was

par capital stock increased from

of like amount on the common
stock, par

Lima Locomotive

stock increased

common

the $1 par common stock, both payable Sept. 1.

last.

Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.*—Dividend on the no par common stock
increased from 75c. a share to $1.50 a share,
payable Sept. 15.
Lif«

par

Carpel Corp.—Dividend of 25c.

share, payable Sept. 1.

a

no

the $10 par common stock increased

UNFAVORABLE

share paid each three
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the

on

on

Canadian Converters Co., Ltd.—Directors deferred action on the com¬
mon dividend due at this time.
A quarterly dividend of 50c. a share
was paid on this issue on May 15, last.
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International Radio Corp.—Dividend on the common stock increased
from 25c. a share to 60c. a
share, payable July 19.
(Byron) Jackson Co.—Dividend of 50c. a share on the no par common

w*) Jarv*8 Co.—Dividend

share

creased from 62c.

from 40c. a share to 60c. a
share, payable Sept. 15.
Illinois Zinc Co.—Interim dividend on the
capital stock increased from
25c. a share to 50c. a share, payable Aug. 31.

a

regular

a

Sovereign Investors, Inc.—Dividend

par common stock increased

stock, payable Aug. 14 and compares with 25c.
months previously.
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Weymouth Light & Power

regular^quarterly of 75c. a share on the common stock, both payable
Hamilton Watch Co.-—Dividend

stock

common

Smith Agricultural

on

share, payable Aug. 14.

a

par

share and

a

share, payable Aug. 30.

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Waukesha Motor Co.—Extra dividend of 25c.

Globe & Republic Insurance Co. of America—Extra dividend of 5c.
a share and a
regular quarterly dividend of 20c. a share on the common
stock, both were payable on July 30.
n
Goodall Worsted Co.—Dividend on the common stock increased from
$2
a share to $4 a
share, payable July 29.
,
Great Western Electro-Chemical Co.—Dividend on the common stock
no

of 25c.

Utilities Stock & Bond Corp.—Extra dividend of 10c. a share and a regu¬
lar semi-annual dividend of 40c. a share on the common stock, both pay-

respectively.

Globe Hoist Co.—Initial
quarterly dividend of 25c. a share on the common
stock, payable July 20.

of

dividend

Silex Co.—Initial dividend of 25c. a share on the 215,000 shares of new
no par value common stock
outstanding, payable Aug. 10.

1.

General Box Corp.—Dividend on the new capital stock of $1
par, increased
from lHc. a share to 2c. a
share, payable Oct. 1, next.
General Tire & Rubber Co.—Dividend of $7.50 a share on account of
I accumulations on the 6% cumulative preferred stock, payable July 31.
This payment will clear
up all accruals on the preferred stock.
Gibraltar Fire & Marine Insurance Co.—Extra dividend of 20c. a share
and Oct. 1,

the $1

on

Tide Water Associated Oil Co.—Extra dividend of 10c.

the $10 par common stock increased

payable Sept.

share to 40c.

a

Servel, Inc.—Extra dividend

share

Food Machinery Corp.—Special dividend of
$1.50 a share on the $10 par
common stock, payable
Aug. 25..
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400 Madison Ave. Corp.—Initial dividend of $1 a share on the preferred
stock was announced July 26,
payable to holders of record July 1.
from

stiare to 50c. a

a

par common

juarterly of like amount on the $20 par, capital stock, both payable

Freeport Sulphur Co.—Dividend

Co.—Extra

Scotten Dillon Co.—Dividend

distributed.

Fidelity & Deposit Co. of Md.—Extra

dividend

share to 35c. a share, payable Oct. 1.

a

quarterly dividend of like amount on the common stock, both payable
from 25c.

Eaton Mfg. Co.—Dividend on the no par common stock increased from
\-X 50c. a share to 75c. a share, payable Aug. 16.
Eddy Paper Corp.—Dividend on the no par common stock increased from
60c. a share to 75c. a share, payable Aug. 30.
English Electric Co. of Canada, Ltd.—Dividend of 62 He. a share on
the $3 non-cumulative class A stock,
payable Sept. 15.

on the $25 par common stock in¬
share to $1 a share, payable July 15.

a

Savage Arms Corp.—Dvidiend

year-end dividend of 50c. a

a

on July 1 paid a dividend
4% non-cumulative preferred stock, par $100, a divi¬
paid on April 1, last.

was

Remington-Rand, Inc.—Interim
Rochester Button

stock,

par common

payable Aug. 16.
This compares with
share paid on May 28, last.

Sulphite & Paper Co.—Company

(G. E«) Prentice Mfg. Co.—Dividend

cumulative

preferred stock, both payable Sept. 1.
This payment will
clear up all back dividends on the preferred stock.
Dividend on common
resumed by declaration of $1 a snare payable Sept.
Dow Chemical Co.—Dividend of 75c. a share on the no

Glass Co.—Dividend on the common stock increased
share to $2 a share, payable Aug. 20.

a

of $2 a share on its
dend of $1 a share

;

-

,

,

stock

a

share was paid.

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Lucky-Tiger-Combination Gold Mining Co.—Directors took no action
on the payment of a dividend for July covering the quarter ended June 30,
1937.
An extra of 2c. and a regular quarterly of 3c- was paid on April 20*
last.
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McWilliarns Dredging Co.—Dividend on the no par common stock re¬
duced from 50c. a share to 25c. a share, payable Sept. 1.'
Mohawk Liquor Corp.—Quarterly dividend of 5c. a share on the common
stock, payable July 15.
This compares with 7He. paid on April 15, last.
(John) Morrell & Co.—Directors took no action on the payment of a divi¬
dend on the no-par capital stock at this time.
Pioneer Mill Co., Ltd.—Dividend on the common stock reduced from
^
15c. a share to 10c. a share, payable Aug. 2.
Six-Twenty Jones Corp.—Dividend of 50c. a share on the no par common
stock, payable July 7.
This compares with $1.25 a share paid on April 5,

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mm

,

Wailuku Sugar
able Aug. 20.
distributed.

the $5 par common stock increased from 50c.

share, payable Aug. 16.

Co.—Dividend of 10c. a share on the capital stock, pay¬
Previously regular monthly dividends of 20c. a share were

prnmpm

Meier & Frank Co., Inc.—Initial dividend of 15c.

share

a

the

on

:;te

COURSE OF THE STOCK MARKET DURING JULY, 1937

common

yy.Y

stock, payable Aug. 16.

Michigan Bakeries Co.—Dividend

of 40c.

share

the common stock
This compares with an initial dividend of 10c. a share
a

on

payable July 15.
paid on Jan. 15, last.
Midwest Piping & Supply Co., Inc.—Initial dividend of 15c.
paid July 15 on the common stock.

Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Co.—Dividend
stock increased from 50c.

Modine

share to 75c.

Manufacturing Co.—Dividend

creased from 50c.

Moody

a

s

Investors

a

share to 75c.

a

a

share

a

Mid-West Rubber Reclaiming Co.—Initial dividend of
$1
the $5 par common stock was
paid on July 10.

a

was

share

on

1

the no par common
share, payable Aug. 20.
]
the

on

on

no par

common stock in¬

share, payable Aug. 2.

Service—Dividend

$1.25 a share on account of
accruals and the regular quarterly dividend of 75c. a
share ordinarily
due a* this time on the $3 cumulative
participating preferred stock both
payable Aug. 16.
This payment will clear up all accruals on the issue *

Nehi

Corp.—Dividend of $1

stock and

a

share

the first distribution

was

was
on

a

share

on

the

paid July 31

no par common

on

the

common

this issue since 1931.

New York Merchandise Co.—Extra dividend of 10c.

a

regular

a

quarterly of 20c. a share on the $10 par common stock, both
Shoe

Co.—Initial

July 31 on the 5%
Old Joe

dividend

of

98.611c.

share

a

payable
auar-

was

naid

preferred stock.

yy'v'y;
Distilling Co.—Extra dividend of 20c.

dividend of 40c.

Ontario Steel

a

share

Products

on

the

common

Co., Ltd.—Dividend of $17.75

a

Aug.

14.

This payment will clear
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up

all back dividends

share

on

on

the

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with

sentiment.

New York
the extent of the
market's betterment.
This representative group of stocks
advanced 9.21 points after having fallen 5.62 points in June,
The

average

It

50

stocks

by the

compiled

shows graphically-and quickly

the

was

of

first

in the decline in the

break

market since

January, and the swift rally carried the index to the high¬

since the end of March. Through June, the stock
recorded a loss of 13.16 points; the July rally re¬
duced this net loss for the year to 3.95 points.

est point

Transactions on the New York Stock
more

than 25%

..

.

in July

of shares dealt in
shares

a share and a regular
stock, both payable July 26.

count of accumulations and the regular quarterly of $1.75 a
share ordi¬
narily due at this time on the 7 % cumulative preferred stock, both pavable

ferred stock.

simultaneously

average

share and

Nicholson File Co.—Special dividend of 20c. a share and a
regular
terly of 30c. a share were paid July 1 on the common stock.
Nunn-Bush

declined for five consecutive months,

having

"Times"

of

Motor Finance Corp.—Extra dividend of $1
stock, payable July 31.

the
stock market reversed its course abruptly and emphatically,
in July.
With the market suddenly released from several
of the cares and anxieties which had been weighing it
down, prices enjoyed their most decisive upturn for well
over a
year.
Market activity, not surprisingly, improved
After

in

June,

month since
the July

was

which

over

Exchange increased'

the June total.

The number

20,722,285 compared with 16,449,193
was

March, 1935.

the smallest

turnover for

trading showed up favorably in point of activity

when compared with the totals for the two months
immediately preceding.
For it compared with 34,793,159
shares turned over in July, 1936, and with 58,671,416 shares
only

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..

(

any

It should be said, however, that

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last January,

July 2 to

best that

40% July 7, with the close July 31 at 36%.

Union

Pacific

the busiest month of the year to date.
The
advance could be said to demonstrate
that the supply of stock coming on the market dried

was

the July

considerably, as evidenced by the steepness of the rise

up

prices.
Confidence that the market had got over
February to June ailments was not yet widespread.

in

firmer

The

The

was

most noticeable in the industrial shares.

for the briskness of the rise in some

reason

trial

of prices extended throughout the

tendency

entire list but

issues

not

was

its

far

The

seek.

to

steel

of the indus¬
shares

over¬

topped all others in strength, and their rally might justly
and obviously be laid to the breaking of the back of the

prolonged strike engineered by the Committee for Indus¬
trial Organization union against four of the largest inde¬
pendent producers of steel and to the consequent stepping

The copper stocks were again in the fore¬
the motors, manufacturing issues
shares were well taken.
Rail shares were lag¬

of output.

up

front of the advance, and
and

store

throughout the month.
Resumption of a more normal rate of production by the
four independent steel companies was of the most tangible
importance to the stock market.
Here was encouragement
Bond prices were quite firm

gards.

of

The extensive steel

demonstrable sort.

the most

strike

under way as May closed, caused
weekly steel output, as estimated by the American Iron and
•Steel Institute, to recede from 77.4% for the first week of
June from 91.0% for the last week of May.
After holding
at around 75% of capacity in June and falling to 67.3% in
the holiday week, steel production jumped to 82.7% in the
week beginning July 12 and to 84.3% for the last week
which

movement,

got

of July.

With

the

stockholders

their

to

in

the

last week

of the month.

Re¬

public's net income dropped to $487,251 in the second quar¬
ter

Chesapeake & Ohio fell from 57% July 8 to 51
with the close on the latter day at 51%. Southern
Railway was at its lowest July 2 at 28% and at its highest
July 21 at 35%, with the close July 31 at 32%.
A higher trend was noted in bond prices as a whole for
July.
Better grade bonds extended their gains from the
low points reached in April and medium grade securities
managed to recover some of the ground lost in June.
The
advance in higher grade securities was consistent and was;
carried through the close of the month.
Medium grade
bondsv however, were less fortunate and were subject to
28%.

July 31,

some

ment

irregularity late in the month.
Despite this develop¬
the net advance for the period was little affected

thereby.

following table we show, as usual, the fluctuations
different issues of United Statds Gov¬
ernment obligations, and a considerable number, likewise,
of domestic corporate and foreign government bond prices:
In the

for the month in the

First

Treasury 3

1947-1952

.1943-1945

Ms,

1944-1954
1946-1956
1943-1947
1951-1955
..1946-1948
1940-1943
1941-1945
1946-1949
1949-1952
1941
1944-1946
1955-1960
1945-1947
-—1948-1951
1951-1954
1956-1959
1949-1953

Treasury 4s

Treasury 3 Ms

from

$5,567,063 in the first

quarter

and Youngstown

Sheet & Tube's net income fell to $2,022,112 in the

second

quarter from $4,886,019 in the first quarter.
The earnings
statement of United States Steel, made public on July 27,
afforded

an

example of what the struck companies might

have done with peaceful labor

conditions prevailing.* This
largest of steel companies reported net income in the second
quarter of $36,173,682 compared with $12,862,423 a year
ago, and net for the first half-year of $64,735,215 compared
with $16,238,727 in the first six months of 1936.
Important as was the setback administered the John L.
Lewis forces in the steel industry, however, it was to be

Treasury 3s

Treasury 3s
Treasury 3Ms
Treasury 3 Ms
Treasury 3 Ms
Treasury 3 Ms

Treasury 3Ms

Treasury 3 Ms
Treasury 2 Ms

Treasury 2Ms.
Treasury 2 Ms

Treasury 2 Ms
Treasury 2 Ms
Treasury 2 Ms.

July,

Last

1937

Sale
Lowest

July 1
Treasury 4Ms

During

Range

Sale

Government Bonds

Treasury 3 Ms

rate of steel production snapping back so
smartly, the market was able to regard as water over the
dam the unfavorable second quarter earnings reports which
Youngstown Sheet & Tube and Republic Steel—the com¬
panies hardest hit in the long-drawn-out strike—rendered
.

moved up from 122 July 1 to 133 July 20, with
the close July 31 at 126.
Southern Pacific was at its low¬
est July 2 at 42% and at its highest July 23 at 51, with
the close July 31 at 48%.
Baltimore & Ohio moved up
from 25% July 2 to 30 July 7, with the close July 31 at1

July 31

Highest

115.16

115.16 July

117 .2

July

31

117.2

106.9

106.6

July

107 .2

July

19

106.30

111.10

111.9

July

112 .13 July

30

109.20

109.18 July

110 .29 July

30

106.17

106.17 July

107 .15 July

20

102.18

102.18 July

103 .20 July

31

103.20

103.31

103.29 July

105 .2

July 29

104.30

105.12

105.12 July

106

July

30

106.7

106 .22 July
105 .22 July

31

106.18

30

105.21

104" 16

July

104.15 July

106~4 "

106.1

July

105 .20 July
106 .19 July

106.3

106.3

July

107

100.13

100.13 July

102.19

100.15

104.22 July

105.30

30
31

106*19

July 29

106.29

29

101.16

102.12 July

101 .16 July
103 .12 July

30

103.11

100.15 July

101 ,19 July

28

101.18

99.23 July

100 .20 July
100 .16 July

29

100.18

30

100.14

99.2

99*17

99.15 July

97.23 July

99 .2

July

29

103

102.31 July

12 104.2

July

24

102.9

102.9

July

103

97.26

Federal Farm Mortgage—

..1944-1964

3Ms
3s

_

3s

1944-1949
*.....1942-1947
...1942-1947

1 103.12 July

30

July

2 104.8

July

31

101.12 July

2 102.8

July 30

102

102

July

100.11

100.9

July

1 103.4 July
2 101.10 July
2 101.2 July

2 Ms
Home Owners'Loan—

1952

3s series A

..1939-1949
1941-1944

2 Ms series B

2M8 series G

99.31

99.30 July

104.8

30

29

101.10

30

.

doubted that it overshadowed, as an augury of better times
for the recovery movement, the defeat

which the Roosevelt
Administration suffered on its court-packing scheme.
Open
debate began in the Senate on the judiciary reorganization
bill on July 6 and thereafter events moved swiftly to a
climax.
Senator Joseph T. Robinson, majority leader, who
had been President Roosevelt's main reliance in jamming
the bill

through Congress, died on July 14, and with his
passing whatever breath of life the court bill had passed
The Senate

too.

voted

on

July 22, 70 to 20, to recommit

the measure to the Judiciary

Committee, which was directed
to report within 10 days a substitute measure omitting
all provisions for changing the Supreme Court.
The im¬
provement in sentiment which the defeat of the court bill

it boded well for the future.

The

down

Administration
on

Administration to modify its attitude toward the behavior
of labor forces.
Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins de¬
clared

on

official

July 3 that "it is not and

position

Secretary that
able

never

appropriate."
This attitude contrasted with that
Secretary displayed during the General Motors
strike when she maintained that the legality of the sitseveral

never

been tested in the courts.

grounds July brought

Thus on

encouragement to the

stock

market.

As to the fluctuations in individual stocks, United States
Steel was at its lowest July 2 at 99 and at its highest

July 20 at 119%, with the close July 31 at 118%.
Steel
preferred was at its lowest July 8 at 130 and at its highest

July 28 at 137, with the close July 31 at 135.
American
& Tel. moved up from 165 July 1 to 172% July 30,
with the close July 31 at 172.
American Can rose from
95% July 1 to 110 July 31, with the close on the latter
date the same.
General Electric was at its lowest July 2

110

109M July

105 M
69 M

104 M July

52% and at its highest July 24 at 59, with the Close
July 31 at 58%.
Allied Chemical & Dye moved up from
218 July 2 to 239% July 28, with the close July 31 at 237
bid.
Westinghouse Elec. & Mfg. rose from 140 July 2 to

156% July 26* with the close July 31 at 153%, Consolidated
Edison Co. of N. Y. was at its lowest July 1 at 33% and
at its highest July 24 at 41, with the close July 31 at 38%.
In the railroad list, New York Central was at its lowest
July 2~at 35% and at its highest July 21 at 42%, with the
close

July 31 at 40.




Delaware & Hudson rose from 35%

96

79

77 M July

5s—-.1950
1992

99 M

98

119M

A.. 1975

22 M

1949
C C C & St L4Ms series E—1977
Erie ref & impt 5s of 1927
1967
Great Northern gen 4 Ms
1977

13M

80 M

111

105M July

4s.->-.1995

Convertible 4Ms
Bost & Maine 1st 5s ser

Brooklyn Union Elev
Ches & Ohio gen 4 Ms

Chic Milw St P & Pac 5s
Chic & N W 4 Ms

series A

91M
72

July

73

66 M July

104 M

67

July

81M July
102 M

103 M July

July

119M July
22 M July
13 M July
91M July
70 M July

122

July

26

26 M July

20
7

24 M

6

92 M

9

71

16M July
94 M July
75 M July

14 M

104 M

22

76

102 M July
70.
July

105M July

1963

80 M July

7

70 M

5s ser A & B .1947
Kan City Sou ref & Impt 5s__1950
Lehigh Valley (Pa) cons 5s..2003

100

100

July

102

100M

80

80

July

26
89 M July 20

111 Cent St L & N O 5s
Internat Paper

103 M

.

63

July

129 M July

131

63 M July

69

63 M

1967
1946

102

C
1978
N YNH&H 1st ref 4Ms—1967

38

102

63M

67M July

62 M July

1944

Liggett & Myers Tob 7s
Mo Kan Tex cum adj 5s
New York Central 3 Ms

130K

July
•

'

July

104M July

July

82 M July

87

July

38

July

42

July

84 M
39 M

20M

20

July

22

July

20

__1997

104 M

103

Pennsylvania RR deb 4Ms..1970

100 M

N Y C & St L 4 Ms ser

Conv deb 3 Ms

A

1970

aryland 1st 4s.

93

1939

Warner Bros Pictures 6s

Western M

105M
117

1952

Pitts CC&St L 5s ser

_

_

102 M

.1952

H July
100M July

105 M July

21

July

16

26
118
July 21
95 H July 23
103 M July 12

105 M

July

101M July

Argentine extl 4Ms

100M
106M

1971

Australia 5s of 1925

1955

1957

(Govt) 7s__.

VOLUME

OF

Month of July
Stock sales—No. of shares

Bond sales (par value)—
Railroad & miscell

State, munlc. & foreign
United States Govt
T'

Total bond sales-...
Jan. 1 to July 31—

Stock sales—No. of shares
Bond sales (par value)—

Railroad & miscell.....

State, munlc. & foreign
United States Govt....

117M
95

101M

Closing

July 31

Price

Lowest

101M July

100M July
105 M

July

107

July

July

104

July

12
27
21

101H

7

109 M

102 M

109M July

1949
Brisbane (City) 5s
1957
Canada (Dominion) 5s
1952
French Republic 7Ms stpd__19il
External 7s stamped
1949
German (Rep) 7s stamped1949
German (Govt) Internat 5 Ms
stamped... .............1966
New South Wales (State) 5s_1957
Norway 4s
.i..
1963
Queensland (State) ext 7s
1941
Rome (City) extl 6Ms.—---1952

106

1937

July,

103

Belgium (Kingdom) 6 Ms

105M
102 M

Highest

Range for

Price

July 1

Austrian

107M July

July

93

103

July

116

Opening

Foreign Bonds

Tel.

at

July

4s. 1948
...I960
A-C.1967

Atch Top & S Fe gen

Baltimore & Ohio 1st gold

has been an

the

down strike had

77 M

98 H July
80M July

95 M July

78 M

112

of the Department of Labor or of the
'sit-down' strikes are either lawful, desir¬

or

which

95 M

Allegheny Corp coll trust 5s. 1944
Amer & Foreign Power 5s—2030

July 31

Highest

Lowest

July 1

Northern Pacific 4s

forced by the Senate to back
the court reform bill.
Public opinion forced the
was

Price

Price

Bonds

Industrial

N Y Ont & Western ref 4s.__ 1992

engendered would be difficult to overstate. It was the most
serious defeat which the New Deal forces had encountered
and

and

Closing

Range for July, 1937

Opening
Railroad

110M July.

101M July

102 M July

26
15

106M

30

101M
112

112

July

113 M July

109 M

105

July

109 M July

105M July
33 H July

106 M July

19

July

21

30
July
2 103 M July
99 M July
2
13 110M July

7
12
17
8

July

21

34*"
28 M

28 M

July

103

July

98

July

109

98 M

July

72 M July

36

2

2

BUSINESS ON THE STOCK

1937

20,722,285
$

1936

34,793,159
$

75

103 M
99 M

EXCHANGE
1935

29,427,720
$

1934

21,113,076
$

220,710,000
23,338,000
38,523,000

178,323,000
33,881,000
23,471,000

159,245,000

24,844,000
11,632,000

160,504,000

282,571,000

235,675,000

263,752.000

124,028,000

35,223,000
69,284,000

234,390,398
154,276,102
295,547,699
249,593,212
$
v;.r v
$
',!<*:%■/
1,369,445,000 1,689,201,000 1,238,224,000 1,528,217,000
216,671,000
278,741,000

197,222,000
184,515,000

228,268,000

396,994,000

444,135,000

397,702,700

Total bond sales.... 1.864,857,000 2,070,938,000 1,910,627,000 2,322.913.700

MONTHLY REVIEW
VOLUME OF BUSINESS

Olf THE CURB EXCHANGE

transactions again referred to the renewal of older
DAILY RECORD

Stock Bales—No. of shares..
Bond sales (par
value)—

4,960,878

$99,584,000

950,000

1,206,000

$70,184,000
2,232,000
1,478,000

8,511,143
'

$28,971,000
906,000
508,000

Total bond sales..

$30,385,000

1.084,000

$73,894,000

$61,561,000 $101,874,000

Rates

70,964,277

83,411,412

$273,969,000 $521,940,000 $707,169,000 $640,340,000
8,309,000
11,524,000
9,926,000
23,496,000
6,837,000
7,966,000
7,416,000
18,652,000

Total bond sales

$289,115,000 $541,430,000 $724,511,000 $682,488,000

THE MONEY MARKET DURING

Foreshadowing
ments

of

42,503,381

29,935,783

Bond sales (par value)—

Foreign government
Foreign corporate

298

$

\

JULY, 1937

of gold, the virtual cessation of further engage¬
the

metal

in

London

the

and the first,

market

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silver

the

were

of the

outstanding features

While special causes,

such as the conclusion of a

exchange agreement with the Chinese

and the transfer of

London,

flow

return

factors

in

were

of

of

operation.

gold,

The

it

seemed

for

to

fundamental

growingly

the

adverse

served

to

incipient mild
observers

many

nature

that

coming into

were

balance

resulting from foreign trade developments
the exchange of

Government

Japanese balances from New York to

part responsible

more

a

past

of

payments

well as from

as

services, expenditures of tourists, &c., has

weaken

the

position

of the dollar.

with increasing fears among foreign investors

Moreover,

regarding the

possibility

of

dehoarded

gold in the London market and the beginnings

of

special

levies,

the

diminishing

of

pressure

moderate movement of repatriating French funds due

a

to measures of the

new regime, a distinct lessening of the
forces directing the flow of gold to this country has taken

place.

While

for

movement of funds

present indi¬

cations point to a continuation of the current trend and

further moderate

Following
trend

reduction

in

short interruption

a

of commercial

the

in

country's

gold

the protracted

a

stock.

upward

borrowing during the latter part of

June, these loans again expanded materially,
high since the depression.

new

Excess

bank

reaching
reserves

de¬

$60,000,000 during the month to $810,000,000. Gold
imports during the month totaled $116,200,000, of which
sum
$49,400,000 arrived from England, $44,600,000 from
$6,700,000

$3,200,000

from

from

of

Canada,

Australia,

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stock

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somewhat

chiefly in connection with the start

increased

of the

absorbed

supply,

crop movement,

dealer offerings,

all

and rates for average
grade

prime four- to six-month paper
remained at the previous rate of 1%. Under date of July 19,

the

Federal

Reserve

Bank

returns

received

total of

$284,600,000 of

from

of

New

York

commercial paper

announced

that

dealers showed

a

market commercial paper out¬
standing on June 30 compared with $286,900,000 at the
end of May, 1937, and with but
$168,700,000 at the end of
June, 1936.
v

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RATES FOR MONEY AT NEW YORK

Week Ended-

and

$5,500,000

$3,100,000

sources the

from

from

Call loans

on Stock Exchange:: :
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Range for week (mixed & ind. collat.)
Week's aver, (mixed & ind. collat.)._
Time loans (mixed & Indus; collateral):

India,

Holland.

total monetary gold

the

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18

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6 Months

foreign parts may again furnish the impetus

renewed westward

a

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4 Months

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possible reversal in the long westward

a

RATES

Mixed Collateral

on

90 Days

4 .......

Domestic

LOAN

'

.

.

0

Jan. 1 to July 31—
'
Stock sales—No. of shares..

OF TIME

4,145.740

$59,373,000
1,238,000

4,952,945

Domestic
Foreign government
Foreign corporate

movement

accom¬

modations.

Month of July

,

XX
XX

t

''/C i:;w'r:-y

Trading in bankers*
acceptances turned
very
quiet,
although the continued active demand again easily absorbed
the

limited
offerings.
Total
outstanding
acceptances,
according to the monthly survey of the Acceptance Anal¬
ysis Unit Of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, pub¬

country rose by approximately $140,060,000.
The inactive gold fund, after experiencing its first decline
during the week of July 21, from a high of $1,213,000,000

lished July 13, amounted to

$364,203,843 June 30 as against
$385,795,967 May 29 and $316,431,732 June 30, 1936.
With
the execption of a slight increase in dollar exchange bills,

to

all

000,000.

from

maturities,

from

$1,171,000,000, subsequently recovered to above $1,200,Treasury financing operations were confined to
the usual weekly $50,000,000 bill issues to
replace similar
in addition to the sale of three weekly issues
of $50,000,000 each, to mature in the next tax
period.
Dis¬
count holdings of the 12 Reserve banks increased
from

other
the

classes of acceptances showed seasonal declines
previous month, with import bills receding from

$167,505,817 May 29 to $157,034,526 June 30; export bills
$80,781,962 to $76,988,528; domestic warehouse credits
from $48,493,197 to $42,035,052, and bills based on goods
stored in or shipped between foreign countries from $74,-

$9,929,000 June 30 to $15,217,000 July 28, while bills bought

589,551 to $74,022,521.

in

mained unchanged at

the

open

market

declined

from

$3,801,000 June 30 to

$3,201,000 July 28, and total member bank reserves from
$6,900,288,000 June 30 to $6,775,505,000 July 28.
Average
discount

rates

for

273-day Treasury bills declined further

to a range between

0.485% and 0.514%, as compared with
from 0.545% to 0.619% during the preceding
month,
average yields on one- to five-year Treasury notes

Rates for

bankers'

while

of

over

Stock

1.31% to 1.14%, and those

on

Treasury bonds

five-year maturity from 2.54% to 2.41%.

Exchange, the official call loan rate

at 1%.

was

PRIME BANKERS'ACCEPTANCES

Call Loans
Secured by

Accept 'ces

On the

unchanged

-

Saturday

Sunday
Holiday

CALL LOAN RATES ON THE NEW YORK STOCK
EXCHANGE

Renewal

X 7i«
X 716
X 7,6

Renewal

Saturday
Sunday

Saturday
Sunday
X 7i«

Saturday
Sunday

Holiday

Saturday
Sunday

Saturday
Sunday
X V
X 7,«
X 716
X 716
Saturday
Sunday
X 716 k
,

Saturday

Time rates
at

1^4% for

on

one

security collateral loans were again quoted
to.three months, and 1%% for longer-term

accommodations.

Notwithstanding the slight expansion in
security trading, few new loans were negotiated, as most




re¬

day bills, and %% bid and 9/16% asked for bills running
150 and 180 days.
The New York Federal Reserve Bank,

a range

receded from

acceptances

%% bid and 7/16% asked for 30-day,
00-day and 90-day bills, 9/16% bid and V2% asked for 120-

Khs
v

7i«

X 7,s
X 716
Saturday

MONTHLY

16

Review," discussed conditions in the market

in its "Monthly

acceptances as follows:

for bankers'

"Trading in the bill market was very
A continued active

quiet during July.

demand for bankers' acceptances was re¬

ported, while the supply of bills remained limited.
Dealers'
portfolios, therefore, continued at minimum levels.
In
accordance with the usual experience, a decline occurred

As has been the case in
each month since January, however, the total volume of
hills outstanding at the end of June was larger than a
year previous.
The proportion of outstanding bills held
by accepting banks and bankers declined slightly further
to 75%.".
■, :->r'\
outstanding during June.

in bills

;

OF THE FEDERAL

RETURNS

BROKERS' LOANS IN

operations of the United States Treasury

The

in

often

so

RESERVE BANKS-

NEW YORK CITY

in July,

as

four years, were the most important

the last

on money and credit conditions.
What
contributed toward changes in the banking

influences bearing
the

Treasury

substantial building up of its deposit
Reserve Bank and, second, a
reduction in the monetary gold stock in one week of the
month for the first time in 17 months.
The second influence was really a corollary to the first, for the sale of gold
which was engineered was one of the factors which made
for the increase in the Treasury's drawing account with

statistics was, first, a

.

:

Federal

the

with

balances

KEVIEW
July 28, with loans off $48,000,000 and
Loans to commerce, in¬
dustry and agriculture increased $12,000,000, and loans to
banks were up $49,000,000, but the security loans of these
banks experienced a fairly sharp decline.
On the invest¬
ment side, the New York banks reported a reduction of
June 30 to

from

investments lower by $23,000,000.

$6,000,000 in their holdings of direct government securi¬
ties—this in spite of a $38,000,000 increase in this type of v.
security in the concluding week of the month.
Largely
because of the purchase of notes from the Reconstruction
Finance Corporation the New York banks were able to re¬
port a net increase of $14,000,000 in their
anteed issues.
Other securities declined

government guar¬
$31,000,000.

The

reporting banks in 101 cities showed a $201,000,000 decrease
in total loans and investments in the four weeks from
June 23 to July 21.
Of this decline, loans were responsible

worth.
Holdings of direct government
$134,000,000, and non-government issues
declined
$76,000,000, but government guaranteed issues
were up $35,000,000.
The reporting New York banks showed a $65,000,000 de¬
cline in their loans to
brokers and dealers in the four
weeks ended July 28, following a rise of $82,000,000 in the
five weeks from May 26 to June 30.
Street loans, as com¬
$26,000,000

for

securities declined

decreased $12,31 from $1,186,July 31, 1936, the total

piled by the New York Stock Exchange,
570,073 during July to $1,173,757,508 July

A year ago, on
aggregated $967,381,407.

327,581 June 30.
these loans

of

the System.

of the Treasury's operations, the
banks increased $135,005,000 from June 30 to July 28.
The taking of so substantial an amount of funds out of the money market was
the influence mainly responsible for the $60,000,000 reduc¬
tion in excess reserves of member banks in the four-week
First, as the net result

COURSE OF 5 TERLING

EXCHANGE DURING JUL Y

Treasury's deposits with the Reserve

The Treasury built up its balance in a number of
calls on depositaries, as reflected in the
$65,000,000 decline in the government's deposits with report¬
ing New York City banks during the four weeks.
The sale
of gold brought the Treasury additional funds.
Sales of
securities directly to the public by several governmental

period.

It levied

ways.

at the Treasury's dis¬

agencies helped to swell the cash

the Treasury realized $150,000,000 in the
three weeks of the month by sale of three issues of
Finally,

posal.
>

last

ruled firmer during July than at any
other time this year.
On July 20 exchange on London made
a new high for the year when cable transfers sold at $4.98^.
Commercial demand for dollars to meet autumn exports
from the United States developed earlier than usual and
was also heavier than in recent years.
Under normal con¬
ditions this dollar demand should have depressed sterling.
The firmer trend of sterling is believed to have induced an g
anticipatory demand for dollar settlements on commercial
account.
Under normal conditions of exchange the autumn
Sterling exchange

pressure on
of

first reflected in the monetary statis¬
gold fund for July 20,
decline of $41,778,787 was disclosed.
The Treasury

The sale of gold was

sources.

important factor,

/

an

when
,

Treasury of special bullion agreements with China and Brazil.
The joint statement issued
the

by

announcements

r

July 9 by Secretary of the Treasury Morgenthau and

on

Finance Minister of the Chinese Republic,
said that the United States had agreed to sell to the Gov-

Dr. H. II. Kung,

*

China

of

ernment

substantial

a

amount

of

and

gold

to

Then
on July 15 Secretary Morgenthau and the Brazilian Finance
Minister, Arthur de Souza Costa, announced that they were
entering into an agreement whereby this country would sell
gold to Brazil up to a total of $60,000,000 and to make dol¬
acquire from China an undisclosed amount of silver.

exchange available to

lar

Brazil "for the purpose of pro¬
It is possible that some of

moting exchange equilibrium."

gold which came out of the inactive fund on July

the

20

the performance of the
indicated that the United States was losing some of

sold to European nations, since

was

dollar
the

balances which had come to it in the last two

foreign

and

a

half

and the market expected these de¬

sale

of

sioned

in the third week of the month occa¬

gold

drop of $19,000,000 in the monetary gold stock for

a

In the succeeding week further repercussions

the week.

of

the monetary statistics,
the Federal Reserve statement for the week ended July 28
deal

the

China

with

appeared in

Silver

showing a rise of $21,000,000 in Treasury currency.
taken

over

rise

in

gold

on

stock

by -the United States from China would cause a

Treasury currency.

Tie loss of nearly $42,000,000

July 20 did not, however, suffice to make the gold
in the period from June 30 to July 28.
Tie

lower

receipt of $116,200,000 from the rest of the world in July,
as

the

in

reflected

gold movements,

until around the end of August.
market also reported that there was a considerable

The

other foreign funds from dollars
Dutch guilders.
This movement away
the dollar was a continuation of the trend which had
in evidence since May, and originated in fears that

movement of French and

Federal

Reserve's

daily statements of

left the United States gainer of gold on

and

sterling

into
from

been

States might impose some

United

the
tion

foreign

on

These fears were

form of extra taxa¬

funds invested in American securities.
further aggravated by the opinion widely

investors that the United States

held by French

authorities g

might be willing to accede to plans of the French Govern¬
ment for an interchange of investment data relative to ■?;

domiciled in the United States.
However,
month the anxiety felt on both these

funds

foreign

toward the end of the

subsided and evidence accumulated that foreign
again seeking profit and security in the Amer¬

grounds

money was
ican

market.

further strengthened by a movement of
from dollars into sterling.
For many
Japanese interests had been shipping gold to the
States.
By the end of July such shipments had

Sterling was

funds

Japanese
weeks

United

years.

The

\,A

to

mands to continue

a

did not make public the identity of the nation or nations
which bought the gold.
But the sale followed hard on

,

offset by heavy

London derived from numerous
Tourist requirements for exchange on London; were
funds

of

tics in the statement of the inactive

,

end

.

movements

discount bills.

sterling rarely develops until toward the

August.
'
The demand for dollars was more than

approximately $120,000,000, and informed sources
that
before the movement terminated Japan *

totaled

estimated
would

Of

ship not less than $200,000,000 of gold.
Japanese gold sales to the United States •
in dollar credits.
Early in July the market took ,

probably

course,

resulted

the

cognizance of the transfer
into

sterling.

of these Japanese dollar credits

.

„

Sterling was also firmer as the disturbed political con¬
ditions in many parts of the world induced a flow of foreign
money

of safety. There was also
foreign funds into London to estab¬

into London for purposes

the usual movement of

4

balances there on commercial account.
The
crisis which developed in France toward
of June was an important factor in forcing funds

lish necessary
severe

monetary

balance.

the end

rose

into sterling.

The monetary gold stock from June 30 to July 28
$115,000,000 to a new all-time high of $12,443,000,000.
Execpt for these Treasury matters, the banking figures
showed few changes of importance.
Federal Reserve credit
in use declined $2,000,000.
Member bank borrowings from
the Reserve System increased $5,288,0b0, while bills bought
in the open market by the Reserve banks decreased $600,000.
The

System's portfolio of government securities showed no

change as to total amount, but $8,000,000 of Treasury notes
were

sold out and replaced with a like amount of Treasury

Member bank

bills.

reserve

balances decreased $124,783,000

compared with a decline of $60,000,000 in
The indication
were

reduced

was

excess

reserves.

that member banks deposit requirements

by about $65,000,000 owing to

a

fall in de¬

Foreign deposits with the Reserve banks rose $27,642,000 to the very high figure of $185,042,000.
posits.

For the reporting
showed a decline

a month of declining
The reporting New York City banks

banks, July was

loans and investments.

of $71,000,000 in their outstanding

credit

The British

Government took special note of the tendency

of foreign money

to seek the London market when toward
Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sir John

the end of June the

bill to increase the British equaliza¬
£200,000,000. Tiis bill passed its third read¬
ing on June 30 and became a law on July 1.
Tiis brought
the British equalization fund to £575,000,000.
It was the
second I increase in
the fund, which was started in 1932
with £175,000.000.
Sir John 'Simon explained to the Com¬
mons that, the purpose of increasing the equalization fund
was to aid
general world trade.
:
;
Before the increase was voted members of Parliament
referred to the danger of a "break" in the "corner of gold"
and of a possible loss to Great Britain from a reduction
in the United States gold price.
The Chancellor replied:
Simon, introduced a

tion fund

"We

are

by

much

abundant.

It

better secured
is

and our resources are fairly

unlikely that

any

sudden or

sustained
vfK

,

m:. -pm




Aug., 1937]
losses of gold

barrass us."

could
'

•

occur

which would seriously

now

as

em¬

was

The

bringing up the resolution to enlarge the equalization
fund, the veil of secrecy which had concealed its operations
its

organization
that

was

lifted.

partly

March 30

on

ascertained, but it

was

believed to be far in

of

announcements

market.

made that

excess

available

no

at

the

ary,

absorbed

was

by

British

statement just prior to the suspension of
gold in
On July 5 the
plan of the Belgian Premier,
Zeeland, to bring about a broad international
agreement
to

fund was

the

total

gold

on

offer

in

on

private account

London

details of

any

Van

Zeeland

the negotiation.

was

proceeding

He

with

said

that

inquiries

"to

Van Zeeland was ; "the only vehicle of
United Kingdom's expression."
Mr. Chamberlain made it clear that
he was no more
ready than his predecessor, Mr. Baldwin, to undertake gen¬

the

open market during
In fact, hoarding of gold

in

disclose

M. Van
economic

subject of inquiry in the British
However, Prime Minister Chamberlain refused
a

whether Premier

the

resumed

was

made

was

among a number of States,
including signatories of the
tripartite currency agreement."
Mr. Chamberlain returned
an
abrupt "No" to a question by a Laborite member as to

absorbing even larger amounts
during many days.
The flight of hoarders from gold came to an abrupt end
before the close of June, as partly evidenced by the fact
July amounted to only £5,406,000.

Septem¬

endeavor to ascertain how far it is
possible to obtain agree¬
ments
on
certain general principles
of economic policy

the heaviest purchaser, not only buying in the
open market
at price-fixing time, but

that

period on record during which this
The previous longest period of
cheap

ber, 1931.

the British ex¬

equalization

30, 1932.

all-time high of £498,338,000, which
compared with £448,a year earlier, and with
£351,618,000 in the Bank's
statement just prior to the
suspension of gold in 1931.
In keeping with the
expansion in circulation, the Bank
continued to add to its bullion
holdings, which on July 28
reached £327,516,168 as
compared with £240,948,244 a year
earlier, with the minimum of £150,000,000 recommended by
the Gunliffe
Committee, and with £136,880,252 in the Bank's

market offerings for the month to reach an all-time
of £22,424,000.
At the same time London market
the

June

on

570,759

Premier

believed that

established

an

open

Parliament.

observers

had been

as represented
by the bank rate lasted from Febru¬
1894, \ to September, 1896, when the rate was also 2%.
July 28 circulation of the Bank of England reached

It should be recalled that in June there was a marked
flight of delioarded gold from London, which caused the

high

it

had prevailed.

change equalization fund.

open

Great

On

such quantities of gold were placed

gold

of

money

This discrepancy was taken to indicate clearly

incoming

trade

the longest

was

rate

the open market in that period.
The most that could be
accounted for during the four days was
approximately

that

internal

2%,

which level

This

on

£1,300,000.

the

thereby to stimulate domestic trade and
It was revealed that British bank
clearings
had increased
12% in the first half of the year.
The Bank of
England rate of rediscount continued at

instance, on July 27 the London "Gazette"
reported that during the four days ended July 27 imports
of gold into the United
Kingdom were valued at £11,621,519,
while exports totaled only £350,865.
The principal feature
of the imports
during those four days was the receipt of
£6,126,014 from France and of £1,689,058 from Russia, the
first receipts from these sources in several weeks.
The
was

in

serving
manufactures.

of the

the

in

upswing

largely responsible for the increase in the cir¬

years,

For

point

gold

was

by foreign

^-p t;.p ■;

culation of the Bank of England. < It was disclosed in
July
that British
foreign trade in respect to exports and re¬
exports was also increasing more
rapidly than in several

The

the fund held

believed to be the heaviest buyer of
gold reaching the Lon¬
don market.
The full extent of its purchases could not be

day-to-day

;v

steady

Britain

Chancellor
26,674,000 fine
ounces of gold,
approximately $933,590,000. The Chancellor
promised that the position of the fund would be made public
every
six months, with; the sole- qualification that the
figures would be three months old. .The holdings of the
British fund on March 30 were in addition to the 73,482,000
ounces of
gold which the Bank of England held in the
specie department for its note circulation.
!
In July, as in
June, the British equalization fund was
announced

also the acquisition of British bank notes

interests.

'

In

since

I

MONTHLY EEYIEW

eral economic conferences without the most careful
prepara¬
tion and exploratory studies.
In regard to a series of ques-

during July,

DAILY RATES OF EXCHANGE ON CONTINENTAL CITIES
Paris

.Swiss

Holland

Francs

Belgium

Italian

Francs

Guilders

Greek

Belya

Lira

Drachma

July
Bankers'

Checks

3.83 #03.85#

3.83^a3.85
3.83#o3.84
3.84

Banters'
Cables

3.84

03.84#

o3.84# 3.84 #03.84#
SUN DAY

Checks

SUN DAY

03.87# 3.87#o3.87#

HOLI DAY

22.89

-

022.90

DAY-^>,ry
SUN
a3.887,6 22.90 #022.92
3.88#o3.88# 22.92 #022.94
022.94
3.88#o3.88# 22.93

3.87#o3.88#
3.87#o3.88#
3.88
03.88#
3.87 #03.88#
3.82 #o3.85#

3.S2#o3.85# 22.91 #0.92#

3.76

3.76#o3.77# 22.89#o.90#

3.88

3.87 s,6o .88#

03.77

SUN DAY

3.74#o3.78#
3.74 #03.75#
3.71#o3.76#
3.70 #03.73#
3.72#o3.73#
3.72#o3.73#

3.75#o3.79#
3.75
o3.75#
3.72#o3.77#
3.71 #03.74#
3.73 #03.74#
3.73#o3.74

SUN DAY

.

.

22.93

022.94

Cables

O22.09 22.06

22.07

022.08

O22.09 22

09

SUN DAY

Checks

22.12
022 12

22.12

Cables

SUN DAY

5.26#

5.26
5

2605.26#

5.26#
5.26#
90#o.91
5.26#o5.26# ,90#o.91

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022.14 25.54
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y-

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5.26a5.26#
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b

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'

SUN

5.26#o5.26#
5.26#o5.26#
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5.26# a5.26#
5.26#o5.26#
5.26#fl5.26#

Bankers'

Bankers'

91#o.91
91#a.91

91#o.91#
DAY

Spanish
Peseta

AC

Cables

<

Bankers?
Checks
;
Cables

HOLI DAY

24.89#a.92# 40.10#a40.14 40.11

5.08

5.08

5.12

SUN D
DAY
HO
HOLI D'AY

DAY
DAY

040.15 18.73ol8.78 18.73#a.79

a24.91 24.89# 024.92 40.11#a50.15 40.12
O40.16 18.73al8.79 18.74al8.80
22.11022
025.55 25.53#a.55# 24.88024.
i.12# 25.53
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25.57#a25.58 24.92o24.92
24,92#a24.93 40.16 O40.17 40.16#fl40.18 18.76al8.80 18.76#a.81
DAY
DAY
DAY
SUN DAY
SUN DAY
O22.20 25.60
025.63 25.60#a.63
24.95
024.98 24.95#o24. 99 40.18O40.19# 40.18#a40.20 18.76ol8.80 18.77al8.81
022.21 25.61
025.62 25.62
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24.97
024.98 24.97#a24.99 40.20
O40.22 40.20#O.22# 18.76al8.81 18.77al8.82
022.19
025.62 25.61a25.62
24.95#a24.97 24.96a24.97# 40.20 040.23 40.21
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022.21 25.60
025.64 25.60#a25j
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DAY
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SUN DAY
SUN DAY
SUN DAY
^
22.20#o22.22 25.63#o25.65 25.64
025.66 24.98#o25.00
24.99
O40.23 40.21#a40.25 18.76al8.80 18.77al8.81
O25.01 40.21
22.24
022.25 25.68
025.69 25.68
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25.68
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22.11

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22.91
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22.90 #0.91# 22.91
0.91# 55.09
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HOLI DAY

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"

MONTHLY REVIEW

18

respecting the possible

tions in the House of Commons

;pln commenting

sum¬

"The

22.
At that time Mr. Baldwin said that
Government would be willing to participate in
world conference "provided that a thorough and compre¬
last April

tions

hensive investigation

on commitments payable in gold or foreign cur¬
which had been in effect on June 29 and 30, was
lifted on July 1 after the new Cabinet had received parlia¬
mentary authorization to exercise emergency decree powers
for a period of two months.
Pursuant to this authoriza¬

rencies,

showed that such a conference would

to succeed."
on
offer in the London open market

be likely

Gold

during July

tion, the government

£22,424,000 in June
and with £12,276,410 in May.
During the month the mean
London check rate on Paris ranged between 127.98 and

amounted

to £5,506,000 compared with

tion

was

closed from June 29 to July 2, inclusive.

$0.0384 in this market and 128% francs per pound in Lon¬
representing a depreciation of about 12% from the

don,

Dur¬

limit of devaluation previously in effect and a total

ing this period the London

lower

mally quoted 119-110 francs to

decline

check rate on Paris was nor¬
the pound. The American
price for gold (Federal Reserve Bank of New York) con¬
London open market money rates
Two- and three-months' bills, 9/16%; fourmonths'
bills,
19/32%, and six-months' bills, 23/32%.
Sterling cable transfers sold on July 1 at $4.94 7/16@
$4.94 15/16, and on July 31 at $4.97%@$4.97%.
The low
for sterling in July was $4.94 7/16 on July 1, and the high

121654872304
65

1265340897

$4.98^

on

July

on

Paris

on

6d.

1

*119.00

2

*119.00

140s.

6d.

18.

3

128.76

140s.

6d.

19.

...

128.49

believed that the French

139s. lid.

considerable amount of gold and foreign currencies

139s. lid.

132.79

139s.

8d.

21.

133.37

139s.

8d.

6%d.

128.35

140s.

4%d.

22.

134.18

139s.

7

128.20

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l%d.
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23.

133.25

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133.07

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128.24
128.15

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25.

128.07

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10

140s.

140s.

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%d.

sun DAY

139s.

133.07

9d.

132.93

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6%d.

12

128.01

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2d.

28.

132.89

139s.

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13

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132.85

139s.

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14

127.98
127.98

140s.

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132.83

139s.

8%d.

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128.03

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31.

312.80

139s.

8%d.

16

130.02

140s.

l%d.
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27.

SUN DAY

11

♦

Nominal quotations—market in Paris

ately firmer towards the end of the month and
on the 29th was $0.0375.
(Continued

suspended.

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56.97a57.25

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8.73a8.85

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33.06

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Manila
Peso

Checks

pore

Dollar
Checks

Java

Bombay
Rupee

Guilders

Checks

Checks

29.64a292932 28.73a28.77 50.25a50.30 57.95a58.05 37.32a37.35

55.16

29.64a292932 28.72a28.75 50.25a50.30 57.89a58.10 37.30a37.33

65.19

37.30a37.33
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55.18

sun DAY
HOLI DAY?.

5

8

3.70

56.99a57.25

9.50

79.52a79.50

9

3.70

56.99a57.25

9.50

79.25a79.50

32%
32%
32%
32%

3.70

56.99a57.25

9.50

79.25a79.50

32%

3.70

56.99a57.25

9.50

3.70

56.99a57.25

9.50

3.50

56.99a57.25

9.50

21.....

50)

garia

(Serbia)

Hungary

Zloty

4

3

on page

Bul¬

Yugoslavia

Czecho¬

Canada

1

'

the closing

rate

DAILY RATES OF EXCHANGE ON OTHER CENTRES

March

July

during

The franc rose slightly in this mar¬
ket to a high of $0.0388% on the 13th.
Shortly thereafter,
however, the flow of funds to France associated with short
covering subsided rather abruptly, and franc quotations de¬
veloped a more irregular tendency in a comparatively in¬
active market. A low of $0.0371% was reached in New York
on the morning of July 22, but the -market became moder¬
the first half of July.

20.

6d.

6

■

It is generally

stabilization fund, in intervening

supply the market's requirements for francs, acquired a

to

sun DAY

140s.

SUN DAY

5

speculative positions in French exchange.

Gold Price

132.10

Britain's suspension of gold

payments in September, 1931.
'The further depreciation of French exchange was fol¬
lowed at once by a considerable movement of funds to
Paris from abroad, reflecting principally a covering, at the
new
and profitable levels, of some of the most volatile

Open Market

Paris

131.34

17.

140s.

4*...

ments which began with Great

Londont

Check Rate

July

Conse-:

series of currency realign¬

which had prevailed prior to the

Mean

London

London

Open Market
Gold Price

1928-1936 gold parity.

currencies became reestablished at a level not far from that

price of gold in london

Mean
London

the

result

July 20.

Check Rate

from

previously effected in the dollar and the pound, with the
that the exchange relationship among these three

in July were:

london check rate on paris and

42%

of

quently the decrease in the market value of the franc in
terms of gold corresponded fairly closely to the reductions

tinued at $35 an ounce.

was

abrogated the limits of franc devalua¬

established by the monetary legislation of Oct. 1, 1936,

and, with the resumption of trading in French exchange
on July 1, closing quotations for the franc on that day were

pound. Pending changes in the French
Cabinet and monetary policies, the Paris foreign exchange

134.18 francs to the

I market

temporary moratorium decreed by the French Gov¬

ernment

the British
a

the foreign exchange situation during
New York said in its

on

July the Federal Reserve Bank of
"Monthly Review" for Aug. 1:

moning of a world conference, Mr. Chamberlain on July 5
said that he stood on Mr. Baldwin's reply to similar ques¬

V''
50.25a50.35 58.09a58.25 37.39a37.44

55.18

37.41a37.42

55.18

37.36a37.42

65.19

37.38a37.45

65.19

28.78a28.82
4.48%a.505 30.23a30% 29.63a29'Sj6
25%
58.14a58.30
60.25
a4.50 30.28a307,6 29.65a29'5,6 28.78a28.84
5.16a5.19 25% a 25% 4.49
50.25a50.30 58.03a58.25
04.50 30.23a30% 29.61a292932 28.76a28.81
5.16a5.19 25% a 25% 4.49
50.25a50.30 58.09a58.25
a4.51 30.24a30% 29.61a292932 28.77a28.81
5.16a5.19 25% a 25% 4.49
50.25a50.30 58.14a58.30
a4.51 30.29a307i6 29.63a29'5,6 28.78a28.79
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55.19

29.55a29273z 28.81a28.99 50.25a50.30 58.25a58%

37.47a37.55

55.19

28.93a28.95 50.25a50.30 58.28a58.40
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28.91a28.92 50.25a50.30 58.28a58.40
29.38a29%
29.35a29% 28.88a28.91 50.25a50.30 58.20a58.35

37.50a37.55

55.30

37.48a37.53

55.30

37.49a37.54

55.30

sun DAY

3.60

56.99a57.25

3.50

56.99a57.25

9.50

3.60

56.99a57.25

9.50

79.25a79.50
79.25a79.60
79.25a79.50
79.35a79.50
79.35a79.50
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3.50

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3.50

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28.91a28.94 50.25a50.30 58.31a58.50 37.52a37.58

55.30

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55.42

28.97a28.99 50.25a50.30 58.34a58.55 37.59a37.63
28.94a28.95 50.25a50.30 57.36a58.45 37.55a37.56
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sun DAY

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3.50

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32
32

32
32

55.45

55.39

55.38

65.40
55.35
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55.37

.,

i': -.v;:;;<

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF

BOND

PRICES DURING JULY

109.25 Sale

106.3

1

July

13

100.13

Sale""

July

106.11

104J22

July

1

104.16 Sale

7Sept"l5

1948-1951

100.13

July

6

106.15 Sale

102.12

July

2

102.18

Sept15 1945-1947

1937

July

1Q4411(&3

9

100.15

16571

1

July

6

99.23

165711 losfie

July

100.15

July

1

Saie~"

"99."l5 Juiy""I

ioI7l5 Sale""

"973l3 July"~2

105.30 Sale

105717 Sale""

101.7
102.9

Apr~."~2 105"l7 Jau"~2

101

8 106.10

Jan. 22

105.23

Jan.

Apr.

8 105.23

Jan.

July

2 105.1

Feb. 16

99.6

15179" l'oi'io

Apr. 28 105.10

101.8

102.22

165721 Saie " 102730 103".I6
105720

Apr.

166711

Sale

Apr.

8 104.10

Jan.

15
2

4

105.3

23%
45%
99% Sale
12%
14
12%
13%
12%
14
12%
13%
12%
13
12%
12%
12% Sale

12

10%
10%
10%

100%
101%*

24

23% July
23% July
99

July
12% July
12% July
12% July
12% July
12%
Sale
10% July
11% July
11%
11% July
11%
100
July
Sale
100% 102
Sale 100.23 102.8 100253zJuly

101%.^.. 100.23102
1002132101% 100.10102

1002332July
100%, July
101%, July
1002'«101% 100 %# Sale 100%# July
100% Sale 99.31100.16 100'32 July
101,532Sale
101% Sale 101% July
100> 100% 99.31100.20 993'32July
100% Sale 101% Sale 100% July
91 % July
91% Sale
93% Sale
101"32Sale

For footnotes

see

page 30




101.4

102

1
2
20
1
14
2
2
1
6

24

2

July

6

102.31

23%

13

Jan.

100.9

23% Sale

4

Jan.

103.2

23% Sale
99
100%
12% Sale
12
12%
12 :
12%

Jan.

104.22

Jan.

4

July
24% July
99% July
14
July
13% July
12% July
13% July
12% July
12% July
7
12% July
14 102
July
22 101^32July

20
23
June
22
22% Apr.
13
97
May
21
11% June
29
12
June
2
11% June
6
11% June
23
10% July
22
11
June
26
11% June
26
98% Jan.
1 100«32July

29
30
23
29
21
30
24
2
2

2 1002332July 29 103
Jan. 22
2 100%. July 30 102% Feb.
4
5 100% Feb. 19 103% Jan. 28
5 100%# July 29 102% Feb.
4
1 lOO'az July 21 102% Jan. 19
1 101
Feb. 18 102% Jan. 22
6
993'32July 24 103
Jan. 12
12
96% Apr. 22 101% June
8
26
90% June
1 93% July 26

IOD32 July
100 % July
101% July
100% July
100% July
lOl'Wuly
100%# July
101% July
93% July

8

30

Feb.115

9 30
Feb. 15
1 100% June 28
14 20% Jan. 10
11
20
Jan.
5
11
20
Jan.
6
30 20% Jan.
5
1
17% Jan.
5
24

10% Jan.

5
16% Jan.
5
July 20
22 102% Feb.
9
18

4 102

N. Y. STOCK
-

Sales in
July Value
$

'

38.000
18,000

18,000
32,000
634,000
706,000
447,000
238,000
v
63,000
63,000
1
34,000
'

\h

N. Y.

51 S
M N

J

F

A

M

8

J

J

J

D

M S

A

O

J

D

I

D

A

O

A

O

J

D

stamped

..........1961

Readjustment
Refunding s f

4*5-4*5*——J'Z*

Extl readjust

4H-4*5s—.. 1977

4*5e^*4s—1W<>

4*5-4*5 $ bonds
1975
3% external s f $ bonds....... 1984
Bulgaria (Kingdom of)—
; •:
Extl

61,000

s

f

♦S f 78 July coupon

hi- 77,000

off_.......1967

♦S f 734s May coupon

F

A

J

D

V

101

O
S

M

S

91

F

A

S

F

82*5

A

A

O

ir

MN
J

J

J

85*5
62*5

J

off——1968

M N

24

O

178,000
♦Ry ref extl s f g 6s...
Jan 1961
♦Extl s f 6s Int ctfs
Sept 1961
93,000
♦Extl sinking fund 6s.........1962
17,000
♦External sinking fund 6s
1963
127,000
87,000 ♦Chile Mtge Bank of gu a f tH® -1957
♦Guar s f gold 6*5s—........ 1961
71,000
♦Guaranteed s f gold 6s
.1961
59,000
♦Guaranteed sinking fund 6S..1962
75,000
76,000 ♦Chilean Munlc Loan 7s —.....1960

22,000

2,299,000
39,000
32,000
84,000
158,000
328,000

103

*|

Sale

64*5

Sale

20

20

20

28

30

'28*5
31

41

39*5
39*5

Sale

Sale

20*5

Sale

20

8

83*5 Sale
83*5
84*5
83*5 Sale
85*5 Sale
62*5 Sale

Sale

*5 Sale
*5 Sale

20

92

Sale

30

27

97
90
90

Sale

Sale

20*5
20*5
20*5
20*5

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

20

J

D
D

17 *5 Sale
17 *5 Sale

17*1

Sale

Sale

X Sale

Sale

O

17

M S

J

8

A

O

Sale

J-VA
Sale

16*5 Sale

D

M

J

A

18 *5

'21*5

32 X Sale
32 *£ Sale

O

24

MN

27*5

26*5 Sale
26*5 Sale
23*5
24*5
23*5
23*5

F

A

23 u

J

D

100*5

(Republic)—

M N

F
F

A
J

MN

on......1951
M 8
Cuba (Rep of) 5s of 1904 .......1944
5s ext debt Ser A of 1914—...1949
4 Ha external loan..........—1949
30-year s f 5H»
1953
♦Public Works 5H«—June 30 1945
Csechoslovak (Rep of) extl 8s...1951
Sink fd 8s ser B
1952
Denmark 20-yr external gold 6s .1942
External g 5Ha—
...1955
External g 4H*
1962
Deutsche Bank Am part ctfs 4s
1932
M S
♦♦Stamped extd to Sept 11935——
M S
Dominican Republic B f 5 Hs
1942
1st ser 5 Ha of 1926
.1940 A O

Sale

97*5 Sale
77
79*5
78*5 Sale
96*5 Sale

A

J

110

118*5
102*5
25

„

45*5
102*5
103

103*5

34
100;
102
98

102*5
59

Sale

106*5

105*5

Sale

104

Sale

105*5
101*5
101

Sale

Sale

—

8
Jan. 11
104*5 Mar. 17 110
99*5 Mar. 19 103*5 June 22
98

27

9

31
27
27
28
30
30
26
26
6,

8

Mar. 17

5*5

5*1

2

A O
M S
5Hs 1st series.........—.—1969 M S
~4", 606
5H« 2d series...—
..——1969 MS
6,000
6,000 ♦Dresden (City) extl a f 7s ......1945 MN

"3", 660

1940
5*5s 2s ser.—...1961

2d series sinking fund 5Hs
Customs Adm

El Salvador (Rep) 1st af 8s A...1948
♦Certificates of deposit......
14,000
12,000 Estonia (Republic) 7s......... .1967
44,000 Finland (Rep of) external 6S....1945
1953
42,000 ♦Frankfort (City of) a f 6Ha
38,000 French Republic 7 Ha stamped..1941
7 H* unstamped
.........1941
17,000
External s f 7s stamped..—...1949
8,000
7s unstamped...
...1949
34,000

German Gov't International—

5

Apr.
5
Apr.
5*5 Apr.

9*5 Mar.
9*5 Mar.
1

450,000
127,000

♦35-year 5Hs stamped........1965

179'000

♦German Republic 7s stamped..1949

19%
70

Sale"

77

VP*
80

70

79*5
74
68

"*%uly'

July ; 2
27*5 July V 2

♦7s unstamped-............1949
Communal Bka—

German Pro? 8k

♦S f 7Hs series B

22

29
29

im

Sale

VP*
30

24*5
23*5 24*5
100*5 101*5
99*5 Sale

7J*
88
96*5 Sale

33*5
101*5

4

40

Jan.

4

40

A

Feb.

6

Feb.

4

2
1
1

19*5 July

1
29*5 July
July
1
29*5 July
July
July 21 23*5 July
July
July 15 24
7
23*5 July
July
2 100*5 July
July
1
99*5 July
July
July
84
July 14 85
July
77*5 July 23 80
97
July
9
95*5 July

26*5
26*5
23*5
23*5
23*5
99*5
97*5

6,000
260,000
19,000
76,000
393,000
394,000

75"""Jufy

28

"76"

76

Feb.
Feb.

Feb.

Sale

110

Sale

A O

29

34

Sale

Sale"

25*5

28*5

26

29*5 Sale
33*5 34*5
28*5 Sale

—

J

Extl sinking fund 5H*
.1965 MN
Jugoslavia (State Mtge Bank}—
♦7s Unmatured coupons on...1957 A O
18,000
1,000 ♦Leipzig (City) external iff 7s.1947 F A
Lower Austria (Province of)—

7Hs Unmatured coupons on..1950 J D
1,000
1954 J D
72.000 ♦Medellln (Colombia) 6 Ha
45,000 ♦Mexican Irrlg Assenting s f 4 Hs 1943
♦Mexico(U S) external 5s of 18994 1945 Q J
♦Assenting 6s of 1899.1945 ....
'I'boo
♦Assenting 6s large............... Q J
10,000
♦Assenting 5s small............... Q J

33

26*5

27*5

_

99

100

18*5
15*5

25
18*5
106

21*5

100

Sale

21

!
:
1

38
38
31

1
;

98

18

105

21

ij s

12

Jan.

22
29
29
23
4
105*5 Jan.
2
105*5 Jan.
106*5 June 23
102*5 July 30
101*5 June 23

Sale

Apr.

Jan.

12

74*5 Jan.

2

82*|

Jan.

2

82

8

72
73

Jan.

4

75

June 28

81*5 Mar. 11

July 21
74*5 June 29
19*5 May 11

tiH liiSr. i

21*5
48

120
85*5 Sale
74*5 79*5
67*5 71*5
98
Sale

Sale

113

83

27*5

Sale

80*5
24

Sale
Sale
Sale

98*5 Sale
85

38*5
23*5
97

"1H "188

Sale

42
26

7

29*5
29

33

29*5 July
33*5 July
28
July
LOO
July
23*5 July
19*5 July
L05
July

30*5 July 17
37*5 July 20
July 31
July 30
July 29
22
July 16
12
6 105 *5 July 27

23*5 July
23*5 July
25*5 July

25*5 July
25*5 July
25*5 July

24
Sale

61*5
113
86
82

72*5

If*
63

Sale

80*5

Sale

July
July
July
July
92*5 July
77*5 July
85

41*5 Sale
23
28*5

40

26

104*5 100*5 104*5 a98
11
11*5 Sale
11*5 Sale
4*5
5
4*5
4*5
5*5
6
8*5
555
8
6
6
8
9*5
7*5
4*5
5

16
1
7

10
114*5 July 21
88
July
"
85*5 July
74
July
62

60*5 July

83*5
W* 71*1
73

93

29*5 July 30

8

113*1
Sale

21

July

99*5 July
87

July

41*5 July
26
July

July
July

16
8

29*5 Jan.
4
19*5 Apr. 10

6

July

13

June 30

95
11
4

Mar. 4
Feb. 16

July 31
July 30
Mar.

2

June 28
Mar. 10

30*5 Mar. 22
30*5 Mar. 22
30*5 Mar. 22

27*5 Mar. 23
62*5 June 25
1
Mar. 18 115*5 June
4
Mar. 30 93*5 Feb.
Feb. 15
94
5
Jan.
July 19 82*5 Feb. 23
8
July 17 100*5 June
9
July 20 89*5 June

6

27

13

35*
96*5 Jan.
8 101*
25
17
Mar. 23
15*5 Jan.
8 20*5
105
May
5 107

5

July

July

41

4

4

July

7*5 July
9*5 July

32

8

80*5
71*5
92*5
77*5

22
11

28*5 July 21
25*5 June 7
36
June 21
30
June 19

21

Jan. 30
Jan. 13
5
Jan.
5
Jan.
1
Feb.

Jan.
Jan,
Jan.

31 *5 May 24

Jan.
27*5 Jan.

Ill
80

6

Mar. 23
June 28

25
Mar. 4

23*5 Jan.

21*5
21*5
21*5
21 *5
47*5

May

July 30

124

20*5 Jan.
5
18*2 Jan.
6
25*5 June
7
27*5 Apr.
8
23*5 May 11

33

Feb. 27

130

Mar. 19
June
9
June 22
June
7

July 9
9 a98
12*5 July 28
1
5
July
6
16

July
July

26

6
8

Feb. 18
Feb. 18

24 *i
124*4
119*1

July

.

28*5 July 21

82

109

105*5 July
105
July

36

22

22
50*5

July

Jan.

98

50*5 Feb.
Mar.

66*1
100 U

105*5 Mar.
17*5 Mar.
105
July
98

6
2

22*

5
1

6

33*5 July
28*5 July

23

9

Jan.

May

35*5
30*5

23*5

36*5 Mar. 12

2 105*5 Jan.
29 102*5 Apr.
June 21 100*5 July
May 27 105
July
Mar. 13
68*5 July

May 17
6
Apr.

34*5

105*5 105*5
26*5

26

15

Feb. 11
Feb. 11
Feb. 11
June 17
Feb. 17
Apr. 16
Apr. 16
Jan. 28

July

16

July

Feb.

14
6
29
27
23

2
1

21

2

Feb. 15

Jan.;

July
July

18

July 12
26*5 Mar, 8

13

July
July
109*5 July
105*5 July
106*5 July
110
July

zl05*5July
105
July

9

73

30*5
6
20
Apr.
30*5
96*5 Apr. 12 101*5
3
93
May
99*5
77
Apr. 12 90
70*5 Apr. 13 80
99
95
May

283
26!

25

21*5 Mar.

25*5 June 24
25*5 June 23
8
20*5 Apr.
7
20
Apr.

I

29*5
28*5

23

22

9

Jan. 14
18*5 Mar. 29
_

28*5
27*5
25*5

101*5 Sale

4

Jan.

30

35^5 Sale"

6

Feb.

55*5 July

„

31

79*5 July

6

Mar. 10
Mar. 3
Mar.
9
Mar. 9
Mar.
9
Mar. 11
Mar. 11
Mar.
8
Mar. 16
Mar.
9'

Feb.

Jul*8
July 31

67*5

28*5 Sale
26*5 Sale

A

4

Feb.

55*5 July

75

25

99

July

5

76

75

64*5

77

24*5
24*5
24*5
24*5
21*5
21*5
21*5

4

12
20

Mar. 31
Mar.
4

25

4

Feb.

July 21
July
6
July
7

26

21*5 Sale
20
Sale

Italian Public Utility s f g 7s.—.1952 J
Japanese Gov extl s f OH*——1954 F

4

Feb.

July
July

m

5

Feb.

July
July
July

104

.1960 F A
Italy (Kingdom) external a f 7s. 1951 J D
Italian Cred Consortium 7s ser B 1947 M B




20

.....

Irish Free State external 5s

For footnotes, see page 80.

75*5 July

77
Sale

D 124*5 127*5

105*1

28*5 July 30
30
July 27

Jan.

Jan.

July 12
July
July
July
21
July
21
July
21
July
21
July
21
July
21
July
18*5 July i
18*5 July 2
18*5 July :
18*5 July !

34*5

77*5

107*5 108*5
22
23*5

_

A

11

Jan.

40

120

24*5

Jan.

65*5 June 30

12

43
21

33*5 July 28 34*5 July
2 101
July
104
100*5 July
6 el02 July
102
103
July
103
2 el00*5 July
98*5 July
98*5 101*5
9 105
July
104
102*5 July
104*5 105
1
Sale
68*5 July
59
July
66*5 Sale
14 105*5 July
Sale
Sale
104
104
July
Sale
104
105*5 104
July 13 104*5 July
106*5 105*5 106*5 105*5 July 10 106*5 July
Sale
102*5 Sale
100*5 July 14 102*5 July
July
Sale
100
July 21 101
100*5 Sale

34*5

* D

F

Mar.
Apr.
Mar.
Mar. 22

40

120

1961 MN

34", 606 ♦Hungary(Klngof)7H sFeb.op .onl 944

Mar.

1

100

O
18.000 Haiti (Rep of) 6a series A........1952
o
6.000 ♦Hamburg (State) 6s...........1946
J
8,000 ♦Heidelberg (City) extl a f 7HS-.1950
o
1960
4,000 Helsingfors (City) ext 6H«
Hungarian Cons Municipal Loan
J
♦7Hs unmatured coupons on—1945
6,000
J
♦7s unmatured coupons on
1946
5,000
MN
2,000 ♦Hungarian Land M.ge 7Ha A..1961

Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

5
Feb. 16
Jan.!
5
Jan.
5
Jan.
5
Jan.

15 102*5 June 23
5 102
Jan. 19
24 102*5 Jan. 18
Feb.
26 103
1
21
91
June 30
2
98
Jan. 28
23 84
June 26
June 26
23
85
30 86
June 26
23
88
June 26

1

122._

♦(Cons Agric Loan) *H® mi A-19S8 J O
22,000
22,000 ♦Greek Govt secured 7s.........1964 M N
♦S f secured 6s
—..........1968 F A
127,000

Feb.

3

Jan.

33*5 May 28

?1

July
July
41*5 July
19*5 July
19*5 July

23*5

109*5

123*5

.

4

37

99*
98

23*5

♦5Hs stpd (Canadian holder)..1965

17,000

Jan.

Feb. 27

Mar.

37

July
107
106*5 July
23
July
25*5
110
105
July
98
100
July

♦5Hs unstamped...........1965

Feb.

July 27

24.
59*
47*

21*5 Jan.

28*5 July 30
30
July 27

26

66

23"

113

,

Feb.

June 11
June 11

4
29
29 47
29 47*
19 103*
18 103
24 105*5

Jan.

45

74*5

98
99
J J
MS 106*5 Sale
19
23
M N
123
J L> 113

J

*5 June

1

June 23

25

8*5 Mar. 22

29*5 July 10
26*5
102*5 July : "6 100
101*5 July •8 100
101*5 July; "7l
99*5
97*5
9l"""Jufy
82*5
91*5 July
83*5
84
July
75*5
75*5
84*5 July
77
85*5 July
87*5 July
78*5
56
64*5 July

91*5 July
81
July
82
July
82
July
83*5 July
60*5 July

June 11

25*5 Mar.

Mar. 11 111
Jan.
2 110 S-5
Jan.
2 118 %
Jan.
6 102 L5

.

24,000

Mar. 19 104

18*5 Mar. 29
108

7
22
6

1
19*5 July
2
>19*5 July
1
20
July
Sale
2
19*5 July
1
Sale
16*5 July
7
18*5
16*5 July
1
17
July
18*5
2
Sale
16*5 July
6
17*5 July :
II* 15*5 July 23 73
July :
73
69*5 July
29 a24
July 1
a24
July

Sale

J

M N

89

Sale Prices

104*5 Mar. 16 110*5 Jan.

23
12
21
20

4
1 107*5 July 19 104*5 Mar. 17 110*5 Jan,
106*5 July
L07*5 Sale
6
Feb. 22 114*J Jan.
1 113*5 July 15 Ill
July
113*5 113*5 112
97
Mar. 17 101*1 Jan. 23
1 100
July 19
99*5 100
99*5 July
2
2
96*5 Mar. 17 103*1 Jan.
99
99*5 July 30
Sale
July
99*5 Sale
7
98 % June
99*5 July 14
99
98*5 July :":7 99*5 July 141
92 H June 29 94*5 July 29
Sale
1
93
94*5 July 29:
Sale
July
5 60
50*5 Jan.
60
2
July 17
July 17
61*5 57
July
61*5
Jan.
4
54*5 July
1
51 *5 July 19
Sale
54*5 July
1
48*5

32*5
26*5- 26*
22

104

25*5
110*5

27

Sale

26

M S

J

102*5

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

Sale

M N

A

107

Sale

§IX
38

32

M

♦7s Nov 11936 coupon

—

Sale

25

J

8,000 ♦Chinese Hukuang Ry 5s—.—1951
1,000 ♦Cologne (Germany) s f *H«-—1950
Colombia (Republic of)—
♦6s April 1 1935 coupon onOct 1961
186,000
♦6s Jan 1 1935 coupon on.Jan 1961
141,000
1947
5,000 ♦Colombia Mtge Bank 6Ha
♦Sinking fund 7s of 1926..——1946
28,000
1.000
♦Sinking fund 7s of 1927
1947
168,000 Copenhagen externa) 5s......—1952
Gold 4Hs
1953
166,000
1957
6,000 ♦Cordoba (City) 7s
♦7s stamped
———1957
64,000
1942
44,000 Cordoba (Prov) Argen 7s
34,000
8,000
4,000
38,000

Sale

26
28

109*5 Sale
114 *5 Sale
101 *5 Sale
101X

MN

J

Sale

24*5 Sale

1942
121,000 ♦Chile Republic exts f g 7s
A O
♦External sinking fund g 6s ..I960
250.000
F A
♦External s f gold 4s
Feb 1961
98,000

Rica

"98""

93

364,000 Canada (Dona) Gold 4«..........I960
M N
30-year gold 5s
159,000
I" VSYtS? F A
134,000
10-year 2Hs
Aug 15 1945
191,000
25-year 3H«
....
1961
55,000
7-year 2*5®--———...... —1944
192,000
30-year 3s
....... 1967
1954
5,000 ♦Carlsbad (City) a f 8s
M S
26,000 ♦Cent Agrlc Bank (Ger) 7a...... 1950 J J
♦Farm Loan a f 4a ............I960
31,000
A O
♦Farm loan s f 6s
........ I960
75,000
♦Farm loan 6s series A—
1938
16,000

Costa

100

a27,*

Sale

O

A

M

19 107

28*5 July

102*5
101*5

J
A

Highest

Sale Prices

'

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

29*5
29*5 28
28*5
L01*5 102*5 101*5 July
102*5 Sale
101*5 July
LOO *5
101*5
100*1 July
101*5 Sale" LOO *5 101

D

A

,

e

M

Ask

Ask Bid

_

J

♦Stamped
♦6 H*

1

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

July 31

Sale
105*5 July
106*5 Sale 106*5
106
107*5 106*5 106*5 105*5 July
Sale
101*5 July
Sale
102*5
102*5
103
110
July
104
103
104
July
24
26*5 24
22
109
lio"* 109*5 Sale 109*5 July
Sale
109*5 109*5 109*5 July
109
117
July
117*5 Sale
119
118
102
101*5 July
101
100
Sale
24
July
"24*" 25
22*5
23*5 July
20
23*5 24*5 Sale
45
July
45
45*5 54*5 Sale
39
July
Sale
44*5 Sale
39
38*5 July
Sale
44*5 Sale
W* 39*5 44*1 Sale
39*5 July
39
101*5 July
101*5 Sale 102*5 Sale
Sale
101*5 July
101*5 103
101*5
102
July
102*5
101*5 103

J

if

■

July 1
Bid

1962
Buenos Aires (City) 6H« B 3.—1955
External s f g 6s aerie*, C-2 Apr 1940
External s f 6s series C-3—Oct 1960
♦Buenos Alres(Prov)ref.ext'ls 14s 1961

2,000
666,000
141,000
55,000
219,000
46,000

1937

ha.

J

♦6s June 1 1935 coupon on

13",600

V

STOCK EXCHANGE

Government
Australia5s of IW5_.__-.July 15 1955
External loan 5s of 1927—
1957
External g 4^# of 1928--1956
Austrian Govt s f 7s——1957
♦Bavaria (Frea8tata) extl6Ha—1946
Belgium 25 year external 4Ha—1949
External s f 4s
JJJJ
External s f 7s
J95.
Bergen (Norway) extl 5s
1960
♦Berlin (Germany) a f *H«
1950
♦External sinking fund 4s
1958
♦Small (U 8 of) external 8s
1941
♦Ext a f g 6 H* Of 1924
1957
♦Extl s f 4Ha of 1927
1957
♦Cent Ry 88-year g 7s
1952
Brisbane (City) s f 5e_
195/
Sinking fund gold 5s ........-1958
20-year • f 6s.... .... ...——1950
Budapest (City of)—

13,000
69,000
1,000
14,000

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN JULY

Price
Jan. 2

Foreign

168,000
60,000
303,000
36,000
24,000
39,000
61,000

:

BONDS

EXCHANGE-BONDS

27

7*5 Mar. 24

42

June 17

26

July

8

98*5 June 16
17
Jan.
4
8*5 Jan.
7
11*5 Jan.
11*5 Jan.
11
Jan.

8

Feb. 25

6
6
6

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE-BONDS

AUG., 1937]
Sales in

BONDS
n. 7. stock exchange

168,000

n

Sale

6%
7%

Absenting 4a of 1944.........1954
•Aiavntlng 4s of 1914 large

8%
Sale

lamenting 4a of 1914 small
•♦
Treat 4a of '13 aasant (largo) 1933 j
♦♦Small

...

48

f extl loan

12%

Sale

27

24 Ml

64%
105%

A

Sale

109

I)

9,000 ♦Nuremberg (City) external 4a.. 1952

A

121,000 Oriental Development 4a........ 1953

8

Municipal Bank

ext s f 5s

External deb 5 H*
1958 MN
64,000 Oslo (City) 4%a extl sink fund.. 1955 A O

68,000

1953 J D
4,000 Panama (Rep) external 5%a
♦Extl a f 5s sea A
4,000
May 15 1963 M N
♦Stamped (assented).......
\ 88,000

Pernambuco (State of)—
♦78 September coupon off..... 1947 M

62,000 ♦Poland (Rep of) g 4s

101,000
127,000

i 35,000
20,000

1940

Sale

98%
102%

Sale

♦7%s July

coupon

1966 J

off

J

71,000 Prague (Greater City) 7H»—— 1952 MN
60,000 ♦Prussia (Free State) ext af *%._ 1951 M S
♦Sf gold 6s
1952 A O
.57,000

62,000 Queensland (State of) ext
23,000

5,000
66,000

229,000
59,000
145,000
lay.uoo
44,000

67,000
226,000

25-year extl

f 4s

a

f 7s..1941 A O

a

Feb 15 1947 F

♦Rhlne-Mnln-Danube deb7a
Rio de Janeiro

aer

A

♦78 June coupon off..........1967 j

r>

Rome (City) external a f 6KS....1952 AO
Roumania (Kingdom of. Monopolies)

♦7s August coupon off

...1959 FA

39,000
65,000

23,000
131,006
66,000

82,000

226.000

♦6%s May coupon off.........1957 M N
of)—
♦♦88 July coupon off..
J
...1936 J

San Paulo (State

♦8s July coupon off...........1950 J

J

♦7s September coupon off.....1956 M S
♦6s July coupon off...........1968 J
J

Sec

a

f U

7s.

1940 A O

.....

♦Saxon State Mtge

Inst 7s....... 1945

21%
23
19% Sale
19% 20

Sale
Sale
Sale

58
74

Sale

54

Sale

29

32

27%
96%
24%
24%

29

Sale

2,000

Serbs Croats 8c Slovenes

51%
64%
47%

27%
26% Sale

30
27%
96% Sale
23% Sale
23% Sale

94

21%

.....

1115* 113%
113

"27"

Sale
Sale

30% Sale
24% Sale

31%
25%

26

26

32%
Sale
26%
26%

Sale

22

26

72% Sale

71

25% Sale

37%

Sale

22%

30

30
27

24%

38

H%

29%

95

Sale

Sale'

;

28

d
A

F

A

F

A

Taiwan Elec Pow 54a..........1971 J

External

s

J

5a......1952 M S

f 5%a guar...

.1961

A

O

10,000
Trondhjem (City) lat ext g 5%a..m7 M N
35,000
♦Uruguay (Rep) external a f 8a..1946 F A
376,000
♦Ext a f 6s........... ........1960 M N
130,000
♦Exter a f 4s
1964 M N

f 12,000
4,000

Venetian Prov Mtg Bank 7a..... 1952 A
Vienna (City of)—

O

68 Unmatured coupons on....1952 M N

40,000 ♦Warsaw
(City) external 7a......1958
69,000 Yokohama
(City) extl

a

33%

29

26%
95%

F

f 4a.. ...1941 I

A

O

30

89%

92 *

68

69

69

69

68% Sale
«

90

93

77% Sale

.

■

,

33,000
3,223,000

I

Adriatic Elec Co external 7a.....1952 Ak
Ala Gt Sou 1st cons 5s aer A......1943 l
First cons 4s series B
1943 J

\j

♦Albany Perfrated Wrap Paper 4s 1948 A

(

D

84% Sale
104% 106
104%
103%

77%

.....

Sale

.

.

.

195(1
1998

78

80

100

Sale"
Sale

86

65%

Sale
Sale

\"o 102% 103%

1942 W 8
A O
F

1955 M
Alpine Montan Steel 7s
Amer At Foreign Power deb 5a... 2030 M

S

112%
100

161"

A

9

Apr. 23
22

,July
July
July
July
July

28
29
26
30

27% June 21

8
14

30

1

30
27
28
29

21

22

Feb.

15

Feb.
Feb.

15
15
11

Feb.

11

Feb.

13

Feb.

33% Max. 11
25
Feb. 23
May 25 31
92
Jan. 16 100
Mar.
2
17% Jan. 11
24% Mar. 3
16% Jan.
7 24% Mar. 4
109

14

109

8

July 13 113% Jan.
Apr. 10 113
Jan.
21% Mar. 12 32% July

1

26

Apr. 30 34% Jan. 23
22% May 181 33
Feb. 26
29

May
23% May
25
May
25% May
72% Apr.
25% Jan.

25
17
17
18
1
2

40

Jan.

33

Jan.

32]
32]
83]

Jan.

Jan.

20
21
20
21

Feb.

3

40% July

27

Feb.

15

1

40% July 27

2
12

33% July 30
29% July 30
42

36 % June

44

25

35% Feb.
34% Jan.

25

18

21% Jan.

July
30% July
28 % July

July 27

37

July 30
32% July 23
29% July 30

25% July
94% July

97,

July 30

28%

29%
28%

48

54

31

36

30

Sale

39%

A

98

29% July
27% July
48
July
32
July
95

98%

105

105% 104% 106
73%
75
74%
69%
70
77%
77
Sale
76
Sale
100% 101% 101% Sale
71
Sale
71%
74
68% Sale
68% Sale
68% Sale
68% Sale
82
---.-v.; 85

73%

76

■

104%
71%
67
74

100%
69%

67%
68

79%

99

49

84%

2

29% July 10
29% July
8
54
July 31
3,2
July
2

98
July
July 26
105% July
July
2
July
76% July 10
July
73% July 12
July
79% July 24
July
101% July 10
72
July
July 28
July
July 28
July
69% July 28
July 12 80
July 12

Sale

45

7
6
6

54

Sale

97 :
July
48% July

Sale

79

Sale

79

July

1
2

16

99% July
54
July
85% July

Sale
97
94%
94% Sale
99%
101% 101%
97% 100
99% 100% 101% 101% 99%
100% Sale
101% 102% 100%
101% 102% 101

~76" "85%
66
67

Sale

!

104%
95%

Sale

75

July
July
July
July
July
78
80
July
111% 113% 111% July
108
July
107% 108
63
70
67
July

7

27

27

June

9

25

May 14

35% Mar. 2
34% Jan. 21

2
29% May 14
May 13
24
May 17

Jan.

43% Jan.

28
19
19

Mar. 27

98

Jan.

25

June 29

25

Feb.

91

28
31
7

Jan.

28

25% Jan.

4

31 % Mar. 20

4

30% Mar. 19

24

Jan.

27

40% Mar. 13

54

30

39% Mar. 11

Jan.

12

90% Jan.
101% Mar.
71% July
65

98
106

Feb.

July

10

26

June 21

78% June 10
2
73% June
8
80% June

Mar.

72% Jan.
99% Mar.

103

Mar.

9

63% May
63% May
May
& June
78

72
Ju.y 28
70% June 11
70% June 11
83% Apr. 14

92% Jan. 21
39% Mar. 13
77% Jan.
2

99% July

28

Feb.

15

67

89%

58"

Sale

96

Sale

82
62

,

Sale
93%
Sale
108
July
108% 108
100
99% 100% 100% July
100%
Sale
98
July
98
97%
98%

96%

13

6 101%
6 101%

84

Jan.

22

99

June

July
July
July
1 102% July
13 102% July
2
85
July
15 112% July
1 108
July
12
66
July
2
69
Jujy

54

86% June 17

108

100% July
101%
77% July
80% Sale
95
July
97
100%
106% July
106% Sale
105% 105% 104% July

6

11.
29

115

Max.

110

Jan.

21
9

5

76

Feb

74

Jan.

25

101

Mar.

107

Jan.

11

95

June

Feb.

2

§8*
79

July
July

101%
96%
93%
72%
102%
112%
101%
100%

Jan.
Feb.

2
11

59

June

64

Apr,

93% Jan.

Sale

87

Sale
Sale

106%

Sale

105%

Sale

105

Sale

111

Sale

112

Sale

112

112%

104% Sale
99% Sale
98% Sale

July
112% 113% 111% July 14 113
103% July 13 104% Ju;y
104% Sale
99% July U 100% July
100
Sale
98% July : 7 100
July
99% Sale

171% Sale

127

130

109 £
106

103% 105% 107% 108% 103% July
105% July
105% Sale
106% Sale

Sale

6

Jan.

23
9

19 100% July

81

96

106

57% June
93% July
107% Mar.
88* May
97
May

109

.....

21
6

109% Apr.
105% Jan.
103% Jan.
102% July
99% Feb.

98% June
100
Apr.
101
July
78
July
110% June
105% May

July
July
July
July
July
July
31 110
v July
2 100% July
17
99% July

D
1953 J
American IG Chemical 5 Ml a
1946 M N
J
Amer Internet Corp conv f Hla.. 1949 J

94

21

,

100%
78% Sale

93%

21

67
July
103% July 31 105
1
Sale
95% July
86%
86% July 30 92%
79
2
92
July
87%
58
1
Sale
July
72%
95
93% July 10 96%

75

103% Sale

Sale"

1 100

S

...

American Ices f deb 5s

June

19% Mar. 23

Sale

28

47

108

104%

D

♦Collateral Ac convertible 5s...1950 A U

...

104% June 25 107

22
28

109%

75

Collateral and convertible 5s ..1946 J

r

80

114
109

6s with warrants assented.... 1948

15,000 Allied Stores Corp deb AH*
1950
143,000
AH* debentures..............1951

2,000
687,000
34,000
342,000
132,000

D

Albany fltSuaq 1st guar 3 %■_
1946 AO
Allegheny Corp coll tr conv As..1944 F A

♦5s stamped

85

79% June 11
102% July 28

W:<Wj

21,000
Allegh At West 1st ggu 4a.....
31,000 Alleg Valley gen gu 4s

Mar.

75% Jan.
71% Jan.
97% Apr.

Mar. 11
Mar.
2

July 29
29% July 27

COMPANIES.

♦^♦Abitlbl Pow Ac Paper 1st 5s...1953
94,000
Adams Express coll tr g 4s. .....1948 M 6
135,000
Collateral trust 4s of 1907.....1947 J D
69,000
F A
10-year deb A%$
1946
72,000
F A
AH* stamped
......1946

17,000
25,000
7,000
10,000
7,000
24,000
308,000
212,000

10

99% July 17
103% Apr. 30
25% July 12

110% July
111% July
32% July

RAILROAD AND INDUSTRIAL

207,000

June

45% May 11

22

97
Sale

May 27

103

22

22

Jan.

105

47
60

74
54

38

97

107% Jan.
109

37% July

44

36

104% 104%
73% Sale
72%
74
72% Sale
100% 101%

48

Sale
Sale

Jan.

July 31
July 31
July 28

31%
29%
99%
24%
24%

29%

Sale

27
20
2
5

64

58

July
July
July
July
July

26

.....

105

28

27%
25%
94%
23%
23%

27% July
25
July

37

15

105% Jan.

19
22
22

30

28%
28% Sale

Jan.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Mar.

Jan.

34% July
28
July
29% July
29% July
75
July

Sale

20

30% Feb. 27

July
July
July
July

32

25
20

July

30

July

39% Sale

Jan.

74

Apr.
May
June
June

25%
25%
26%
72%

75

Feb.

33

22%
19%
17%
17%

31

Sale

34

July 30
22% July 13
20% July 22
20% July 22

28

34

29

6
3

Jan.

28% Sale
Sale

Jan.
Feb.

8
7
7
8

85

34

27% Sale
26%
29%

13
82

■

76

27% July
25% July

22

95

89%

34

17

32%

25% 26%
25% Sale
53%
55

73

Sale

28

33

May
May
May
Mar.

24%
65%
60%
101%
101%
104%

21

Jan.

27
6

July
July
July
July
July
July
July

40%

40

28%

♦Silesia (Prov) extl sink fund 7a.l958 j
♦SUeslan Landowners Aaan 4s
1947 F

Tokyo City loan of 1912

'

24%
25

22

29%
Sale

25%

38
35
28

99

73

73

26

Sale"

Sale

25

9

9% Jan.
9% Jan.
9
Jan.;
13% Jan.

68
July
60% July

23%
20%
18%
18%
51%
64%
47%

109% 110% 109% 110% 109
July
109% 111% 111% Sale
109% July
32% 36%
32% July
32% Sale

28%
25%

D

Styria (Province of)—

185,000

27%
26%

99
22

I,

(Kingdom)—

♦89 Nov 1 1935 coupons on.. ..1'62
♦7s Nov 1 1935 coupon on.....1962

5,000
7a February coupon off.......1946
56,000
Sydney (City) a f g 5tta........l95S
7o,000
4,000

19

Sale

.....

57,000
81,000
104,000

19%

Sale
20% Sale

.27% Sale

July
2
July 20
July 20
Mar. 30

102%

28

June 29

4%
7%
7%
70%

26

21%
Sale
Sale

1

5

17

20

Sale

5% June 28
5% July
6

105%
101 %
99%
95%

Sale

74%

D

Dec 1946 J

♦SFg6%a._.

J

12
12
7
31
23

23%

Sale

7 85

69

73%

♦Saarbruecken

(City) ( f 4«.....1953 t J
Sao Paulo (City of)—
♦8s May coupon off. ..........1952 MN

26

60%

"24%

82%.

26% Sale"

♦6s June coupon off
........1968
♦7s May coupon off........... 1966 MN

23
21
20

106%
106% July 21 106% July 28
66%
71%
75% 68
July 27 70
July 13
62% Sale
Sale
60% July
6 64
July 14

28

Rio Grande do Sul (State of)—
♦88 April coupon off
.......1946

July
July
63% July
Sale
103
July
104
102% July
106% 105% July
Sale
107%
105% July
104
Sale
103% July
102% Sale
101% July
99% Sale
98
July
102%
102% July
24% July
W* "26"
79
Sale
76% July
74% Sale
72% July
101% Sale
100% July

105%

(City of)—

.....1946
♦6%s August coupon off..,...1953

72

105% 106

A1950 M S

♦8s April coupon off

30% July
30
July
74
July
64
July
103% July
104% July
106% July
107% July
104% July
102% July
99% July
103
July
25% July
83
July
77% July
el02%July

27

Sale

Sale

21

Sale
59% Sale
D

32%
Sale

Jiily" 7
July
8
July
7
July 12
July 14
July 21

76%
100%

76 %

1961 J

4% Sale
V 10%

5

102% Sale
18%
24%
76%
78
72%
75
99
90%

60

.........

Porto Alegre (City of)—
♦8s June coupon off.......

Sale

102

23
20 %

♦Stabills loan 7s of *27. Oct 15 1947
s f 8s
1950

♦External

Sale Prices

26% July

Sale

25% Sale

D

Sale Prices

29%

5%
5% Sale

30
74
63% Sale" 60
102% 103% 103%
101
103% 103%
106% 106%

27%

Sale

S

......

Sale Prices

71% Sale

105%
103%

8

1959 M
32,000 ♦Peru (Rep) Sec a f g 7a..
♦National loan ext a f 4a...... 1960 J
423,000
♦National loan ext a f 4s...... 1961
225,000

Sale Prices

Sale

103%

O

Highest

Sale"

"7% "9%

71

8

5

Lowest

5% July 16 "6
6
July 29
6
4% July
2
7% July 20
9%
8%
.7% July 20
70% July
2 72%

26%

27

65%
60 %

Ask

Highest

26%

72

A

1970

84,000

"4% ' 5

Sale

70%

A

s

1

Lowest

71%

"ir% "i2H

0

1963

6,000

Ask Bid

Bid

♦

External s f g 5s
18,000
1958
88,000 Norway 20-year oxt s f 6a.Aug 15 1943
20-vear external a f 4a. Aug 15 1944
47,000
Extl sinking fund 4% a
58,000
1956
External sink fund 4>is.......l965
190,000

'

7

♦

j
24,000
58,000
122,000 Milan City (Italy) oxt loan 6%«.>1952 AC
Vfinas Geraes (State of, Brazil)—
55,000
♦6%s September coupon off
1958 M f65,000
♦6%s September coupon off
1959 M S
20,000 ♦Montevideo (City) 7a
1952 J D
♦6a series A
12,000
........1959 MN
44,000 Now South Wales oxt a f g 5s._. 1957 F A

378,000

Ask

Bid
1954 J

July 31

July 1

1937

Nft.

FOREIGN GOV T (Cdatlmded)

47,000
18,000

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Jan. 2

Mexico (Continued)
*U of 1904
p

PRICES IN JULY

Price

July
Value

21

July

9

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

22
25
27

Feb.

9

75

80% July
27
97
July
9i 107
July
2 106
July

8 100% June 18
June 14
87% Jan. 18

87

1

Jan.

2

97

Mar. 19

105% May 17 109% Max.
1
103% June 30 106% Jan. 29

Amer Tel Ac Tel—

354,000
292,000

725,000
625,000

1943 MN
24-year sinking fund 5 Us
J
Convertible debentures 4%a.. 1939 J
1961
3H* debentures.....

3H* debentures..

25,000 ♦Am Type Found

s.

1966

f. debs 2H«5s. 1950

Sale

125

July

23

111%
103%
96%
96%
120

Feb.
July
Apr.
Apr.

Feb.

3

7 107% July

103

23

1 106% July

Apr. 29 110% Jan.

104% Mar. 23 107

1 145

July

24
23

26
22

mapv-ts
3 114
Jan.
7
13 113
8 102% Jan.
4
2 102% Jan.
4

June 28 200

Amer Water Works At Elec

Debenture gold 6s nerles A.
40,000
278,000 Anaconda Cop Mln a f deb4%a

.

I; ley* MN

..

1950 A O

110%
Sale

Jan.

11

AngloChllean Nitrate—

92,000

♦Sinking fund income deb.... 1967

Julv 1995
90,000 tAnn Arbor 1st g 4s.
6,000 Ark 6 Memo Bdge At Term tst 5s DM
494,000 Armour & Co 4s s f ser B (Del)... 1955
1st M s f 4s ser C (Del)..
1957
276,000
95,000 IT Armstrong Cork deb 4s......... 1954

36% Sale
71
72%
104%
99% Sale

.....

...

For footnotes, sea page 30.




166% 107%

32

34

57

63

101

104

97% Sale
96% Sale
103% Sale

36%

37

33

July
July

63 v
70
July
102% 102
97% July
96
July
July
102.31 103.7 103

98% Sale
97% Sale

37% July
72% July
102
July
98% July
98% July
103% July

31
60

101

June 19
42% Mar. 11
June 18
74
Mar.
]
June 24 105
Jan. 27

94% Mar. 17 100% Jan. 29
95
Mar. 17
99% Mar.
5
Jan. 20
Apr.
6 108

103

22
Sales in
July
Value

339,090
13,000

100,000

W

12,000
24,000
1,000
201,000

H.

,

7,000
19,000
35,000
'-•••

•

.

io~66o

i-'V' ,V

vi-''v-''-:

•

17,000
391,000
180,000
207,000
160,000
34,000
31,000
j 65,000
31,000

ilillS' ■ <&0i
■:Wr€W&:-.

N. T. STOCK EXCHANGE—BONDS

Top & S F ten g 4c........1995 AO
Adjustment 4 4a.......Jnly 1 1995 Nov
Stamped 4s..........July I 1995 MN

Atch

Convges of 1999—.....
...1955
Gone g 4a of 1905.............1955
Gone g4sof 1910....I960
Gone dab gold 4Hs..._.......1948
Rocky Mt dlv 1st 4s A.1945
Trans-Gont Short Lino 1st 4c gl958
CaKAriz 1st 4tref4He cor A ...1942
A tl Knox ft No 1st g 5c
1944
Atl ft Char Air Lino let 434* A..1944
let 30-year 5s serB.....
...1944

vr.

•

i-

v

•'

/.
•

.

J

D

J

D

J

Sale

D

D

J

J

J

J

J

11334

M

8

114

311,000
467,000

D

i

J

107

J

112

'E*

102
104

Bait ft Ohio 1st g 4s........July 1948 AO

J

Sale
Sale
Sale

D

104
Sale

98
Sale
Sale
Sale

9*656
3,000
29.000

Sale"
115

Battle Creek ft Sturgls gu 3a. ...1989
Beech Creek Eiten 1st g 3Ha.. .1951
Bell Telephone of Pa 1st 5s B....1948

7734
12034

First ft ref 5s series G ........1940
Belvldere Del cons gtd g 334s
.1943

Sale

'Berlin

"2334

City Electric deb 6 >48

♦Deb sinking fund *>*■

•Debenture 4s..

;

11434

Sale

-

49

48

103
10534 103

46

78

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

11334 Sale
10734 Sale
111

"70*"

Sale

.........1955

2134

a*

JUly
July
5234 July
10634 July

69

107

10434

•

July

.0931

104

.02

8754
.0154
88

83*

75

6554
74

ifiS

24

Sale

;

"25"" "July'"7

2734

2934

2434
2434

27

25

30

24

July .13
July
1

June 28
June 17
June 29
June 29
July 30
June 29
Apr. 23
July
2
Mar. 15
June 29
June 29
June 29

2734 July "22
2534 July 17
26
July 30

2
5
5

Feb.
6
Jan. 29
Jan.
9
Jan.
Feb.

_

July 28
July 21
Mar. 1
Feb.
9
Feb.
9
Jan.
8
Jan.
8
Jan. 18
Jan. 20
Jan.
7
Jan.
9
Jan.
7
Feb.
2

Jan.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Mar.
Jan.
Feb.

22
8
20
18

5
25
16

10
18

25
2

21
23

Feb.

15

9

Jan.

Mar. 23

Jan.

20
2

1153* Apr.

20"" Mar." 13 *2734
1834 Jan. 12
185* Mar. 16

July *22
2534 July 17
26
July 30

Berlin Elec Elev ft Undgrd Bye—
♦1st 634s

...1954

.......

Big Sandy Ry 1st mtge 4s

219,000
65,000

'v:-;

v.';\

.

i

=

Boston ft Maine 1st 5s ser AC... 1947 M S

60,000
39,000
111,000
27,000
>20,000
181,000
401,000

1st g 4fc« series JJ
....1941 A O
t'Bostonft NY Air Line 1st gu 4sl955
A
♦t♦Botany Cons Mills sec s f 43**1934 A O
♦Certificates of deposit........... A O
J
Brooklyn City RR 1st 5s
V-. ....1941

1st mortgage 5s

1955 M N

series II..

10134

112

1944

10734

8334 Sale
87
8534
81,

•■v:'

262,000
107,000
10,000
148,000
129,000
32,000
4,000

Brooklyn Union 811st 5s

...1950 F

A

Brooklyn Union Gas Go 1st g 5s.l945 M N
1st lien ft ref 6s

Debentures

ser

1947 M N

A

gold,5s ..........195S

J

D

1st lien ft ref 5s series B.......1957 MN
a f deb 33*8—1950 F A

Brown Shoe

Brunaw ft Western 1st gu g 4s... 1938 J
J
16,000 Buffalo Gen Elec 43*8 ser B._
1981 F A
10,000 Buff Roch ft Pitts gen 5s
1937 M S
210,000
Consol 434s
..........1957 M N

7,000
10,000
5,000
40,000
60,000
4,000
44,000

125,000!
10,000
93,000
45,000
52,000
7,000
19,000
81,000
44,000
37,000
691,000
122,000
20,000
115,000
233,000
3,000
19,000
34,000
14,000
12,000

*{♦ Burl Ged Rap ft Nor 1st 5s

1934 A O
♦Certificates of deposit.........
{♦Bush Terminal Co 1st 4a..... 1952 AO
'Consol 5s

1955 J

{♦Bush Term Bldgs 1st 5s gu

J

1960 A O

Cat Gas At El

Corp unlf ft ref 5s.. 1937 MN
Calif Packing con? deb 5s......1940 J
J

Camaguey Sugar Co—
Canada Sou

con gu 5s ser
Canadian Nat gold 434s.........1957
Guaranteed gold 5s.
July 1969
Guaranteed g 5s
..Oct 1969
Guaranteed g5s
1970

Guar gold 434s
Guar g 434s...

9334

June 15 1955

Collateral trust g 5s....
Collateral trust 43*s.

1954

D

..I960

J

{♦Carolina Central 1st gu g 4s.. 1949

J

CaroClinch ft Ohio 1st 5s.
con

D

1938

g 6s series A.Dec 15 1952 J

D

Carriers & Gen Corp deb 5s w w.1950 MN
Carthage ft Adir 1st gu g 4a
1981 J D

12,000 ♦Cent Br Un Pac 1st g 4s..
1948 J D
3,000 {♦Cent of Ga Ry 1st g 5s...Nov. 1945 F A
113,000
♦Consolgold5s....
1945 MN
16,000
69,000
3,000

♦Ref ft gen 534s series B_.
1959 A
♦Ref ft gen 5s series C
..1959
♦Chat Dlv pur money g 4a....1951

73,000
246,000
184,000

Cent 111 Elec ft Gas 1st 5s..
Central Illinois Light 334s

2,000
2,000

Sale

2934
88
Sale

63

6134
10334 10534
10434 10434

1949

.

1954 A O
1960 F A

Ss.1937 M V

<Jhea ol Ohio 1st cons g

....1992 M

.

May

Sale

8634 Sale

99

2334
7434
10134
8834

Sale

10234
11234 11434
115
11334
92
90
9434
10334 Sale 10534
106
10634 Sale
10134 Sale
Sale

Sale

115

9434
106

11031

100

10034
8234 Sale "so""
18
1934
1534
20
1534
1634
9034
8834
5834
6434 59
64
6334
6534
10134 10534
104
10434 10334

116
Sale
Sale

103

Sale

104

Sale

115
109
105

Sale
Sale

113

115

Sale

Sale

7134
10534
11034 111
105

106

37

38

38
82

2434

Sale

25

3434

2534

Sale*

23

1934 Sale
173

10

85

15

J

17

17

Sale
32

32

\i*
20

23

July
2554 July
1734 July
1434 July
27
July

160
100

11234

10834

48
Sale

10934 Sale

10834

104

Sale

102

104

9534

Sale

49

47

45

Sale"
93

12334 125^" 122
84
8034 Sale
106
10634
10634 107
10634
11934 Sale 12134
9734 Sale
w*
98
9734 Sale
106

June 30

iZ

July
July
July
July

27

93
124
Sale

107

6

8

Mar.

1834 June 30
July 28
975* Apr.
2
8434 June 23

Jan.

4

Jan.
Jan.

16

6 11534 Jan.

111

June 28 12234 Jan.

113

July

90

103

26

23* Jan.

June 29 106
June 28 109

10334 Apr.
10154 Feb.
10834 Apr.
100
July
8034 June
July
July

1?*

4
18

Jan.

June 14

July

8
2

Jan.

Feb. 23
Mar. 11
Feb. 16
Mar. 4

74

98

Jan.

Mar.

7734 July 28
7934 July 30
7354 July 28
20
July
2
18

Jan.

Jan.

2

20
2
22
6

Jan.

5

9 10634 July

26

Feb.

10

8 102

13 11054 July 27
12 lOP'azMar. 9
29

7
29

93

Feb.

32

Feb.

31
89
83

Mar.

4
19
6

Jan. 13
May 18
Jan. 20
5834 July 16
58
i
May 19 7334 Feb
6
1005* July 28 1033* Jan.
103
Apr.
1 .0554 May 19

20

Jan.
Jan.

June

112

Apr.
10934 Mar.
113

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Mar.

11454 Mar.
11454
1125*
1103*
11034
12034
8934

Mar.

Jan.

Apr.

Jan.
Jan.

110
106

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar,
10234 Jan.

9934
703*
103
1083*

June

Mar.

82

July

25

18
July
1734 July
2934 July

27

105 k

lift

July 31
Jan.

11

Jan.

18

Jan.

93

mFeb.
li*

8
7
11
Feb.
3
Jan.
2
Mar
8
Jan. 13
Jan.

July

16

2

5
9

Jan.

July

June

14
5
13
11

June

July
Apr.

100

July
80
July
2754 July

Jan.
Jan.

12
29
6

12

May 24
Mar. 6

June
June

Mar.

8

Mar. 8
Feb. 25

July
July

22
13
22

9534
8934
8934
12234
8034
10534

10734 10634
122
11954

July
July
July
July

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

Sale

97

Sale

9754 July

106

10334 III"" 108
116 k 108'" July'
11034 11734 11434 11734 11134 July
109 34 112
111
11234 10934 July
10734
10834

160
103

July
July
10634 July
10234 July
July
70
July
54
July
4634 July
11054 July
104
July
July
92
July
92
July
124
July
84
July
1C>634 July
10734 July
122
July
98
July
98
July

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
1403* June
96
June

Jan.
Jan.

30

10634 106
10034 Sale 102
10234 10034
100 , 101
10434 10434 10334
6934
69
6934

9534 Sale
91
8834

9

9
29
13
13
20
9
22

June 25

24

Sale

Sale
95

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

-

160

50""

July

32

"50""

11134

J

Sale"

Sale
Sale

10434

8

1940 4
1946 J

2434 July

July
July
July
July
July
July

2434 July
117
July
11234 July
11654 July
11834 July
118
July
11534 July
11334 July
11354 July
125
July
9534 July
10454 July
11454 July
107"
July
103
July
73
July

;; July

105

12534 Sale"
93 34

82

/ 27

[2934
2334
1934

7

60

103

ioi"" 106" '

10834 10934
104
92

12""

10134 July
9034 July

111

July
11034 July
100
July

80
19

11"

July

Sale

101

Sale

10834
104

2534

100

11534

A

10534
104:

96
106

J

1996 F

9034
6034
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Ti

30
180

J

8

20

27

2134
2934
2634

.

11034
10034
8134
1934

84

Sale

July
July
July
July

ft* July

10334 103

10034

'80""

9134 Sale

iM

98
July
10334
11234 July
11454
113
113
July
903* July
9434
106
0334 July
10234 July
10634
10154
10154 July
110
July
11054
100
July
10034
85
8034 July
18
1634 July
17
July
1734
8834 July
62
5834 July
65
July
10054 July 28 10034
104
July
910434

2134 July
115
July
112
July
11634 11534 July
11834 117 34 July
Sale
11734 July
Sale
11534 July
11334 11334 July
11334 11234 July
12534 12334 July
Sale
93 34 July
104
10434 10354 July
Sale
114
11334 July
106
10634 Sale
July
10234 July
10334 Sale
68
7134
7034 July

10634 Sale
10234 Sale
78
7234
103
10334 103
11034 11134 111
100

I2H
ff i

July

87

111

110

7734 July
82
7934 July
Sale
7354 July
2434
20
July
Sale
1934 July
Sale
20
July
Sale
74
July
Sale
10034 July
Sale
85
July
5934

89
Sale

U634
11534
12734
9834

Sale
10734 Sale
108 k Sale
127
12834
10234 Sale
10234 Sale
11034
11134——
11834

1996 MN

Potts Greek Br 1st 4s
R ft A Dlv 1st con g 4s........ 1989 J
2d con gold 4s........
..1989 J
Warm Springs Valley 1st g 5s .1941 M

For footnotes, see page 30.

10634

24

MN

5s.......1939 MN

1

Ref ft impt mtge 334s ser D
Ref & impt mtge 334* *er E

8434

24 $

20
Mar. 12 25
1 105
July 29 100J4 June 26
106]
2 9634 July 22
9254 Apr.
9 99
107
Mar 31 112
.

77

2134 Sale | 2334
11534 11734
11234 Sale i 112 34
11534 11534 11534
11734 1173*1118
11734 118
|118
11534 11534 11534
11334 Sale 11334
11234 11234 11334
12334 Sale 1243-4
9434 Sale
9434

75
112

Champion Pap & Fibre deb 4 lis. 1950 M S




*75*"

86

Central Steel 1st sink fund 8S...1941 MN
Certain-teed Prod a f g 534s A
.1948 M B

434s

27

2434

Sale

"6334 "64*"

1987

May 1 1942....

Craig Valley 1st g 5s.

*2*666

1951 P A

General 4s.
.....
Cent Pac 1st ref gu g 4s
Through St L 1st gu g 4s
Guar 5s.
♦♦Can RR ft Bkg of Ga col tr

General gold

l03*'
*96""

26

1966
{♦Central New Eng 1st guar 4s..1961
Central of N J gen g 5s.........1987

♦5s extended to

169*"

O

♦Macon ft Nor Dlv 1st g 5s.
.1946
♦Middle Ga ft Atl Dlv pur m 5s. 1947
♦Mobile Dlv 1st 0 5s
194*
1,000 Central Foundry 1st mtge 6s
1941 M S
General mtge 5s
19,000
1941 M S
10,000 Cent Hudson G & E 1st ft ref 334 s *65 M 8

187,000
51,000
37,000
167,000
10,000
118,000
3,000
194,000
8,000
23,000
16,000
126,000
51,000
60,000

11334
12234 Sale
13134
10534 Sale"
10834 109
106
10634
10334

12034 Sale
121
120
118
11834

Canadian Pac 4% deb stock........ J
J
Collateral trust gold 4>*s
1946 M S
5s equip trust ctfs
J
.......1944 J

1st ft

Sale

11814 11834

1956
Guar g 434s
...1951 M s
Canadian Northern guar 634*
J
1946 J

II*

1934

3534 Sale
11834 11934
11534 Sale

1942
A.....1962

8034
Sale
76

20

'J

♦1st 7s ctfs of deposit

7634

23
Sale

10134 July
9454 July

105

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
81

...

;:>■&

79

Sale"
Sale

Sale

Bklyn Oueena Co ft Sub gto o%_.1941 MN
1st 5s stamped
J
1941 J
■

95

Sale

Bklyn Edison cons mtge 33*8..1966 MN
Bklyn Manhattan Transit 4 H*—1966 MN

33
Sale
9634 Sale
10834
24

2134 23
10534 Sale
9934 Sale

413,000 Bethlehem Steel 4 J*« series D
1960
360,000
Cons mtge 3H» series E.......1966

Jan.

102
Apr.
9934 Apr.

Jan. 21
Feb.
2
Jan. 14

Mar.
Jan.

10034 Mar.
63
48
45

95
88

June

Mar. 10

Mar.

July

June

743* June
1053* May
10654

Apr.

H634 Mar.
95

Mar.

953* Mar.
1103* Jan.
108
July 29 108
July
11434 July 22 108
Apr.
111
July 19 1093* July108

12

Jan.

8934 July
122

8
28

Mar. 8
Jan. 11
Jan. 20
Jan.
6
Jan.
5
Jan.
8

Jan.
June

July
10634 Apr.
101
Apr.

2

Feb. 11
Jan.
5
Jan.
7
4
12834 Jan.
4
17102 H Jan,
A
18 10234 Jan.
Jan. 20
27 111
29 11134 Jan. 18
6 1203* Jan. 19
Jan. 29
8 115

Mar. 30 108

IBS'

Jan. 12

Jan,
Jan..
Jan.
Jan.
10734 Jan.
Jan.

Apr.
3
Apr. 17
.0934 July
8
7254 June 23
02
July 17
L20

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

10634 Mar. 22
1065* Mar. 26
10834 Jan.
4 V

11
03

72

104

27

Mar. 22 112
Mar. 23 112
May
8 10934
Apr. 28 110
July
1 108
Apr. 29 111
May 28 107
Feb. 24 114
Mar. 1 1133*
1185* Mar. 1 1185*
108
Apr.
9 11134
110
May 17 116
99
Apr.
7
8734 June 30
90
Apr. 28
10234 Mar. 24
46
June 30
42
Apr. 20
73
July
7 8334
31
June 17 8534
10534 Apr.
1 1073*

"il

102
July 17 102
l02**
July 17
July 22 120
July 12
11834 Sale" 11834 11934 118
12434 July
2 12654 July 28
12434 12634 12634,

"29""

162

743*

July
July
July
10454 July
July
July
73
July
July
July
109,
July
113
July

Sale Prices

10654 Apr. 26 116

0354

l0*m July

102

2434
2434

„

103

10434 July
76
July
10934 July
10934 110
Sale
8934 July
8934
Sale
10234 July
104
10134 10234 10134 July
91
89
8834 July
Sale
75
July
75
Sale
67
6634 July
76
July
mm Sale
11234 113 W 11234 July
10734 July
10834
10934 July
11234 Sale
Sale

7134

102

1951
...1959

Jujiy

44

73

7
28
23
26
21
27
14
20
8
July 28
July 21

Highest

Sale Prices

105

76

Sale

Sale

July
July
July
July
96
July
10434 July
July
July
76
July
104
93

10434 Sale

Sale

10934 July

110
113

11234 July
10234 July
88
July
9034 Sale
9534 9234 July
95
10334 July
10434 105

Sale

10234
mi u
101K
8834
7734
6934

1

17 106
July 28
2 114
July 28
7 11334 July 21

109 54 "July

ilo"" 10734
112., 113
Sale' 10334 104

Sale

nsVi

July
July

11334 11234 July

4734 Sale
7334 74
6934
107
10634 106

106

1941

..

"

;

Sale

deb 4J*« '39

.

"4",000

.....105

.74 lit Sale

Atl Gulf ft WISS Line coll tr 5s. 1959

193,000
AO
325,000
J D
230,000
MN
257,000
J
J
15,000
Tol Cln Dlv 1st ft ref 4s ser A..1959 J
J
277,000
Refunding 5s series D.
2000 M 8
774,000
ConrgoHs..
1940 y a
237,000
Ref ft gen 5s series F..........1996 M 8
12,000 Bangor ft Aroostook RR 1st g 5s *43 J
60,000
Con refmtg gold 4s
1951 J
79,000
4s stamped...................1951

105,000
23,000

113

Sale

46
44

,

11334 I14,, 112

Sale

10434

10-yr coll tr 5s.........May 1 1945 M N
.....1948 J J

Second 4s....................1948

....1995
IstgoldSs.......... ....July 1948
Ref and gen 4s,series G. .....1995
P L E ft W Va Sys ref g 4s.
1941
SoutbwDlvlstJHs at 5%
..1950

10834 10934 10834 July
106

Sale

.

1IIS1SS®

Ask Bid

10834 Sale
10534
11134
11234 Sale
11434

J

Atlantic ft Danville 1st g 4s

Refund ft gen 5saer A..

Lowest

Ask
Sale Prices
Sale Prices
Sale 10934 July
9 112
July 23
Sale
110
I11,,
110434 July 14 10534 July 17
10334 10534 10434 105
Sale
1043i July 1 106
July 22
10434 Sale 105
1 108
10734 July
July 21
10734 Sale 106
6 108
10734 107H July
July 21
106
10734 10834
1 10434 July
10634 10434 July
10434 Sale 104

J

General unified 4J4S series A..1944 J D
L ft N collet gold 4s.
Oct.. 1952 MN

ft NW 1st g 8s guar

Highest

■

Atl Coast L let cons 4c.....July 1952 M S

con?

Lowest

July 31

July 1

I Baldwin Locom Works 1st s f 5S.1940 MN
5s assented......
...........1940

t.
'-.i,

1937

Nft.

Ask Bid

Auburn Automobile

RANGE SINCE JAN. I

Jan. 2

N. 7. STOCK EXCHANGE

25,000 Austin

•

PRICES IN JULY

Price

BONDS

Mar. 30

B

;

-

V'V.!''!.' -V,

■

Sales in
n.

7. stock

exchange

:K

«'

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'

$
16.000
94,000
66,000
195,000
93,000
43,000
2.000
264,000
118,000
5,000

207,000

.

1937

1*** A O
J
J
1*49

Chic A Alt RR reft 3a
Chic Burl * O III Dhr !»•

1*4* J

Illinois Division 4a

General 4a. ..............1*#S

M

cons

A 4s. .. ...1*54

8

A O
MM

(♦Chic At B 111 Ry (new co) A 5s ..1951
♦Certificates of deposit..........
Chic At Brie 1st Aold 5s... .......1*83 M N
M S
(♦Chic Gt Western 1st 5t-yr 4s.. .195*

ffffff

w

J

lat 4k ref 4H« series B....,....I*77 F A
1st Ac ref 5s series A.. ........1*71 FA

♦(♦Chic Ac B III 1st

2,000 (♦Chic Indlanap Ac Loulsv rf A 4sl*47
1,000
♦Refunding Aold 5s ser B
1947
y
4,000
♦Refunding 4s series C. .......1*47
♦1st At Aeneral 5s series A......1944
87,000
10,000
♦1st At Aon 4s series B
May 1*44
21,000 Chic Indiana At Sou 54-yr 4s ...1*54
Chic LSA Bast 1st 4 Ms
1*4*
8i"666 ♦Chic Mil At St P Aen A 4s ser A..198*
♦Gen A 354s series B....May 11*89
3,000
♦Gen 454s series G
59,000
..May 1198*
♦Gen A 4Hs serifs B
1,000
May 11*8*
♦Gen 4Kb series F......May 11*89
1,446",600 {♦Chic Mil St PAt Pas mtAs5s serA 1*75
♦Con* adj 5s..
1,551,000
Jant 3*8*
72,000 (♦Chic & No West Aen 354*
.1*87
♦General 4s.......
51,000
1*87
15,000
♦Stpd non payt Fed Inc tax. 1987
♦Stpd Aen 4Ks non-pay Inc tasl*87
59"000
♦Gen 5s stpd non pay Inc tax. 1*87
♦General 4 Vis stamped........ 1*87
10,000
55,000
♦♦19-year secured 4)48.. .....1*34
♦1st At ref A 5a
78,000
May 3037
♦1st At ref 444s stamped..May 3037
133,000
♦1 at At ref 4 Hs ser G.
134,000
...May 3037
467,000
♦Con* 414s series A*.
.1949

J
J

MM
J

J

J
J

11254 Sale

J
J
J

F

A

MN

MN
MN

MN

111k

Sale

111

Sale

■.

118Vi

117

--—

99
105
37 54 Sale

„

10154
32

Sale

Sale'

32 Vi

30V4

Sale

118.,

44
42 Vi
Sale

41

38
22 Vi Sale
22
06

vf

23 Vi
...—

68

69

67
70
33 Vi Sale
10 Vi Sale
45 54
46
49
Sale
49 Vi Sale
48
50Vi

MN

51 Vi

mn
MS

56 Vi
35
33 Vi

3854 Sale

Sale"

July
11854 July
38 o July

30
31
10
30
20
Sale
12
1154 16
103
10354
111 54
"50"
48

30
28 Vi

29 Vi July
27 Vi July

2654

50

i

J

D

f

D

J

D

MN

Sale
Sale

Sale

"49V4

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17 V4 Sale

34

9

46

5954
2254
754 Sale
32 Vi Sale
34 Vi Sale
31
34 54
38
30 Vi
39
36 Vi

5iJuly' "I

24 Vi

22

33 Vi

32 Vi July

Sale
7Vi Sale
3554

36

"6

July 31
50 Vi July 29
52 Vi July 20

5554
52V4

60 Vi

754 July

1
1

39

34 Vi July

1

34

38

3554 July

2

30 Vi

38 Vi
41

38 Vi

37
39

26 M July

854
3554
38 Vi
36 Vi

"20

July
8
July
July 20
July
2

47

119

124

67

1854 Sale

65 Vi
3154
3154
1654

Sale

1454

July

8
6

13

Jan.

18

8

43
Jan.
7
3954 Feb. 23
2654 Feb. 20
2654 Jan.
8
0754 Jan. 22
1154 Jan. 25

June

June

July
Apr.
Apr.
June

46

July
July
July
Apr.
June
654 June
32 Vi July
505
525
64
21 Vi

66
Mar. 10
5754 Feb. 26
6954 Jan. 28
6954 Jan. 22
Mar. 23
Jan.

8

Mar. 8
Jan. 11
Jan.

34
34

11

Feb.

15

Jan.

1254 June

25

30

Jan.

10154 Apr. 16
4654 Mar. 8
4554 Mar. 5

July

7

44 V4 July

8

8
5

8

12

2154 July
1354 July

40 V4 July
37
July

Feb.

11354 Jan. 19
11754 Jan. 21
11654 Jan. 25

4454 Jan.

16V4 July

?9% JW

Sale

5054 July "13
July 31
5554 July 16
52 Vi July 20
46

5854 Jan.
110

June

1

1

1454 Sale

8
295
9
275
25
8
11
8
13
8
1 100V4
110V4

July
27 Vi July
27 Vi July
1554 July
16
July
104
July

4
1
8
13
9
21
28
31
20
17

Sale Prices

5154 Mar.

1

July

Sale

13
6

May
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Jan.
July
July
117
May
3654 June

12

20 Vi

24

21 Vi

8
26 10454
10854
27 107 Vi
27 10654
~ 114
12 100
30
9
7
29 Vi

24 V4 July
24 Vi July

21

July 30
1
July
July 30

2054

30

Highest

Sale Prices
51
June 12

June
June
4554 Apr.
37 5i June
37
July
39
July
1854 June
1954 June
20
June

38)4^uiy^ "6

'41" "42"

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

32 Vi

48 Vi July

Sale

Sale

3954
2154
20 Vi
21254
1354

8

9
July
13
1154 July 26
13
13
July 22
103 Vi 103
2
July

m

"54 Vi

Sale Prices

July
July
July
July
1
July
1
14
July
July
6
28
July
July
31
15 11854 July
29 41 Vi July

27

20

48

Sale

30
29 V4

,

Sale

34 54

Sale Prices
52
51
July 21
109
107 Vi July
6
11154 111
July
7

July
July
July
July
July

Lowest

Highest

Ask

11254 111
110V4 109Vi
117
11654
10154

Sale

122 Vi
49
Sale

6554

J

10754

10954 Sale

.....

66

J

1

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Lowest

July SI

|

Ask
Sale
Sale

Bid
52

115 54 Sale
114

lOVi 1HV4
62 54 Sale
5554
5654

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11

Jan. 11
Feb. 18
Jan.

11

Feb. 18
Feb. 19

Feb. 19
3

Mar.

•!"

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Ask
57
Sale
109 Vi

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PRICES IN JULY

Price
Jan. 2

BONDS

July
Value

23

N. T. STOCK EXCHANGE-BONDS

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♦(♦Chlcsgo Rys 1st 5s stamped
F A
AuA 1 1*33 25% part paid.....1937
6,000
J
J
326,000 (♦Chic RI At Pacific Aen A 4s
1988
♦Certificates of deposit....
17,000
AO
173,000
♦♦RefUndlnA Aold 4s
.1*34
♦Certificates of deposit....
170,000
146,000
♦♦Sec. Aold 4Kb series A......1*53 m"s
♦Certificates of deposit....^
75,000
♦Convertible Aold 4 44s........1*40 MN
376,000
J d
49,000 Chic sl&NO Aold 5s
1*51
J D
Gold 344s.
5,000
......June 151951
J D
2,000
Memphis Div 1st 4s—.....—. 1951
124,000 Chic T H «c S'east lot At ref 5s
1960 J D
M S
59,000
Income Atiar 5s.....
Dec 1 I960
•

—

W

ff'ff

ChicaAo Union Station—
51,000
Guaranteed 4s
..........1944 J
1st mtge 4s series D...........1963 J
59,000

'ff'ff.

286,000
1st mtge 314s series E......—1963
92,000
344s guaranteed..
.1951
206,000 Chicago & Western Indiana 4s_.1952
196,000
1st & ref mtge 444* ser D
1962
1*43
42,000 Childs Co deb 5s
(♦Choc Okl Ac Gulf consol 5s_... 1952
154"666 Cine Gas Ac Elec 1st mtge 344'.—1*06

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9,000
366,000
26,000
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97

98

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87

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10554
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109
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109
94 Vi
86 Vi
94 Vi
90 Vi
91 Vi
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9054
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Sale

109

106 Vi
10654
10954 110V4 11054
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107 Vi Sale
105 Vi
105 Vi Sale
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104 Vi
104
102
101 Vi Sale
85
83 Vi
83

954
9454
90 Vi
87 54
76 Vi

Sale

91 Vi
78V4

29
12

3154 June

Jan.

9

3154 July

Jan.

66

June

107 Vi July
110 Vi July

104

Sale

10854 July
106 Vi July
105 Vi July
103
July
85 Vi July

103

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

100 Vi

iOl"

104

108

107
July
105 V4 July
104
July
10154 July
82 Vi July

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.

Feb.
Jan.

26
16
16
0
6
6
6
18
8

July 21
Jan.

11

Feb. 16
Feb.

10

Apr.
10454 Apr.

105 Vi 108

10754 July

2

113

Jan.

Mar.
10154 Apr.
10054 Apr.
9954 Mar.
80 54 June
35
May

35
Sale

Mar.

m
m

106 V4 July
11054 109 Vi July

35
Sale

30

64

June
9
July
June
1754 July 20
June
1854 July 26
8
June
17
July
8
1154 July
954 June
9 108 Vi Mar.
109 Vi July
9454 July 21
9454 July
91 Vi July 14
90 Vi July
91 Vi July 22
8754 July
83
July 12
7554 June

20

107

15 V4
10

Jan

July

34 V4 July
33
July

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

1115
108 V

Jan.

7
13
5
9

Jan.

10854 Jan.
10554 Jan.
94
40
104

Jan.

11

1 10154 July

14

11

4

Jan.

5

104Vi Apr. 30 108 V4 Feb.

100 Vi July

Mar.

0

9754 Apr.

_

1957 M N
1st mtge guar 3 His series D....1971 M N
Clearfield At Mahon 1st Atd A 5s.. 1943 { ff
C C C & St L gen A 4s
1993 { D
General 5s series B
1993 J D
Ref Atlmpt4HsseriesB....... 1977 3
J
Cairo Div 1st gold 4s
.1939 J
3
Cln W Ac M Div 1st A 4s........1991 '
3
MN
St Louis Div 1st coll trust A 04-19*0
Spring & Col Div 1st A 4s
1940 M S
J

4Vis ser B..1942 A O
1942 A O
J
Series A gu 4Ha
...1*42 J
Series C gu 3Vis
1*48 mn
f a
Series D gu 3Vis
1950
General 4 Vis aeries A..—
1977 F A
Gen & ref. mtAe4V4s series B.. 1981 J
J
Clev Short Line 1st Au 414 a
.1*61 A O
Clev Union Term 1st gu SHi A..1972 A O
1st s f A 5s series B guar...... 1973 A O
1st s f 4 Vis series C
1977 A O
Coal Rlv Ry 1st Au 4s..
1*45 J D
Colo Fuel At Iron Co gen s f 5s..1943 F A
♦5s income mtge......
.....1970 A O
...

"5", 006

9454

10454

Clev At Pitts gen gu
Series B gu 34s

1,000

113 Vi

F A

28,000 Cleve-CUffs Iron 1st mtge 4J4s__1950 M N
J
48,000 Cleve Elec Ilium 1st M 3
1965 J
'.

1054 Sale

38
104 Vi

1st mtge A 5s series C guar

W W Val Div lat A

2054 Sale
1854 Sale
20 Vi Sale
18 Vi Sale

71

3154 Sale

47

.1942 M*

4s

76

82

Sale

38

J J 11054
M S 10854
J •» 107 Vi
M a 105>i

Cincinnati Union Terminal—

62.000
61,000

J

J_

812
412

105 Vi

10654 10754 106 Vi 106 Vi 105 Vi July 28 10754 July
Sale
105
105
10554 Sale
July 31 107
July
104 Vi
104 Vi

10454 107

100 Vi

108 Vi 108 Vi
110

Sale"

105 Vi 106 54
102 V4
102
8,
103

10554
103

101

117

119

97 Vi

Sale"

10554

107 54

111V4 Sale

91 Vi

92 Vi

103 Vi 104
10354
94 Vi
93 Vi
93 Vi
98 V4 Sale
103
10454
103
107 V4
108 Vi

Hi18

Sale

10254" 166" "July "I 102k July" '29
117

Sale

110

113

109 Vi

104
109 Vi
109 Vi
107
104
10854
105 Vi

117

Sale

10454

91 Vi July
103 Vi July

95
99 Vi

91 Vi July
98 Vi July

July

20 117
July
1
94 Vi July
8 104

16

July

94 Vi July

20
6
8
8

1 100

July

20

163"" 103*" July

12 103

July

108
Sale

30 108
July
1 110V4 July

12
16
14

106 Vi July

108 Vi July

109 Vi

10454

19
10

105 Vi July 28 109 Vi
Mar. 20 UOVi
101
10454 Mar. 19 104 Vi
97
Apr. 13 10754
117
July 20 118
9054 June 29 9854

Apr. 28
Jan.
7
Mar. 19
Jan. 13
Apr. 20
Jan. 15

10354 June 29 10654 Jan.
Jan.
July
IV* Apr. 16 103
95
3 10454 Jan.
101

May 10103
30 108
10554 Mar. 22,111 V4
11054 June 23 11054

106 Vi July

8

15
18

Feb.
1
Feb. 25

Jan.

2

104

113

11054
10954
105 Vi

109 Vi

Jan. 27
5 113
2 109
June
8
May 11 11154 Jan. 13
June 30 106 Vi May
3

11054 Feb.

108

109 Vi 10854 July

106

10854
107 Vi 10654 July

1055

June 23

10854 July

12

110
115 Vi

109

100,000
190,000
243,000
5,000
40,000
175,000
161,000 Colorado & Southern 4V4s ser A. 1980 m N
347,000 Columbia Gas At Elec deb 5s. —1952 UN
Debenture 5s ........Apr 15
11,000
1952 a o
Debenture 5a.......... Jan 15 1*61
264,000
2,000 Col At Hock Valley 1st ext A 4s
1948 A C

112
110
105
112
106 V4
106
90 Vi Sale
75 Vi
7454
10454 Sale

108

1955 FA
184,000 Columbus Ry Pow & Lt 4s......*965 MN
190,000 Commercial Credit deb 3 Vis
1951 A O
147,000 Commercial Invest Tr deb 3Vi*—1951

113'
108 j

10654

11154 112 Vi
109 Vi Sale
107 Vi 107-8
10254 Sale
109
110V4
104 Vi 105
85
83 Vi

Jul"y"l5

106

June

109

lllVi 112

107

105

-

30*.000

1,000

Col At Tol 1st sxt 4a

1943
.1951
8tamped guar 4 Vi*
—....1951
Conn River Power s f 3H* A..... 1961
Consol Edison (N Y) deb 3Vis...1946
3 Vi* debentures...........
.1956
Consol Hydro-Elec Works of Upper

♦Debenture 4s...........AAtO 1955 A
♦Debenture 4s................1956 J
s

f 5s..2....I960 J

i
D
D
J

J

O
J

J

Consumers Power Co—
1st lien At unif mtge 3Vis......1965 mn
39,000
1st lien & unif mtge 3Vis
62,000
1965 mn

210,000
65,000
19,000
164,000
34,000
75,000
17,000
36,000

1st mtge 3Vis.......
......197C
1st mtge 3V4s.._1966
Container Corp of Am 1st s f A 6s. 1946
Deb gold 5s with warr........1943

Copenhagen Telep extl

s

Crane Co a f deb 3Vis..
Crown Cork & Seal s i 4s

loivi

Sale

mn

Sale

Sale
36
36
34 Vi
34 Vi
34 Vi
66

109

10754 Sale
108 Vi Sale

mn
J

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J

D

102

f g 5s..1954 F a
1951 F a

1950 mn
J
Crown WUlamette Pap 1st s f A 6s 1951 J

Sale

104

105""

77
75
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57
98
; Sale
98 V4 101
Sale
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iSB

5954
101

10054
9954
11154

112 J4
Sale
106 Vi 106 Vi
Sale
97
Sale
102 Vi Sale
104 Vi
106
106 Vi
107 V4
10554
Sale
102 Vi 103 Vi 105
104 Vi Sale
104 Vi Sale
103 Vi Sale
104 Vi Sale
'

1954
106 Vi Sale
106 Vi Sale

65 Vi

10054
108 *

112 Vi

10654 Sale
107 Vi Sale

♦Wuerttemberg 1st 7s.........1956 J
5,000
130,000 Consol Gas Co deb 4Vi®._..
1951 J
535,000 Consolidated Oil conv deb 3Vi*—1951 J
24,000 (♦Consolidated Ry deb 4s.......1954 J
♦Debenture 4a...........JAtJ 1955 J
3,000

62,000 ♦Consolidation Coal

11254

10454
10954
10754 108 Vi

Conn At Paaaum Rlvs 1st A 4s
Conn Ry At Lt 1st A 4 Vis

4,000
87,000
219,000
231,000

104 Vi 104 Vi
10454 Sale

Sale

105.Vi Sale

UOVi July
108
July
105
July
100 Vi July
109
July
104 Vi July
77
July
July
eon 57
Sale
98
July
10154 98 Vi July
97 Vi July
99 Vi
YK JUiy
111 54 July
"

102
100 •
102 Vi Sale
106 V4
106
105 V4 106

JSi*

21

107
101
32

31
31
31
65
106 Vi

25
Sale
Sale

36
37

July
July
July
July

112 Vi July
10654 July
97 V4 July
102 Vi July

July
104
July
104 Vi July
103 Vi July

107 Vi July
105
July
106 Vi July

11254
105 Vi
9654
101 Vi

107

25
25 Vi Sale
107
10754 10654
10054
103 Vi Sale
33
31 Vi
33 Vi
31 Vi

"3854

3154
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67

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105 Vi
101V4 103 Vi 10354
101 Vi Sale
10254
100 * Sale
9954
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105 Vi
101 Vi Sale
101 Vi
101
102
101 Vi
100 Vi Sale
101 Vi
106 V4 106 Vi 106
104 Vi 105
10554

lllVi July
110
July
108
July
103
July
109
July
105
July
86
July
61 Vi July
10154 July
101
July
99 Vi July
112 Vi July

10454 July

24
29
29
14

30
7
27
12
27
20

29

109

19

lllVi Feb.

26

102
94

1

21

6754

65

July

1

68

July

115

Jan.
10854 Jan.
10054 Jan.
105 Vi Jan.

10754
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10254 Mar. 910654
10 101
Mar. 210754

Jan.

Jan.
Jan.

13
2
18
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11
11
2
5

1854 Mar. 17 26 r July 21
5
105 5i Apr.
2 108 Vi June
2
10054 June 15 10754 Jan.
3154 July 28 4154 Feb. 24
3354 July 22
5
3554 Jau.
34
May 26
6354 Jan. 26

9 107 54 July 28
Apr. 13
Mar. 23
2 10454 July 30
9
6 10254 July
Apr.
9
10054 July 15
Apr. 14
Mar. 18
105
July 19 102
7
10154 July 13 100 V4 July
2
102
July 17
9954 Feb.
97
101V4 July 28
Apr.
2
7 104
10654 July
Apr.
9
2 10354 Apr. 28
10554 July

Mar.

8

Feb. 17
4054 Mar. 15
71V4 Mar. 20
40

11054
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10854
10354
105

102
103

107
106

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Jan.

15

9

16

Jan. 30
106
112 Vi Feb. 11

14

12
6
12

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13
4
2
11
4

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30
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1
105
105 V4 Jan. 25
114 Vi Jan. 28

10454 Mar.

38

107 Vi 105 Vi July
109
102
July
102 Vi 10154 July
100 Vi
99 Vi July
106
104 Vi July
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101
July
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Mar.

Apr.

9954 Mar.
104 54 Mar.
105 V4 Apr.

21
12

July

Mar.

7

10354 July
36
July
36
July

26

June
98
96 Vi June

23

107 Vi July

July
July
July
July
July

10854 Mar. 19 116V4 Jan.
108
113
Jan.
July
104 Vi Mar.
11154 Jan.
9954 Apr.
10554 Jan.
109
July
11254 Jan.
Mar.
104
108
May
Feb.
76 Vi June
96
56 Vi June
77 Vi Jan.
105 V4 Jan.
9754 June

Z5'

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

18
4
2

29
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7
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24
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,55,000

Cuba Northern Ry« lit

69,000
.19,000

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5s

1987

HO.

,

July 1

Ash Bid
Sale
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1st mtge gold

4H*———1969

A O

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1054

J

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102

J

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AO

64

Certificates of deposit

t^Des Plalnes Val 1st guar 4Jit.,. 1947

364
Sale
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M

8

F

A

60

107
27

Sale

J

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1074

MN

2,000
Stamped as to Pa tax——
236,000 ♦♦Den Ac Rio Gr 1st eons g 4s. .—1936
; 74,000
♦♦Consol gold 4 Hi
1936
63,000 {♦Den? Ac R Gr West gen 5s Augl95B
77,000
♦Assented (subject to plan)
173,000
♦Ref Ac Imp mtge 6s ser B
1978

Sale

1035* Sale
895* Sale
1055* 107
1025* 104
1055*
1075*

J

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5,000

Sale

48

56

extended to-—————-1946
6s extended to
1946

Denser Gas Ac

Gen Ac ref 4H* series

D——1961

Gen Ac ref 5s series E————1952

A O

A O
Gen Ac ref mtge 4s series P.....1965
M S
91,000
Gen & ref mtge 35*s series G—1966
J D
♦Detroit Ac Mack 1st Uen g 4s....1999
♦
1 st 4s assented............1995

203,000

♦Second gold 4s-.............1995 I D
3,000
♦2nd 4s assented.1995 -N
6,000 Detroit Term Ac T unnel 1st gu 4H('61 MN
D
50,000 Dow Chemical deb 3s
1951
Dul Ac Iron Range 1st 5s. .......1937 A O
J
13,000 t"Dul So Shore At Atlantic g 5s.1937

mJ

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175,000 Duquesne Light 1st M 35* ■

1965

J

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1,000
7,000

Eastern Ry M No Dlv 1st g fa
1948 A O
Eastern Tenn Va Ac Ga 1st g 5s ..195t MN
J
J
21,000 Ed El 111 Bkn 1st con g 4a
1939

7,000 Ed El 111 N Y 1st

cons g

J

199"

5s

150,000 Electric Auto Lite cony deb 4s...1952
12,000 Itlgln Jol At East 1st g 5s
1941
17,000 El Paso Nat Gas 45*8 series A.—1951
21.00G El Paso At S W 1st At ref 6s

F

64
664

46

572",606
433,000
1,000

10,000

,

cony

4s Series D

D

1969 A O

1st lien

a

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35

S*

m
46

6

f 6s stamped
......1942 M fc
30-year deb 6s aeries B........1954 J D
a

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1946
'♦Fla Cent At Peninsular 5s.....l94? J
♦Fla East Cdast 1st
44a
1959 r
♦1st At ref 5s ser A
.....1974 M

61

485*
505*
605*
525*

1015*
674
110

1064

75
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105

114
104

101

91

85 J*
85
118 5*

m
625*

162"*

v

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1085*
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1051*

June 26

16

75* July

7

Sale

114

July

12 115

July

1

58

615* July 22
55
July 13

June 26

52

July

108

Jan.

5

July

955* Jan.
1065* July

16

Mar.
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Sale
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"51""

1045* Sale

47

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1135* July
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100

435*

"48"

1065* Sale

Feb.

July
May
July

38

425* July
1045* July

Feb.

July

32 J* Jan.

55* June 28
505* June 3
111

12

107
July
July
1155* 113
1045* 1065* 1045* July
July
1315* 1355* 131

Apr. 12 1165* Jan.
4
8
July 21 1105* Jan.
Apr.
2 1115* July 21
Mar. 23 1095* Jan.
5
Mar. 21
60
May 21
Apr. 28 65 i. May 25
Feb.

106

M

20
19

107

114

4

45

July
July

Jan.
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1045* July

70
765* Sale
102
104
103
102
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1665*
103

103

57

96

89

78""
67

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105*
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cons 2-4s
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Proof of claim filed by owner.... MN
♦Certificates of deposit.......
Fort St U D Co 1st g 44s.
J
1941 J

35*
35*

45*
45*

18

19
21
5
2

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5
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14

5
1

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13

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16

Jan.

14
5
16
22
22
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16
16

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8

June

9

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2

102

70
102
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I6I5*

76 H
82 H

75*

1

575* Apr. 20

4

1075*

82

MN

18

Mar.

21

113

1015*

1025*
1035*
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18

225* Feb. 19

Feb.

1135* 114
1045* Sale

102

102

8

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23

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,

'645*

3

10854 June 18
365* Jan. 16

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6

1065* Feb.
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Apr.

485* July 20
415* Apr.
6 55
May
1145* July 10 111
Apr.
2 1185* Jan.
1025* July 19 101
June 26 1025* July
1015* Apr. 28 1025* Jan.
445* July'29
425* July 17 725* Jan.
1065* July 31 102
Mar. 23 110
Jan.

July

11454 116

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Mar. 25

104

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60

48

47

9

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55

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645* Jan. 23

56

45

85

61

65

465* June 29

23

1
IO65* 1065* July 21 1075* July
2 1115* July 21
Sale
1085* July
1 105 * July 28
1045* 1055* 1035* July

70

J

♦Certificates of deposit.—....

July

7

175*

Sale

175*

July
July
July

95
1015* July
1005* 1015* 1005* July
1025* July
1035* 104
96
96
90
July
87
July
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70
July
775* 78
68
75
July
71
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115* Sale
12
115*
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*$6Fonda Johns Ac Glor ref 44S.1952
Proof of claim filed by owner

45

106

85

76

5

1 105
July
29
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71

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50 5* July
9
52
July 30
615* July 22
55
July 13

2
1
9

107
July :
112 ' May
1035* Apr. :
135
131
Sale
July
131
July
Sale
109
July
110
Sale
1105* July
1075* Apr.
112
111
111
Sale
July
115
1105* July
1085* Apr.
105
1045* July 2711045* July 20 1005* Apr.
1045*
1045* 1035*
8109
July 13 1065*
1085* 108
1075* l09"
July
May :
110
105
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June 1
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1045* July 12 103
1045*
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Mar. 18 106
6
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Sale
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995* July 24
1005*
975* Apr.
77
82
Sale
July
7
77
July
Sale
775* Sale
76
June :
80
8
July
Sale
825* July
805* Sale
80
July
80
81
July
95
% 81
815* July 12
80
July
795*
885*
915*
91
Jan.
Sale
Sale
72
Sale
71
705* July
755* July
68
June
Sale
72
Sale
705* July
855*!
755* July
68
June
,705*
118
■118
118
118 ' 119
July
July
1145* Mar.
118
July
Sale
8118J* July
1175* 119" 1185* 119
1165* Feb.
Sale
1085*
1085*
1125* Mar.

103
104
102

1

47

105

1164 Sale
1074 1074
1384

1105*
108 J*

38

Sale Prices

455* July
July
57
July
52
July

50
535*
64
56

75*

48

1135*

Highest

Sale Prices

in

103"" 1034 1015*

107

S

115

ilB*
IS*

Lowest

Sale Prices

87
July
12
885* Sale
1065* 1065* July 16 1065* July 15
Y4 Juiy
6 103
102 5* July
~ "
Sale
July 31
103
1055*
1075* July 15
July 15
1075*
July 21
1075* July 21
1075* 108
Sale
July
7
265* July 31
Sale
265*
28 5* July 15
July
285*
31J*
Sale
July
145* July 26
16
Sale
145* July 15
July
Sale
185* July 31
215* July
Sale

55*

48

-

1164

108H

A

1942 M

f 5s stamped

35

915*
915*

F

First Hen

50

J

Braes to Breda Co 1st mtge 7s..—1954
D
Fairbanks Morse deb 4s.........1956
Federal Lt At Tr 1st s f 5s_.......1942 M b
5s International series......1942 M S

70
65
45

50

J

J
Erie Ac Jersey 1st s f 6a.......1955
J
Genesee Riy RR 1st s f 6s
1957
N Y At Erie RR ext 1st 4a
1947 MN
—...

1105* 1114
085* Sale

J

Ref At Impt gold 5s ser 1927 ...1967 II N
Ref Ac Imp 5a ser 1930.........1976 A O

3d mtge 44a

16,000
137,000
9,000
1,000
17,000
9,000
5,000
9,000
2,000
20,000
336,000
103,000

~j

1953 A O

„

1164 117
1094

A

M N

1,000
5s stamped
.........1965
2,000 Brie Ac Plttsb gen gu g 34s ser B.194C
1,000
Series C 34s
194«
114,000 Brie RR 1st con At prior lien 4s..1996 J
163,000
1st con sol gen lien 4s.........1996 J
69,000
Cony g 4s Ser A .............1953
38,000
Series B_...................1953
Gen

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Highest

Sale Prices

Ask

Detroit Edison—

98,000
60,000

i

.

.

Lowest

July 31

Ask Bid

57

615* Sale

7 Hi

88,000 Dsyton Pr 8c L11st Ac ret 35* •—1960
416,000 Del Ac Hud 1st 8c ret 4s
1943
12,000 Delaware Pr Ac Lt 1st M 4H*—1971
20,000
1st Ac refits
I960

"fl" 666

62

5H«--—1942
1952

'

?

»

'

I

Jan. 2

STOCK EXCHANGE

Bid
%

'

'

,

|

PRICES IN JULY

Price

BONDS

July
Value

T'

EXCHANGE—BONDS

.....

21

76

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
91
July
78
July
725* July
125* July
12
July

2 104/4
191023*
221015*
19 1025*

31

Jan.

Mar.

26

Apr.
Apr.

Jan.

11

Feb.

13

1

22
8

2

Jan.

Mar. 30

July

Feb.

23

June

Feb.

23

July

Feb.

27

Jan.

Mar. 27

July

Apr.

8

June
June

Jan.

6

22

June

7
5
5

20
7
6
2

19

175* .....t-

Apr.

Mar.
Mar.

2

95* Jan. 13

♦♦(Amended) 1st

2,000
3,000

"7", 606

Pramerlc Ind Ac Dee 20-yr 7
J
J
4s..1942
trust 6S....1956 MN

29,000 Francisco Sugar coll

6,000

34,606

9,000

^?-000

102

121,000

l*Ga At Ala

98

91
117

103

101

1055* Sale
40
-

♦8 f deb

15-year debenture 34a—.——1951

835* Sale

1225*

t 6s
-1948 » ^
General Motors Acceptance
Corp—
1
10-year debenture 3s
1946 * A

Genera* Public Service deb
5Hi. 1939
Gen Steel Castings 1st
5H» w

1075* 1105*

97

Galv Hous Ac Hend 5H»
A.......1938
Gas At Elec (Bergen Go) 5s
1949

Gen Amer Investors deb 5a set
A.1952
48,000 General Cable 1st s f g 5 Hi A
1947 •
8,000 ♦General Elec (Germany) 7o
1945 '
5,000
♦Debenture 6H«—
1940 J

254,000
217,000

107

Sale

40

Sale

46

Sale

1045* 105
A 1055* Sale
1025*
»
J
965* Sale
J
405*

*

{

w.,1949|J

1st cons 5a....Oct. 1948
Ac Northern-

July
6
35* July
45*
35*
35*
3 5* June
65* Mar. 17
July 24
35*
4
35* July
35*
45*
5
Mar.
2
35* July
1065* HO
1045*
1075* Jan. 20
[1075* Jan.
8 ,1075* Mar. 16 11054 July
1085* 1105* 109
1105* 1095* July "23 1105* July
8
69
71
Sale
July 23 73
July
1
655* 71
67
June 19 875* Jan. 12
4

93

925* July

945*

ill!

1015*
102
1045* Sale 1065* Sale
325* Sale
355*
37
31
39
365* Sale
355s
325*
35

1015* July
1045* July

325* July
325* July
325* July

—

Sale
Sale 103
1015*
Sale 1025* Sale 1015*
101
1025* 101
1025*,1023*
845* Sale
765* 79
765*

1015*
1015*

25

37

30

255*

37

32

40

315*

26

30

26

1 103

July 30
July
1 1023* July 27
7
July
7 10254 July
7
July 27 843* July

July

35

525*

95
July 20 J 92
June 14 100
1215* Jan. 29 1225
7 10154 July 10 1005* Apr. 28 1023
1 10654 July 31 1035* Apr. 16 1063
July 20
1 36
30
Apr. 24 40
6 365* July 31
30
Apr. 23 40
36
July 17
295* Mar. 16 40

2

30

985*
985*
1015*
765*
325*

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Jan.

Jan.

105

12
27
11

7
2
2
2

Jan.

8

1055* Jan.

Apr.
Apr.

2
8
7

Mar. 29 1035* Jan.

July 27

975* Jan.

June 15

445* Jan. 20

♦^♦Georgia Carolina
2,000

J
Extended at 6% to July 1
1934.-,
♦Good Hope Steel Ac Iron sec
7a.1945 A O

209,000 Goodrich (B F) Co
1st mtge 454*
336,000

cony

105

deb 6s.. 1945
——

1956

395,000 Goodyear Tire Ac Rubber 1st
Sa_. 1957 M
16,000 Gotham SUk Hosiery deb 5s w w. 1946 M

"3~, 666
95*656
115,000

Gout Ac Oswegatchte 1st 5s
Gr R Ac I ax 1st gu g 4

Ha

1st Ac gen

a

N

111
99
87

93

815*

95

'

1950

.....

100.000

"2~ 660

£?;

Greenbrier Ry 1st gu g 4s
Gulf Mob 8c Nor 1st
5Hi

...

B

MN
1950 A O
1951 A 0
1941

1st mtge gold 5s series C
Gulf At Ship Island ref
5s—Feb 1952 J

Stamped.....................

97,000 Gulf States St'l 1st mtge 4 H*
.1961 A O
90,000 Gulf States Utilities 4s series C_.
.1966 A O
10-year debenture 45* *———
45,000
.1946 A O
3,000 Hackensack Water 1st 4s
♦Harpen Mining 6s..........

26", 066

Hock

Val 1st

coo

g 4Hs_.._.

134.001 ♦Hoe (R) Ac Co 1st mtge......
2,000 (♦Housatonlc RR con g 5a...

.1952

J

1165* Sale
1145*, 115
1095* 1095*
108

J

.1944 A O
.1937 MN

Sale

1195* Sale

m

625*
12

Sale

75
Sale

1085*
1045* Sale
995* 1005*
885*
885* 94
995* Sale
105
1055*
1045* Sale
....

1075* 110
29

124"" 1255*
84

775*

103

Sale

80

34

July 20

Sale

1045* 1045* 1025* July
05* July
1005* Sale 1005* Sale
Sale
Sale
104
1035* July
Sale
99
9854 July 14
985*
1025* 1045* 1025* 1045*
1085* 1095* 1085* 1095* i685*"Juiy"l4
"

rn
92

92

1165* Sale

.1949 J
.1996

Sale

A

1944

Great Northern Ry—
72,000 ; 1st Ac refund 4Hi Ser A
1961
Gen mtge 5H» Sec
133,000
B......... 1952
Gen mtge 5s Ser
19,000
G........... 1973
Gen 4H» Series
150,000
D............. 1974
Gen 4 Hi series E
168,000
1971
Gen mtge 4s series
1,224,000
G._..—.... 1946
Gen mtge 4s series
492,000
H.......... 1946
Gen mtge 3 % s series I
423,000
1967
1,000 ♦Green Bay 8c Weat deb ctfa A..
Feb
♦Income debenture ctfs B
62,000
Feb

15",660

Sale

D

1947

f g 6 Hi

l&H

1035* Sale
1035*

1941
...

...

Sale

D

1942 J

Grays Point Teem 1st gu g 5s
Gt Cons El Pow
(Japen) 7s

45

94

"965*

895*

Sale

95

Sale

34

July 20

1045* July 21 102 5*
10154 July 22
975*
1055* July
7 103
100
July
8
955*
1035*
July" 14 1085*

[1085*

July 13
935* July 27
98

935* July
875* July

Sale

91

1135* Sale
1175* Sale

114

1135* July
1175* July

115

1175* Sale

110

112

113

110

1125*
10654
1055*
1313*
ilO 54

112
1045* Sale
1035* Sale

-vj

Sale

Sale

1055*
1043*
1245*

Sale

1225*

Sale

1045* July
1025* July
1225* July

109

Sale

109

Sale

109

95
945* Sale
60
685* 60
105* Sale
105*
1055*
1055*

103

Sale

101

98

Sale

95

915*
915*
965*

Sale

Sale
69
12

1025*
9854

925*
925*
Sale

July

943* July
65

July

1054 July

96

July
July

98

Sale

1015* 103

Sale

1035*

Sale

1005* July
1045* 1043* 1035* July

1065*

Sale

1065* 1073* 1063* July

28

8 1065* July

1

11954 July"16
945* July 28
66
July 15

90
93 5*
995*
1025*

2

Jan. 27

985* Apr.
5
955* May 14

Apr. 26 L165* Jan.

Apr.

955* June

24

1185* 1195* 1185* July
1185* 120
93
89
July
895* Sale
943*
64
63
695*
67
625* July

May 20 111

L06
Mar.
L00 5* June

925* July 20
9854 July 27
10354 July 22
1045* July
9

11

Mar. 30
1015* Jan.
4

Jan. 27
845* Feb. 13

10

Jan.

June
June 28 106
June 16'J075* Jan. 15
Jan. 13 1035* Jan. 13

L145* Mar.
108
Apr.
LOO5* Apr.
LOO5* Apr.
1175* June
106
Apr.
925* Apr.
65
July

July
995* July

52

305* Mar.
107

July
Apr.

90

L10

July
July
July
July
July
96
July
65
" July
1254 July

103

973* July

100

24

14

1613* "July'
92

July

1175* July

July

305* June 28
23
Apr. 17

1195*
L1554
1095*
L085*
28 1415*
8 1115*
28 96
65
14
15
28
1065*
- 4
1 1065*
30 1035*

8

Feb.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
May
Feb.
July
July

4
20

Jan.

25
27
9
9

28

11
18
8

4

14
14

Mar.
1
Jan. 18
Feb.
9

925* May 28
Jan. 13
995* Jan. 12
June
2
Apr.
3 1055* Jan. 15
4
Apr. 30 1055* Apr.

1055* Apr.

10 108

Feb.

9

May 24
Jan.
8
Feb. 15
Jan. 27

25
May 14 275*
1145* Mar. 23 1265*
975*
Jan.
2
84
625* July 13 865*

1
->

For footnotes




see page

30.

:

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N. Y. STOCK

Auo., 1937]
Sales In
July
Value

PRICES IN JULY

Price

BONDS

Ask
103 %
Sale
Sale

Sale

110

107%

Plain

..

89 % Sale
84 % Sale

107% 108

107" Sale"

MN
J

J

101

:

102

538,666
41,000

187,000

89

81 £

70%

76

70
85

Sale

63%

Sale

80
69

A

M N

F

98
90

-

J

J

F

A

A

S

A O

A

0

J

J

1

J

J

D

MN

J

96% Sale
100 %

Sale
Sale

6%

A

40
25

98

44
30
34
—~

98%

46
84

80

107%.
102%
40

11*
27%
98%

.....

102

J

J

J

J

D

Kresge Foundation coll trust 4s. 1945 J

J

F

Sale"

—

—

—

—

—

— —

»«•<->

69

70
66%
100% Sale

33

30

Sale
33

IV*

29
27

33

July "21

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

85

75

100%
99%
90
85%
97% 100

Sale

IV*
92

Sale

75% Sale

5%

6%

8
23

66% July 23
28% July 24
24% July 23
71
July 27
69% July 23
100% 3uiy 13
9 101

July

28% July
9% July
28% July
28
July
74% July

34

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

26
12
26
27
31
22
26
31
21
20
12

7% July

13

71
100

July

6

July
96% July
85 * July
95
July
66
July
90% July
71
July
5% July

102

99%
85%
97%
72

92%
77%

28

95% 94% July
104% 103% July

96

; ,v.

97

' '.v;

.

July

102%

July'30 103""*

m

June

94

June

May

f

21

Jan.

14
7
11

Jan.

Jan.

7 102

27% June 30
9% June 29
26% June 30

71%

June 29
May 13

71
99

6
July
Mar. 16

27

Jan.

56

52%
91%
91
103

June

42%

Jan.

Apr. 22
Jan.

23

Mar. 10
Mar. 10
Mar. 10

ft*
102$

Mar. 11
Jan. 28

Apr,

5

Jan.

20

95% June 19 101% Jan.

12

83

June

2

95

Apr. 28 102
63% Apr. 29 75
79
May 17 92%
67
Apr. 28 80%

94

Jan.

3

1

July

' 2

Feb.

5
25
21

Jan.
Jan.

July
Feb.
Mar.

6

9
11
1

108

8?
95
100

Jan.
Jan.

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

12
22
18
9

19

5
109% Jan.
105
May 21
41
25

31
35
100

2
Jan.
5
Feb. 25
Feb.
9

Mar.

July

"30

July

10

99% May

7 115% Jan.
101% Jan.
107% Jan.

7
13

109% Jan.
108% Jan.

Apr.
May
July

102% Jan.
Jan.
161

6
21
22
29

Jan.
Feb.

5
1

119% Feb.

1

108

146

95% July
113

19

98% July

July

13 ll5

July

105

" July

93% July
1
58% July
2
58% July
1
49
July 22
49
July 27

52
62

June

101

94% 96%
60% Sale
60
60%
48
50
u
51%

70

June

18

Apr.

97% Mar.

93% Sale
58% Sale
58% Sale

Sale

8
2
12
9

Jan.
Feb.

2 110

110

99 % Sale
66
Sale
65 % Sale
64
68

98%

53% June
20

:

101%
151% 154%

105

13

12
2
14
18

108

June

US

25% July

Sale

21

Jan.
97
95% Jan.

105% Jan.

Mar.

101
55

X04H

99% 101

103
98

6
4

104% Jan. 30 104% Jan. 30
Jan.
2
100% Apr. 28 107
Feb. 19
35
May 26 43

109%

113
115
112% 114
99% 102% 99% 101

Jan.

__

107;

99% 97
109% 104% 109%

Jan.

Mar. 10
Jan. 15
Jan. 13

Mar. 18
June 16

102% July 12 101% May
46
50
July
July 13
47
July 14
42% June
8
June
July
June
79
89% July 20
Apr.
July 23 106
Feb.
July 14
10AH Mar.
8
40
July
July 20
11% June
21
21
July 19
May
25
Apr.
27% July 24
100
July 10
96% J an.

—-

15l% 156""

Jan.
June 18

8
93% Apr. 12 102% Jan. 11
Jan. 20
13 100
Apr.
8 106

Q5

102% 105
109% 110
107% 101

12

July
July

105

m

109% 113%

75%

13
23
21
4

Jan.

28
89% Jan. 19
92% Jan. 25
94
July 28 98% Jan. 20
100% Mar. 10 100% Feb. 25
94
Apr. 23 101% Jan . 20

2 100

July

M'£
■1^

7
11

Jan.
Jan.

29
28
30 90% Jan.
90
Jam
31
29 104% Jan.
Jan.
29 80
Jan.
30 109
Feb.
25 98
17 102% Jan.

98% Mar.

100% 100% 100

93
95
96

Jan,
Jan.

70
July 30 91% Jan. 20
7
66% July 30 87% Jan. 21
7
Feb. 16
2 106% Apr. 19 108

68% July

28% Sale

60

,

105% July

103% July
60
July
60
July
21% July
18% July
62
July
62
July
96% July

25% Sale

44 M

82,000 Laclede Cas Lt ref ext 5s—..1939 A 0
Coll ft ref 5 M* series C
170,000
...1953 F A
P A
Col ft ref g 5 Ms ser D
62,000
.—I960
Coll tr 6s series A.............1942 F A
40,000
F A
Collateral trust 6s series B....1942
1,000

""l 154%

Sale

A

••

July 30 80% July
66% July 30 76% July
10 107% July

July
98% July

109%

f»

70

101% 103% 102% July
Sale
Sale
49
46
July
Sale
47
47% 43% July
Sale
82
84
July
Sale
80
85%
July
Sale
108% }8?* 107% July
103
103
103% 104
July
44
40
40% July
15
11%
11% July
21
21
July
27%
27% July
99
July
99% 98% 100
110

104

——

102%
161% 164%
108% 108%
115M 116%
119%

WW

I

July

96%
_

,

109j|

A

26

104

101%

107

AO

25

103% Sale

J

O

62%

64%
63%

105% Sale

J

J

Sale

64

95

109

J

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
29
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

94%

109% 109%
103% 103%

28

July

103% July

68
64

Sale

62 % Sale
58
59
93 M Sale
99
Sale

94

32%

Sale"

58%

115% 116
100 % 101 %
106%

J

103%

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
May
May

85
88

107% 106% July

Sale

30
33 M
MB

70% Sale
66% 67

22H

Sale

518

100

O

63

«•

Sale

100

July
8
80%
July
2
77
July 15
78% July
7 70%
90
98
July
7
63
70% July
7
105
July 30 105
93
6 94
July
6
95
July 23
7 99
86
85
81

July
80% July
77
July
70 V July
90
July

99% 103

3%
n

"§I%

Mar. 12

92]
81

101

59H

98 %

n»
nH

#

98%

104" 105%

103
59
60

72%

A

J

95

Highest
Sale Prices

Apr.
1 103%
2 102% July 31 101
38
July
1 57%
July
116% Mar. 30 124 '
July
66
61% July 28 85%
July
29
21% June 30 36%
July
July
101% Mar. 23 110
110
Feb. 24 111
WW July
102
104
July
May 3 107%
102
Apr. 27 107%
104% July

101% July
38
July
July
61
July
22
July
105
July
110
July
104
July
104% July

—

34%

Sale

M

Sale Prices

91%

-----

Sale

J

Sale Prices

July
106% 105
July
94
July
97%
99"
96% July

107

103% Sale

34M Sale

A

Lowest
Sale Prices

Highest

93

76""

Sale
Sale
Sale

76
71
107
101

13
Sale

J

F

3%s collateral trust notes....1947
IKreuger ft Toll class A
♦5a Uniform ctfs of deposit... 1959

104 M
104 %

97

35M Sale
12
34

J

J

.....

96%
83%
01%

62 M Sale
29% Sale
105% Sale
110%

~98%

101

1961

....v

4M* unguaranteed...........1961
.1937
Purchase money 6s...........1997
29,000 Kings Co Eleeated 1st g 4s.... .1949
Kings Co Lighting 1st ref 5s
1954
1st ft ref 6Ms
"6", 000
—..1954
Kinney (G R) 5Ms extended to..1941

■S8S

74 %
96% Sale
68% Sale
106 %
105
93 %

Sale

Lowest

120% 120

Sale

1,000 Kentucky Central 1st gu 4s_—.1987
Kentucky A: Ind Term 1st 4MS..196I
"9", 000
Stamped.. ...................1961

Kings Co E L ft Pow gold 5s

S8Je*

97

177,000 Tames Prankllo Ac Clear! 1st 4s..1950 J
185,000 Jones Ac LaughUn St'l 1st M 4Mb. 1961 M

.....

64% Sale
22% Sale
105% Sale
110% 111
101
101
93
89

96%

tlowa Central Ry—
91.000
♦1st Ac ref 4s..........———1951 M

12,000 Kanawha Ac Mich 1st gu g 5s—..1990
103,000 t**K G Ft S Ac M ref g 5s
1936
41,000
♦Gtfs of dep (Bankers Trust)...
193,000 Can City South 1st g 3s.....—1959
130,000
Ref ft Imp 5s..—.
—ApriU950
144,000 Kan City Term 1st 5s
1965
\ 79,000 Kansas Gas ft El 1st mtge 5M5..1980
3,000 ♦Karstadt (R) Inc 1st Mtge 6s.—1943
1,000
♦Ctfs w w stpd (par $645).....1943
♦Ctfs w w stpd (par $925).
1,000
1943
1,000
♦With warrants (par $92f)
1943
20,000 Keith Corp (B F) 1st ser g 6s
1946

45 M

84

Int Agrl Corp 1st It coll tr 5s—

i

Sale

81%

Sale

1955

222,000 {♦Internat Gt Nor 1st 6s A
1952
154,000
♦Adi mtgs 6s series A.July 1 1953
♦1st mtgs gold Ss.serles B
80,000
1956
9,000
♦1st gold 5* series C
1956
1,159,000 Internet Hydro El deb 6s.......1944
165,000 Int Merc Marine 1st s f 6s
1941
324,000 Intern Paper con? 5s series A...1947
141,000
Refunding 6s series A........1955
3.000 Int Rya of Cent Amer 1st 5s B...1972
27,000
First lien Ac ref 6 Ms
.-.--1947
586,000 Internet T Ac T deb g 4M«
1952
Conrertible debenture 5Mt—1939
1,851,000
Deb gold 5s
1,034,000
.1955

102%

39
120

Sale

41
t+Indlanapol ft Louis? 1st gu 5sl956
Indianapolis Union Ry—
Ref & Inapt mtge 3M* •«* B—1986 M S 105
105%
197,000 Inland Steel 3%* series D—...1961 F A 108
Sale
521,000 ttnterboro R T 1st Ac ref 5S.....1966 J J
95
Sale
159,000
♦Certificate* of deposit
93 M
95
175,000
49
Sale'
•♦15-year 4% notes.
1933 AO
27,000
♦Certificates of deposit........
44% 46%
273,000
94%
96%
♦♦lt-year 7% notes..—......1932 MS
83,000
89 %
♦Certificates of deposit,..—
92
324,000 Interlake Iron con? deb 4s—...1947 AO

Stampsd extended to .......1943

102

Sale
Sale

Ask

Sale

"93""

104%

July 31

Ash Bid

Bid

124

111 Cent Ac Chic St L Ac N O—
233,000
Joint 1st Ac ref 5s ser A——1963
M Ms series C
63,000
1963
55,000 Illinois Steel deben 4 Ms...—-1940
lad Bloomlngton Ac W 1st 5s....1940
Ind 111 Ac la 1st gold 5s

July 1

1937

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

$
87,000 Houston Oil sink fund 5 %• A—1940
217,000 Hudson Coal 1st s f 5s aorta* A..1W2
15,000 Hudson County Gss 1st 5i
19*9
309,000 Hudson A: Manhat 1st k rsf 5s A. 1957
♦ Adlvat Incorns 5s
Fab 1957
449,000
111,000 Illinois Bell Telep 3 Ms set B
1970
2,000 Illinois Control 1st ft 5s.-.——1951
2,000
1st fold 1Mb
1951
&x tended 1st 1 3%a_.
21,000
1951
1st gold 3s sterling...........1951
50,606
Collateral trust gold 5s.......1953
209,000
Refunding 4s...............—1955
12,000
Purchased lines 1st 3Hi
195?
Coll tr g 5s_..................1953
102,000
45,000
Refunding 5s.............—1955
521,000
it-year 4 Ms
195#
1,000
Cairo Bridge gold 5s..........19**
1,000
Litchfield Dly 1st g 3s.......-1951
7,000
Louis? Dl? 3c Tor g 3%«
*953
Omaha Dlr 1st g 3s..........1951
St Lou Dl? Ac Term g 3s
1951
19,000
Gold 8 Ms
1951
Springf Dl? 1st g 3M>
1951
Western Lines 1st g 5s
1951

28,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Jan. 2

_

11",000

EXCHANGE—BONDS

103

Q5

108%
114

109% June
112% Apr.
101% May
14 102% June
9

102
Apr. 22
111% Jan. 13
102% May 17

12

98

June

28% July 30

25

June 30

July 22
60% July 12
60
July
7
50% July
9
49
July 27

90

Mar. 30 101

100% July

1

26

96

56% Mar. 13
56

Mar. 12

49

July 22
July 27

49

18

50% May 13
Jan.
70% Jan.
70% Jan.

25
25
16

68% Jan.

14

70

23

Jan.

Lake Erie & Western RR—

21,000
3,000
72,000
456,000
98,000
22,000
1,000
3,000
1,000
6,000
7,000
7,000
2,000
52,000
100,000
311,000
254,000
115,000
121,000
2,000

5s 1937 extended at

..1947

3% to

2d gold 5s

♦1st mtge income reg—Dec 31 9175
Lehigh Coal ft Na? 4Ms ser A...1954
Cons sink fund 4M* ser C—1954
Lehigh & New Eng RR 4s A
1965
Lehigh ft N Y 1st gu g 5s
...1955
Lehigh Valley Coal 5s
.....1944
1st ft refunding 5s..
.....1954
1st ft refunding 5s............1964
First ft ref sinking fund 5s
1974

Secured 6% gold notes

AO
M 6
F

A

75%

F

72%
76
99% 100%
104 % 105 M
102% Sale

1944

A

O

1951

For footnotes, aee page 30.




99% 100
76% Sale

F

A

.—1962 MN

...

105M
91% 93J

.....

F

Leh/ Vail Ter Ry 1st gu g 5s.....1951 A O
Lex ft East 1st gu 5a
........1965 A O

Loew's Inc s f deb 3Mo.—..1946
42,000 Lombard Blee 7s series A.......-1952
Long Dock Co 3%s ext to——1950
.1938
~9", 000 Long Island gen g 4s.
Unified gold 4a
—.....1949
15,000
Guar ref gold 5s..............1949
101,000
4s stamped
...1949
117,000
1944
22,000 LorlUard IP) Co deb fa..
5s
1951
32,000
227,000 Louisiana ft Ark 1st fa eeriea A—1969

Sale
Sale

F

....1938 J

215",000

.....

31% Sale

Leh Val (Pa) gen con g 5s ......3053 MN
Gen cons 5Mt................3053 MN
Gen con sol 5s
..2003 MN

Little Miami gen 4s series A

108

105
104

Leh Vail Harbor Term 1st 5s.... 1954 F
Leh V (N Y) 1st gu g 5 Ms
1949 J

26,000 Liggett ft Myers Tobacco 7s
5s
44,000

98
June 30
7 99% July 21
99% 98% 99% 98% July
99% June 9
104% July 21 105
July 27 100% May 26 106% Feb. 27
100% 104% 100% 104
98
Mar. 22 109% Jan. 15
101
102% 103% 101% July 19 103
July 29
102%
.

106 M—

1941

Lake Shore ft Mlrh Sou g 3MS—-1997 ID
Lautaro Nitrate Co Ltd—

F

A

J

D

AO
JD
M

B

M b
M

69
75 %

80

70M

136

125%
108
101
69
106

"95%

Sale

Sale

103 M 104M
108

105% Sale

34% Sale
95% Sale
92%
90
101
75

102

81%
98

97%
63%

95%

60%

59

Sale

57

59

54

Sale

58%
97

51% Sale
94%

95
100
101
54

Sale

l55%

Sale

98%
97%
51% Sale
55%
54%
63% Sale
105% 105%

Sale
Sale

63

Sale

106% Sale
119% Sale

120

Sale

122

130% 131% 130% Sale
123
Sale
124% Sale

Sale

S

Sale

73
101

i§r* 135"
124
99

126
Sale

31% July
94
July
92
July
100
July
81] July
95! July
59
July
54
July
51% July
95
July
100
July
97 % July
51% July
55% July
62% July
104% July
119% July
129% July
121
July

35% July
July
July
July
July
955
July
July
631
July
571
55
July
95
July
101
July
101% July
57% July
61% July
67% July
106% July
121
July

17
31
31

31
8
1

21
30
30
1

13

19

12 131
14 125

26

July 26

16

Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

30% June 22 35%
27
IV* Apr, 27 106%
90
Apr.
104%
1 100
1 105%
July
27
81% July 27 94%
17
95% July 17 100%
7
59
July 31 78
2

9

16
8

Sale

105

99% Sale
80

73
102

98% July
73

102%

100

1032

103

Sale
101% Sale 103"
Sale
100% 102% 103
126% Sale 127% 128

119% 120
Sale

87%

July

"l
1

Sale

89

July'"10

6

98

1

97% July

July
100% July
102
July
126% July
118% July
84% July

9
2

7
1
16
1

June

,8

50

June

8

53

June

10
1

77
75

12
17
28
13
6

6
Jan.
6
4 100% Feb.
4
Feb.
2 107
5
21 103% Feb. 18
72
29
Feb. 11
29
76% Feb. 10
1
86
Feb. 11

31

12

5
fi

July
7
July 29

Jan.
129% Apr. 16 136
117
Apr.
7 126% Jan.

7
13

100

July 26
73% July 27

102%
103 %
103%
103%
130%

July 31

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

15

62% July
Jan.
104% July 13 109
116
Apr. 14 129% Jan.

105

102,

103%

54

Si*" July
95
June

July
July
July
July
July
120
July
90% July

Jan.

Jan. 14
14 108
Mar. 23
2
101% Jan.
Jan.
2
79% Feb. 19
101% June 25 106% Jan. 13
Jan. 25
101% Apr. 14
Jan.
7
102% May 5 108
100
Mar. 19 106% Jan. 23
Mar. 23 104% Feb. 25
1Q0
Jan. 11
126% July
1 135
Mar. 24 124% Jan.
5

108

102% 103% 102 3

nM

1

12
96 '
29
93 %
1 100
27
811

108

_

A O

A

93%

108

F

J

Sale

81

Sale

81%
85
108% 109
129
130
135 %

95
91
100

VJa

82

June 29 100% Jan.

22

N. Y. STOCK

36
BONDS

Value

H. T. STOCK EXCHANGE

Jan. 2

1937

hfl.

Bid

%
61,000 Louisville Gas & Elec 3%«

1966
1945

A Jeff Bridge «u ( «■

Ask

M S

M

108$

ii2H ::::: 156%

S

B._........2603
1st Ac ref 414s uerles G
2063
1st Ac ret 4s ser D
2003
1st Ac ret 3%x aeries E
2003
Paducah Ac Mem DIv 4s.......1946
St Louis Dlv 2d gold 3s
1980
Mob At Montg 1st g 4%a
1945
4*2",600
8outh Ry Joint Monon 4s.....1952
21,000
Atl Knox At Gin dlv g 4s
1955
2,000 Lower Austrian Hydro-EIec IHi-1944

45,000
127,000
58,000
58,000
42,000
104,000
320,000
96,000
9,000
10,000
2,000

109 %

1st Ac ref 5s series

A........1960

M S

F

114

A

90

■99""

93

D

O

34%
32%

28%

19

2613 1 D

1953

Manila El Ry ft Lt 1st 5s

M

87%

{♦Man G B At NW 1st gu 3tts.._1941

I

IP *91%

78%

65%

8

4s—1939 MN
1959 MN
J

28,000
A 1 Namm A Son 1st 6s
...1943 I D
35,000 Marlon Steam Shovel s f g 6s
1947 A O
47,000 Market Street Ry 1st 7s
Apr 1940 Q J
42,000 Mead Corp 6s with warrants
1945 MN
286,000 Metropolitan Edison 4 Ha ser D..1968
17,000 Met Water, Sewer A Drain 5%a_.I950
♦{♦Met West Side Elev (Chic) 4s. 1938

M

90

73
37

40

Mfrs Trust Co ctfs of partlc In

8

4°
F A

97

98

103

98%

99

105% Sale

88%
90
99% 101%
104% Sale

109
104

106% Sale
102% 105

102% 102%

105

12%

Sale

♦♦Mil A Nor 1st ext 4Hs (1886)-.. 1934 J

2%

1

D

57*666

{♦Milw A State Line 1st guar 3Hsl941

126,000

'

......1949 M

♦Ref A ext series 5s A

1962 Q

F

1938 J

J

.1938 2

J
J
J

1st

cons

5s

1st cons 5s gtd as to Int...... .1938

J

1946 J

1st A ref 6s series A....,

st Chic Term a f 4s
...1941 M N
24,000 {♦Missouri-Illinois RR 5s ser A-..1969 2
J
149,000 Mo Kan A Tex 1st g 4s.........1990 2 D

100,000
25,000
519,000
710,000
81,000
218,000
28,000
482,000
477,000
48,000

1962 2

J
J
..1978 2
J
Jan 1967 A O

46-year 4s series B_...........1962 J
Pr Hen mtge

4Hs

ser D

♦Cum adjust 5a series A

{♦Missouri Pacific RR Co—
♦1st A refund 5s series A.....1965 F

8

♦Certificates of deposit....
♦General 4s

83%
98%

94%

57

Sale

49

Sale

94%

95

86%Sale

84
72
74

85

72%
75%

70% Sale

75% Sale
63% Sale
69%
63% Sale

44

Sale

34% Sale

16%

Sale"

44

Sale
43

16%
33%
33%
34%
32%
11%
34%

1975 M

♦1st A ref 5s series F

1977 M N

8

42

♦Certificates of deposit....
A ret g 5s ser G__
.....1978
♦Certificates of deposit.

MN

1949 M O

♦Convertible gold 5Ha
♦1st ref gold 5s series H

1986 A

A

♦1st A ref 5sser I.....

57,000

.....1981 MN

♦Certificates of deposit

44% Sale
43
Sale
13% Sale
44
Sale
41

♦Certificates of deposit......

487,000

00

—-

♦ 1st

102,000
♦Montgomery Dlv 1st g 5s ....1947
146,000
♦Refunding A Improv't 4Ha ..1977
62,000
♦Sec 5% notes
.....1938
38,000 Mohawk A Mai 1st gu g 4s
1991
23,000 Monongahela Ry 1st M 4s ser A..1960

Sale"
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

32

r

44

41%

....

Mo Pac 3d 7s ext at 4%
July 193S
{♦Mobile A Ohio gen gold 4s
1938

87% July

96
July 20
July 23 98
7 113% July 21
112% July
6
99
July
6
99
July

97

113%
97%

3

Jan.

103% July 19 105% July 29
7 105% July 13
102% July

105

6 104

July
July
July
July

63

63

68
42

32

35

30

14
2
6

2

16% July 15
a92
July 30
a90
July 13

16%
92%
83

Ts2

105% July 13
105% Jan. 20
86% Feb. 23
12
12
14
13

July

Jan.
Jan.
53
33% Jan.

30

Mar.

92% June 16

13

Jan.

90

June 22

If*

Mar.
6
Jan. 11

June

Feb.

July

1

July 21
July 23
July 16

106 3
102 J

July

28

July

104% 104

July

6 104% July 30
108% July ""8
July 14
43
July 23
103% July 31
103% July 31

108% July 24
103% July 23

July

28

30

July 30

97% Jan.
8 103%
87% June 15 100
99
May 12 103
103% May 18 107%

Sale"

34%

Sale

43%

32

—~

99% 100

J 2
32
97
M S
45
48
F A
32
Sale
M 8
31% Sale
M S
96%
98
M S
M N 111%

•

38%
29

28%

95%
83%
40
Sale

30

85

Sale

108

Sale

...........1960 A O

108

Sale

.........1965 A O

1st mtge 4H8

102% 104

108

Sale

102%

68 debentures

Montana Cent 1st gu g 6s...
1937
1st guar gold 5s..
.....1937

J

I
241,000 Montana Power 1st A ref 3Ha...1966 J
53,000 Mont Tram 1st A ret 5s series A..1941 J
General A refunding 5s A
1955 A
Gen A ref 5s series B
...1955 A
Gen A ref s f 4Hs ser C
1955 A
.

_

106

Sale
Sale
63

.....

56%
85

76
66
66

9

Mar.

3
25

Jan.

Feb. 25

4 109% Feb.
1
100% Mar. 9 104% Jan.
9
11
May 26 16% Jan. 27
3
May 10
5% Jan.
8
106

June

24% June

July 30

28

103% Mar. 25 105% May 21

36

32

83
90

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
38

35%
11% Sale
39
35%
37% Sale

36% Sale

39

Jan.

57

Jan.

9

llH

Mar.
Mar.

8
1

11% Jan.

2

19% July

2

18

July
July

23
10
8
2

4% June
3

June

8% Mar.

14

1

July
1
July 19
July 30
July
July
July
July
July 30
July
_

July
34% July
34% July
33

2

17

4

Jan.

7

Jan.

7

Jan.
28% Jan.

2
8

32

20% July
16
July
14% July
82% Apr.

30

95% Jan. 25

June 18

48

Jan.

95

June 18

61

% Mar. 11

5

96% Jan. 20

79% July 14
68% July 15
70
July 15
69
July
9

73% June 29
63% June 28
69
July 14

88% Feb. 19

63% June 30

80

39% July
37% July
18
July
40
July
37% July
40
Ju y
37% July
13% July
40
July
37% July
40
July
36% July

22
26

31% June 29

2
22

88

.

84% June

76

28%
30

86

88%

85

41% July

33
14

June 23

48% Jan. 22
45% Feb. 19

June 29

24

3U

June 30
June 30

49

Mar.
8
Jan. 22

31

47

Jan.

22

22

31

June 30

28

48% Jan.
45% Jan.

22
20

7

1
32% July
10
June 29

22

31% June 29

22

32

22

31% June 29
30
June 29

27

"2

31

32

1

107% July

i04"* :::::

June 26

183
48!
46!
493
47

Mar. 1 100
93
Feb.
4 97
38% July 30 543
27% June 29 393
29% July 17 39!
84
June 30 983
105
Mar. 19 111

...

MN

Mutual Union Tel 5s...

93

86%
82%

86%
82%

93%

A St L 1st 4s A..1978
Nash Flo A Sheff 1st gu g 5s
1937

F A
F A
53,000 Nassau Elec guar gold 4s stpd...1951 2 J
National Acme 4%s extended
1946 J D
552,000 National Dairy Prod deb 3%s w w *51 M N
154,000 Nat Distillers Products deb 4H8.1945 M N
National

Feb.

19

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

22
21
22

Jan.

22

Jan.

4

6
Jan.
Feb. 20
Feb. 19
Feb. 17

Jan.

12

Jan.

9,000

♦4H s Jan 1914 coupon on. ..1957 J
♦4Hs July 1914 coupon on ..1957 J
#4Hs July 1914coupon off ..1957 J
♦Assent warr A rets No 4 on. 1957

♦Assent

warr

♦Assent

warr

...

J
J
J

1
14

..1977 A O
1977 A O

90%

91

100%
38% Sale

101

108

Apr.
June

110

102
102
99 £
104

91%

92%

45"" "42"'

Sale

101
104

Sale

105% 106

100

Sale

Apr.
98% June
92

83

85

Jan.

86

79% May
Apr.

....

104%

106% 106%

20,000
169,000 Nat Steel 1st coll mtges f 4s_.._.1965 J
{♦Naugatuck RR 1st g 4s

3
3

.....

-----

3
3
3

.....

5%

4

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

9
14
11
25

84

8 89%
July 28 95%
July 30 86%
July
6 114%

July

July 16
July 20
July 27
July
1

91

July

2

94

July 15

38

July

12

42

July

2

161% July"

104

104% July

106

July
July

27

13

3
21
8
Feb. 25

Feb.
Jan.

Feb.

97% Jan.

7
15
9

102
97

Feb.

3

Feb.

5

119

Jan.

111

Jan.

4
14

84

Jan.

85% Apr.
92

Jan.

80% May

80

June

82% June
112% Apr.
106% June

Jan.

90
June 16 98% Jan. 22
4
100% Apr. 10 102% Jan.
38
63% Jan. 13
July 12
7
95
Jan. 29 100% June
2
Jan.
99% June 28 107
5
103
Mar. 12 106% Jan.

2%
2%
3%
2%
2%

%
2%
2%
3%
105
70

see page

3
3

4
4%
107% Sale
72%
80
D 122% 124

30

J

4
4

5

3%

5% Sale

D

J

§

4

4% Sale
J

1954 M N

7,000 Newark Consot Gas 5s
1948 J
2,000 {*New England RR cons 5s guarl945 J
♦Cons guar 4s....
.......1945 J
For footnotes,

■

4%s—

A rets No 4 on...1926 J

♦48 April 1914 coupon on .....1951 A O
*4s April 1914 coupon off
1951 A O
♦Assent warr A rets No 4 on. 1951




94% July 27
99% July 17

.....

167*" Sale" 101%

4% Sale

A rets No 5 on. 1977

Nat RR of Mex prior lien

-----

92% July
99
July

87%
Sale
93%
92%
94% 95
84
Sale
84;
83%
82%
114% Sale 114% 115% 114%

111%

97% 98
102% 102%
60% 62

100

Rys of Mexico—

♦48 April 1914 coupon on
*4s April 1914 coupon off

40,000

Sale

Sale

99% 102%
79%
86%
82%
79%
88
89%

106

------

30,000

88

94%

Namm (AI) A Son—See Mfrs*Trust Co

66,000 Nashville Chat

------

92% Sale
99%
98%
80

119

1955

27
1

lOO'HzJune
100*32 May

84

1947 MN
1941 M N

B..

4,000 Mutual Fuel Gas 1st gu 5s

..

2
O
O
O

6 105% July
9 102% July

102% July
105% 106
101
102% 101% July

18

22

July
7
July
9
88% July 28
July
6 109
9

July

Feb.

79% Mar. 4
Feb. 19

99

27%

1

Jan.

June

7

July 15
July 13

59

_

29

38% July 30
27% July 27
29% July 17

107% 109

99% Feb. 25
91% Feb. 24
9
46% Jan.

9
14
9

95%
83%
36
27

July

May

77 7 July

95

34%
35%
15%
33%
33%
34%
32 %
10%
34%

Jan.

105
105
85

32

July
July
July

4% July
4
July
19% July
18
July
20% July
16
July
14% July
82% July

July
63% July
69
July
63% July

6
9
7
Jan.
4
June 21

90% Jan.

57

12"""July

76%
66%
71
67

30

Jan.

108

June

12
7

July
July
July
July

July

57
July
85% July

110% Jan.

104% May
101
Apr.
41% July
100
Apr.
99% July

July
July

July

98%
60
86

37%
36
15%
37%
36%

77

102% 103
101% 102%

1955 A O
96
Sale
2006 J D
1955 M N 100% Sale

1

ser

J

Sale

84

nGen A ref s f 5s ser D
J4b,000 Morris A Essex 1st gu 3Hs
9k nffi Con,tr M 5« ser A
145,000
Constr M
4Hs

J
D

13

June

Monongahela West Penn Pub Serv—

89,000
30,000

4

Jan.
Jan.

90

June

107% Sale

Jan.

106

Apr.
July
May
May
July

65%

7 103
102% 103% 102% July
88% July
6 97%
89%
95
99% July 29 101%
99% Sale
July
1 105%
104% Sale 104

Jan.

108% Jan.

Mar.

2
27
29
23
23
23

July
80
July
70
July
71
July
46% July
41% July
21
July
a92
July
a90
July

5

2
4
Jan.
4
Jan.
7
Jan. 18
Jan. 23
115
Feb.
5
2
100% Jan.
115
Jan. 14
99
23
June 23
111

May

15

2

102% July
77% July

19
18%
19
22% Sale
15
18
13% 15
83
Sale

Mlssour-Kansas-Tszas RR—
Prior lien 5s series A..

"90""

jt Sale

25-year g 5 Ha
1949 M 8
1st ref 5Hs series B
........1978 J J
MStPASSMA Gent Term

313,000
128,000
17,000
177.000

89%

TM

8

M St P A S S M 4s stpd guar

6% Apr.
8
9% Apr. 27
6
Apr. 24
0% Apr. 28
5% Apr. 13
5% Apr. 30
0% May
3
4% Apr. 15
9% Apr. 20

.....

J

♦tat A refund gold 4s

23,000
121.000
8,000
19,000
86,000

July 28
July 13
July 16
July 22
July 29
July 23

93

...1934 MN

{♦Minn A St Louis 5sctfs

5% Mar. 23 109% Jan.

110

77
34

6,000
Con ext 4Ha...............1939
64,000 {♦Mil Spar A N W 1st gu 4s
1947 M 8

29,000
30,000

107% July 13

92

94

109

1939

1st ext 4Ha

106% July

104% 104

105%

99% June 28 102% July 31
Mar. 10 112% Jan.
4

106

107% July
108% Sale
104% Sale 103% July
99% 97% July
98
•
91 % July
93% 95
107% July
109

107% Sale

100% 102%
11%
2%
4%
2% ----4%
28
25
28

23

108

7 102% July 31
13 108% July
8

13

16
2%

♦4s (Sept 1914 coupon on).....1977 \i"s
J D
1,000 ♦Mlag Mill Mach 1st s f g 7s
1956
Michigan Central-Detroit A Bay
13,000
City Air Line 4s
.........1940 I J
M S
Jack LAS gold 3 Hs
1951
"i",666
1st gold 3
1952 MN
I
J
58,000
Ref A Imp 4Ha series C
1979
12,000 Midland of N J 1st ext 5s
.1940 A O
163,000 Milw EIRy A Lt 1st A ref 5s ser B1961 f D
163,000
1st mtge gold 5s
...1971 J J

Sale Prices

107% ----- 108% July
104% Sale 103% July
41 % July
41%
60
102% Sale 100% July
99% July
03% Sale
77
-----

109%

....1977

♦Mex Internat 1st 4s asstd

63

38*

AO

♦Certificates of deposit.
♦id 4s

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale 100% July
108% 109% 107% July

104%
103%
102% 103% 103%
78%
1 77%
68
57% 65

D

A

{♦Manhattan Ry (N Y) con g 4s..1990

Sale
Sale

103%

N

J

Lowest

Sale Prices

112

"97%

100% Sale

MN

f 714s
1942
♦Certificates of deposit.......

1st ext 4s

Sale

"88%

115%

J

J

s

Manila RR South Lines 1st

Sale

96

deb 5s—1951
VI
1950
J
Central RR 4s series A....1945

Gen mtge 434s series

109
Sale

111%

McKesson A Robblns deb 514s

♦{♦Manari Sugar 1st

106% Sale

Sale

108% 108%
103% Sale
97% Sale

MN

McCrory Stores Corp s f
Maine

Sale

111

1*40

Unified gold 4s

Highest

Sale Prices

Ask

Ask Bid
102 %

Bid

Lowest

July 31

July 1

Louisville & Nashville RR—

141,000
121,000
168,000
254,000
321,000
26,000
23,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN JULY

Price

Sales in
July

24,000 l.-»u

EXCHANGE-BONDS

70

65%

78

69%

119%
.....

4%

?c'":
-

-r--.

2%
2%
3%

5%
2%
2%

-----

ill-

62
60

'55'"

3% July

31 ""4" ""July "36

3% June 29
4

Mar. 31

Mar. 31

6% Jan.
4

9

Mar. 31

4%

3% July

2

3% July 16

3% July

2

6% Jan. 15

6%

4% July

6

5% July 16

4% July

6

7% Jan.

4

106%

Apr. 29

Mar. 31
Sale

4
Sale
86

Apr. 29

Sale

3% July
9
106% July 29

3% July
104% July

84

119%

118% 119% July
57
64

55

July

29

55

July'
July

29

6
3% June 21
102% Apr.
8 107%
93%
77
Jan.
5
118
May
7 122%
82
55
July 31
55
June 28
74%

11

Jan.

18

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

2
23
14

Feb.

1

Feb.

2

Sales in

July
Value

1,160,000

170,000
29.000
41,000
317,000
793,000
207,000
158,000

125
124

Sale

Sale

125 h

119$*

F

A

107$* Sale

A

O

J

J
J

95
82

Sale

J

Ask

Highest

Lowest

Highesi

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

A O

100

Sale

D

99
99

J

J

J

A

C

FA

48

?7 $*

100

a

July
July;

v
j

8 125$* July 12
2 120$* July 29

105$* July
85
July
73
July
94$ July
Sale
94
July
Sale
91
July
48
July
49
July
54* 48$* July
50
July
55
47$* July
Sale
53$* July
59
51$* July
89
Sale
Sale

76

91$*

100 X
47

O

A

124$* 125$* 124
121$* 119

Ts*

82*

77

98$*

it* 8*

92$*
49$*
56$*

50
Sale

52

52

Sale

5 l&i:

52

59$*

64

A

O

50 h

1945 i"~j

111$*

A_.1998 FA

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

1946
2013
2013
1952

Con? secured 3]*s

51h

104 h

sale

A

O

O

103 x
95

Sale

A
A

O

101$* Sale

N T C at H R g mtge »H*
Debenture 4a of 1912
Ref 8c impt. AH* aeries
Lake Shore coll g 3 H*

101

103%

108% 108 X

..1942

95

A...—2013

Sale
98

96$*
102 % 102 H
103% Sale
95$*

Mich Cent coll g 3 H*
N Y Chic At St Louis 1st g

M S

94

A O

98$*

1946 F A
AH* A—1953 F A
1st gtd 5s series B........
1953 F A

4s.........—1951
.....1938

F

A

A

O

Certificates of deposit
N Y Edison 3%* series D
1st lien & ref 3%* series

1965 AO
1966 A O

E

87$*
96$*

98%

Sale

11*
101

97
97$* Sale
103$* 103$* 102
88$*
88$* 87$*
98$* Sale
96$*
106$* Sale 106$*

98$* Sale
104$* 106
88

Sale

Sale

91

Sale

Sale

90

Sale
Sale
Sale

99$*

Sale
Sale

90$*

100<932101$*
97

Sale

84$* Sale
99
99$*
104$* Sale
108$* 109$*
109$*
56
58$*

92

Sale

4 103

101
101

June

48

June 18

46
51

Jan.

Jan.

22

13

Jan;

27

47
110

84
94
104

Apr.

20
103
Jan. 16
9
109$* June

Apr.
Mar.

105

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
102$* Jan.
105
Feb.
95$* Feb.
100$* Mar.

88$* Apr.
Apr.
100,932July
92$* June
80$* June
97$* July
100
Apr.
106
Mar.

20

108$*
96$*
98$*
97$*

June

88

23

18
5

11
5
8
6

31

4
105$* Feb.
109$* May 24

Jan.

109

Jan.

55$* June

72$* Jan.

5
21

55

72

22

June

Jan.

56$* June 14

55$* May
97
Apr.
97$* Apr.

July
July

12

23

96$* Jan.

104$* June

15
13

J.

106$* Jan.

June

85

Apr.

104$* July

Apr.
99$* Apr.

94

60

55$* Mar. 5
62$* Mar. 31
June 28 57
Apr.
5
Feb. 19 113$* Jan. 25

95

109

60$* July
July

4

90$* May 21 100$* Jan. 21
4
4 51 $* Feb.
48
June 28 59$* Mar. 31
46$* June 18 54$* Apr. 21

July
106
July
90
July
July
July
101
July
98$* July
87
July
99$* July
105$* July
109
July

60

Mar.

85$* Feb.
9
5 103$* Jan. 22

44$* Jan.

98

108$* Sale
108$*
56$* "57$*
"57$* july'
57
58
55$*
July
59$* 56
64
55$*
55$* 60
101
Sale
100$* Sale
100$* July
100$* Sale
101$* 101$* 100
July

98

June 26

99
July
July 22
July
104$* July 23
90
July 20
July
July
99$* July 13
July 29 109
July

96$* July
105$* July
87$* July
89$* July
89$* July
100,932July
95$* July
82$* July
97$* July
103$* July
108$* July

127$* Jan. 25
7 125$* Jan. 21
May 24
Apr. 16 101
Mar. 23 107$* Jan.
5
Apr.

June 28

.....

68
65

105"" Sale"
105 h

Sale
Sale

96$* Sale
105$* 106
87$* Sale

104

108"" -IIII
108$*
67$*
63 $*

Sale

84

Sale

4s collateral trust

N Y Dock 1st gold

97$* Sale
102

107

MN

J997

1998
1998
4a.—1937
Refunding 5H* series A......1974
Refunding AH* aeriea G
1978
3-year 6a
...........Octl 1938

Sale

Mar. 23

92$* June

.....

22',000

110,000

Lowest

104

D

N Y Connecting 1st gu

169",660

Ask Bid

UN

J

I*

10-year 3H* secured a f
Ref At Inapt AH* series A
Ret Ar impt 5s aeriea C

Serial 5s g notes

July 31

Ask

A

47,000

41,000

July 1

1937
Bid

'MP ■:
414,000
78,000
776,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Jan. 2

it
•5 ft.

F

Npt 8c Cln B pen «u a AH*
New York Central RR—
Conaol 4a series

37

PRICES IN JULY

Price

bonds
M. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

$
47.000 New England TAT 30-yr 6a A—1952
53.000
lat a AH* aeriea B
.......1961
N J Junction RR go lat 4a——1986
47",666 N J Pow & Light lat AH*
--I960
16,000 New Orleana Great Nor 6a aer A..1983
12,000 N O & N'eastern ref AH* aeriea A.1952
85,000 New Orleana P S lat Ac ref 6a A—1952
lat 8c ret 5a aeriea B_.—......1955
160,000
166,000 New Orleana Term lat 4a guar... 1953
12,000 {♦♦N O Tex & Mex Income 5a
1935
134,000
♦Firat 6a aeriea B
—.1954
13,000
♦Certificates of deposit......—
49,000
♦lat mtga gold 5a aeriea C
1956
39,000
♦lat AH* aeriea D.......——1956
257,000
♦Flrat 5H* aeriea A
..—1954
15,000
♦Certificates of deposit....

546,000
374,000
611,000
860,000

EXCHANGE—BONDS

N. Y. STOCK

aug., 1937]

105$* Jan.
105$* Jan.

6
2

125$* Jan.

15

U7$* Jan.

16

N Y 8c Erie—See Erie RR.

15,000
45,000

9,000

1948 J

N Y Gaa El Lt Ht Ac Pow 5s

Purchase money coll tr g

4a—1949

N Y Ac Greenw L prior lien gu
N Y 8c Harlem g IH*
N Y Lack 8c Western 4s aer A

,

37,000 t"N Y Suaq At West 1st ref g 5s .1937
♦♦Second gold 4Ha
...1937
"7"OO6
♦General gold 5a
—.....1940
♦Terminal lat gold 5a.........1943
178",000 N Y Tel 1st At gens I AH*
1939
5,000 N Y Trap Rock lat a f g As
1946
6s stamped
20,000
-—-—1946
169,000
86,000
10,000
90,000
184,000
79,000
11,000
27,000

♦IN Y Westches At Bos 1st 4H*-1946

Nord Rys extl a

♦{♦Norfolk South lat At

res

1,000

prior lien

102

106$*
108$* 109

J

M 8

A

O

M

8

A

O

41
35

A

O

35$*

43
42

I

J

63

Sale

26$*

Sale

1

M N

46$* Sale
95
95$*

M S

45

J

41$* Sale

A

O

A

O

Sale

"92$* "93$*

169,000

"8",666

J

105

106

103$* 104

J

M N
M N
M N

MN

106$*
106$* 107$*
106$* 107$*
106$* 107$*

J

J

92

Sale

F

A

90

A

F

M N

109$* Sale

D

91$*

i""i

17$*
109$*
106$*
103$*

94

A

24
MN

66$*

Sale
Sale
Sale

80

A

O

122

Sale

F

A

105$* 105$*

S

F

A

105
Sale
Sale

M

8

M

8

A

104$*
106$*
105$*
126$*
118$*

121

81$*

M

MN

84

O

A

111

Sale
Sale

J

Sale

I
J
J

Sale

108$* 109$*
108$* 109

O

157"" Hill
102$* 104

Ohio Edison 1st mtge 4s......... 1965 MN

106$* Sale

25,000
138,000
6,000
303,000

348,000
242,000

J

J

1st mtge 3^8

Sale

1972 J J
Ohio Indiana Ac West 5a—Apr 1 1938 Q-J

104$*

nm

Ohio Pub Service 1st At ref 7a..1946 A O

112

Sale

F

A

111$* 113

F

A

114

M N

J

D

J

J

J

J

J

J

Oslo Gas Ar Elec extl s f g 5a

1963 M S

Otis Steel 1st mtge AH* A

1962 J

D

Pacific Gas Ac El 4s ser G

....1964 J

D

H—1961 J
1—....1966 J

D

113$* 114$*
113$* 114
120$*
123
124$*
106$* 107$*
101$*

J

Pacific Coast Co 1st g 5s........ 1946 J

Sale

1st Ac ref mtge

3$*s

ser

1st Ac ref mtge 3H* ser

For footnotes, see page 30.




D

75$* "76$*
110$* Sale
107$* Sale

100
25

26

1IM
if*

-

36$*

M
38

39$* Sale
52
58$*
19$*
39$* Sale
91$*
94$*

10

60

July
July
July
July
July

33

35

34$*
34$*
34$*
33$*

July
July 30

July
July
38$* July
35$* July
37$* July
37
July
42$* July
64$* July
21$* July
42
July
94$* July
22
July
14$* July
100$* July
83$* July
104$* July

July

8

34

117$*
105$*

Sale
101$* 104$* 104
103$* Sale 104$* 104$*
101
Sale
103$* 104$*
120$* 124$* 120$* 124$*
120
120
122

102
July
103$* July
100$* July
120
July
119
July

104
July 31
July 23
103$* July 29
120
July 26
120
July
8

72$*

27
24 :>
80

72$*

37$* Feb. 19
55

71

19
29
11
15
11

21
8

105$*
108$*
108$*
107$*
107$*

Jan.
6
Mar. 2
Apr. 16
Feb.
4
Jan. 26

92* Jan.

2

Jan.

June

7

Jan,

8

98

Jan.

8

Jan.

11
25
26

Jan.
Jan.

22$* Feb. 19
5
109$* Jan.
9
107$* Apr,
104

Feb.

4

109$* Feb. 15
32$* Jan. 21

23$* Jan.

31

Mar.

Jan.

82$* May

Jan.

18

7
2
16

Apr.
102$* June

122

101

105$* Jan.
106$* Jan.

8
2

Feb.

13

Apr.
9
101$* Apr.
7
99$* Mar. 17
120
July 26
119
July 28

87

Mar. 15

107

125$* Mar.
120
83
87

1

June 18
Jan.

23

Mar. 19

July

81$* Jan. 16
112$* Jan. 12
82 $| Jan.
2
106
Jan. f 5

Mar.

112

Jan.

110
109$
104

Jan.
June

6
13
6
3

100

Feb. 27 105$* May

3

20$*
109$*
101$*
97 %

May
Jan.
Apr.
June

109$*
109$*
110$*
107$*

July

113

June

112$* Jan.

20

Apr.

Jan.

June

115
115

6
8

72$*
101$*
69$*
94$*
109$*

July
July
July
July
July
July
July

Jan.

106$* Jan.

72$* June 30

72$* ----2 105$*
103$* July
105$* Sale
73
75
Sale
July 16 75
1
Sale
97 J*
July
95$* 96$* 94
2 110$*
July
110$* Sale 110$* Sale 110
Sale
100
99
100
100$*
July ,1 102
1 102
100
100$* 100
July
100$* Sale
7 104$*
104
July
104$* 105$* 104$*
107$*
107$*
100$* July 28 103$*
102$* 103$* 100$* 102

Jan.

69$*
106$*
109$*
94$*

Apr.
106
Apr.
100
July
97$* July

75

Sale

30

95

11$* Apr.

22

18

109$* Jan.

100

69
112

17

Feb.

99$* Jan.

Apr.

89

Feb.

18
18
16

7
46$* Jan.
42$* Jan. 18
101$* Mar. 16

29$* July
79$* Mar.
19
July
100$* May
106$* Apr.
83

105

Sale

9tl

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

80

83

Feb.

July
104$* July
102$* June
98$* June
98
June

106$* July
83
July
89$* July
12
July
102$* July
106$* July
100
July
97$* July
25
July
23$* July
80
July
115
July
102$* July

107$*

Feb.
Feb.

60

104

9

100

47

May
July
Apr.

8

103

1

45

June

July

104

Mar.

46$* Feb. 19
44$* Feb. 16
47$* Feb. 20

Apr.
Apr.

20$* July

107$*
84$*
90$*
13$*

47

June

90

Sale

83

4

July
July

107$* Sale
82$* 84$*
87
89$*
90* Sale
12$*
12$* Sale
Sale
103
103$* Sale
107
107$*
106$* Sale
Sale
100
102$* 103$*
94
99
101
98$*
26
24$*
25?* Sale
25
23$*
s** 23$*
83
80$*
nm Sale 116$? 117$*
Sale
Sale
105
102$*
107

109$* Jan.

June

19 105

28

8

July
July
July
July
July
July

July
July
July 29 106
1 106$* July
July
July 13 105$* July
1 105$* July
July

29$* July

June

99$* July 30 102
May 27
105$* Mar. 10 106$* Jan. 12
9
106
Apr. 23 108$* Jan.
Mar. 23
98
Mar. 23
98

35

39

~|9*I

97$* June 15 101$* Jan. 28
Feb.
6
99$* Apr.
9 107
94$* June 3 105$* Jan. 19

35

July
July
July
July

July

116$* Apr.
109$* Apr.

103

—....

103$* 104$* 104
104$* 105
104$*
106
Sale
103 $*
105$* Sale
104$*
105$* 105$* 100$*

17$*

85

81$*
J
f

99$* July 14

97
97$* Sale
July
6 98$*
103
103$* 103$* July 1 8 103$*
99$* 100$*
99$* July 30 101
105$*
105$* July 20 105$*
106$* 107$* 106$* Julyi 12 107

30
70

37

90

93$*
96$*
Sale
109$*
107$*
Sale

6

14
19

101

19$*

105$*

MN
J

97$* July

....

70

31$*

70$*

29
109

252,000 Ore-Wash RRAcNa? IstAcref 4s...1961

106

103$* Sale
100$* 102
100$* Sale

Sale

62

98$*

123$* July
114$* July

1
July
64$*
56$* July 29
Sale
2
18$* July
Sale
1
38
July
94
94$*
July 21
Sale
Sale
20
20
July 30
14
14
13$*
12$* July 13
Sale
1
100$*
100$* July
85
80
July 30
"83$* 80
2
104
July
104$* 104$* 104

103$*

..1944 J J
1957 MN

1st At ref 7s series B—........1947
62,000
26,000 Ontario Power N F 1st 5a........1943
12,000 Ontario Transmission 1st 5a.....1945
..1946
35,000 Oregon RR At Na? con g 4a
30.000 Oregon Short Line lat ran g 5a..1946
1st guar cons 5s stamped......1946
4,000

94

20$*
12$*
100$*

Sale

Sale

Ohio Connecting Ry 1st 4a......1943 M S

287",000

62$*
18$*
38

38$*

109

B.......2047 I
G.......2047 J
D.......2047 J

28,000 ♦Ogden At Lake Ch 1st guar g 4a.1948

39

W*

M N

4s...1997 Q

1938

-

MN

D

35

35$* Sale
34$* Sale
38$*
38$*

40

25

Norwegian Hydro-El Nit 5H*

30

38$* Sale
47$* Sale

O

99$*
97$* Sale
103$*
I6i" 101$*
105$*
106$*
99$* -i.**

25

40

D

97$*

30

J

A

96

40

J

J

121$* 122$* 123
July
123$* 122
113 $* 114$* 113$* July
u3$* Sale

38$*

MN

5s A. 1961 F A

Northern Ry of Calif guar 5a

Sale

J

106

N'western Teletf AH* extended

82",660

109$* 109$*

MN
J

Gen Uen ry At Id gt 3s....Jan 2047 Q
Ref At Impt 4Hs Series A.....2047 J
Ref Ac Impt 6s Series
Ref 8c Impt 5s Series
Ref At Impt 5s Series

100 H 100$*
106 %
102% 103

N N

♦Certificates of deposit...........

745.000 Northern Pacific

1

MN

125$* 126
116% 117$*

O

1950

t AH*

63,000 North Am Edison deb 5a aer A—1957
Deb 5H* ser B.........Aug 15 1963
55,000
Deb 5a series C
No? 15 1969
96,000
3,000 North Cent gen Ac ref 5s ser A—1974
Gen At ref 4 H* aeriea A
1974
13,000
{♦Northern Ohio Ry lat guar 5a.
April 1 1934 and sub coupons..1945
♦Oct 1935 and sub coupons
1945
♦Stamped as to sale of April 1 1933
to April 1 1935 incl coupons.1945
376,000
131,000
567,000
174,000
142,000

A

Niagara Falls Power 3H*
1966 M S
Niag Lock A Ont Pow 1st 5s A—1955 A O
Niagara Share (Mo) deb 5$*«
1950 MN

♦{♦Norfolk Ac South 1st g 5s
1941
194,000 Norfolk Ac West R? lat con g 4s—1996
145,000 North American Co deb 5s......-1961

v

D

Ss.1946 MN
3000 M N

1973
13 3" 000
Guar AH* series B
26,000
1973
6,000 N Y L B At W Goal At RR BH*
1942
Dock 8c Impt 1st 5a...........1943
;
1.000
10.000 V Y At Long Branch gen 4a.....1941
t*NY&N Eng (Boat Term) 4a—1939
{•N Y New Haven At Hartford—
9.000
♦Non-con? debenture 4a......1947
1,000
♦Non-con? debenture 3H*....1947
♦Non-con? debenture iH*
10,000
1954
7,000
♦Non-con? debenture 4e......l955
♦Non-con? debenture 4s. .....1956
28,000
8,000
♦Convertible debenture 3KS..1956
159,000
♦Convertible debenture 6a.... 1948
♦
Collateral trust 6a
1940
82,000
♦Debenture 4a.......
143,000
—1957
♦1st At ref AH* Mf of 1927
232,000
1967
♦
larlem R Ar Pt Ghea 1st 4s
1954
16,000
192,000 {♦N Y Out At West lat g 4s
1992
♦
General 4a
.....1955
127,000
1,000 {♦N Y Pro? «t Boston gen 4s
1942
12,000 N Y At Putnam lat con guar 4a ..1993
57,000 N Y 8c Queens Bl Lt Ac Pr 3$*«—1965
New York Railways Corp— >y:
8,000
}Prior lien 6s stamped........1958
4,000 N Y At Rich Gas 1st 6s A
1951
97,000 New York Steam lat 6e aer A.... 1947
lat mortgage 5a...........——1951
140,000
lat mortgage 5a...............1956
232,000

m

F

June

Mar.
Mar.

99

July
100$* July
104 $4 June

Jan.

-----

22$* Sale

21$*
108$*
104$*
98$*
102$*
110$*
111$*
111$*
110$*
108$*
117$*
118$*

111$* 111?*
112$*
112
111$*
111$* 111
109$* 109$* 111
117$*
118$*

106

Sale

23$*

22

July

2

24

July

9

July

13

107
Sale
Sale

104$* Sale
98$* Sale

103$* July
98$* July

104$* July
99$* July

109$*
111$*
111$*
110$*
109$*
117$*

111

11 33$* Jan.
9
29 109$* Jan. 29
12 106$* Jan.
2
June 22
29 100

102$*

112""

109 % 110$*

112
Sale

107

101$* Sale 101
91
90$* Sale
64
67$* 63$*
107
Sale
107$*
102$* Sale 103$*
98$* Sale 100

119

Sale

106

102
Sale

101

68
Sale
Sale

Sale

90$*
65

106$*
102$*
98$*

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
92 >
July
67
July
107$* July
103$* July
100
July
112

112$*
111$*
111$*
118$*
119$*
107$*
101$*

106
116
117

Mar.

Feb.

1

Apr.

114

Jan

21

Mar.

121$* Jan

Feb.

123

7
4

Jan.

103$* Apr.
99$* Feb.
May
July

107$* Jan. 15
6
102$* Jan.
92$* June 22

103

111

II*

Mar.

82

Mar. 24

Jan.

99$* Mar.

107$* Jan.

94$* Apr.

100 $1 Mar.

4
4
1

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m

its

N.

Sales in

Y. STOCK

EXCHANGE—BONDS
RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN JULY

Price

July

BONDS

Jan. 2

Value

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

1937

$

Ask

13,000 pacific

4I......WM

RR of Mo 1st wt

*2d extended Cold 5a

------

„

57,000 Pacific Tel

177,000

10334

104

Sale

1003
1003

*

1966 A O

& Tel 3ks eer B

Ref mtge 3k&series C_.
1966
Paducab ft Illinois 1st a f 4Ha..lW5
3,000 ♦{♦Pan-Am Petr (Cal) 1st a 6s--.1940
2,000
♦Certificates of deposit...
77,000 Panhandle Eastern Pipe L 4s A--1952
Paramount Broadway Corp—
33,000
1st mtge s f g 3s loan ctfs. .....1955

J D

-

101k 101k

Sale

"If

57 H

J D

--

97 k July
100 k July
100 k July

97;1

98k

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

98

July

12

97 k July

1 101
1 101

July
July

10
12

99 k May 25 102k Jan.
99
Apr. 10 105k Jan.
Apr.
9 104 k Feb.

42 k July

27

27 102k Jan.

7
4
4
5

104

J

J

-----

98
97k

Sale" 101k 101k

93

f *

______

_

Bid

Lowest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Ask

Ask Bid

Highest

Lowest

July 31

July 1

40 k

r 47" '40 k

40k
42k
99k 'j-

42

Sale

-

e

Sale

M S

42

July

"28

66

29

37

July

2

42

May 18
July
2

July

18

98

June 26

66 k

2

13

20

42

99 k

July

98 k July

July

23

65k June 25

Jan.*

58

7

7
28

57k Jan.
July

99 k

„„„

Sale

74

P A

65

67

65 k

69

July

75k Mar. 17

Paramount Pictures Inc—

___

268,000
319,000
174,000
7,000
39,000
1.000
9,000

g

f debenture

3ks

conv

6s.1955

1947

debenture

Paris-Orleans RRBxt

s

1953

M

16134 Sale"

spaullsta Ry 1st & ref 7s ser

38k

A-.-1942 M 8

Pennsylvania Co—
Guar 3k« tr ctfs series A—...1937 M S

1,000

100 >4 102

10614 107

Guar 3H« coll tr ctfs ser B
1941
Guar g 3Hs tr ctfs series C—1942

D

106 k

D

"2", 060

10734
10834 110
10654 Sale
99k Sale
105 k

Guar g 3Hs tr ctfs series D—1944
MN
3,000
40-year guar tr ctfs 4s Ser B..1952
A
266,000
1963
28-year 4s
61,000 Penn Dixie Cement 1st 4s A
1941 M S

18,000

39k

74
Sale
122 k 12354
65
90

1949 M

Paterson ft Passaic G AcE 5s

Sale

S

J

1944 A O

deb 6s

cony

100 k

f Ski—-19*8 M

J♦Park Lexington 6ks ctfs
Parmelee Trans

J

Penn Glass Sand 1st mtge

D

4J4s—1960

Sale

99k 100k

Sale

993
883
94j

93

Sale

92 k

Sale

Sale

99 k July
88 k July
90
July

42 k
47
55
60 k Sale
Sale
118
117k 119k 117k ----90 k
92 k
90
96
96

43

46

443
58 k

101k
96 k
95 k
46 k
64 k
118

July
July
July

July

i00K«i-—
100k
103k 104k 104k 105k 104 k July

92

July
6
July 22
July
2
July 23
July 12
July 13
July 26

2 105k Feb. 10
86
June 24
96 k July 22
90
July 20 103
Jan. 28
4
39k Jan.
8 50k Feb.
55
July
6 77k Jan. 14
116 k Apr. 12 122k Jan. 13
99k Apr.

85

7 104 k July

7

105

107 k 104
105k 105
102k Sale 101X
97 k
99 k Sale
104 k
105 k Sale
105

?

102 k

Sale
"9k Sale
Sale

105

July

15

108
July
103 k July
100
July

17
23

105k July

July
July
July
July
July

31

104

6

26

July

92

3
Feb.
Jan. 28

4 101k
6 106k
May 15 107
104
Mar. 31 107k
104 k Apr. 15 110
99 k Apr. 17 106k
97 k July 28 102
103 k Apr. 16 105k

104

104

105

13

100 k May
101 k May

—

105
104

Jan.

1

Feb.

Jan.

6

Jan.

19
6

Jan.

1

Mar.

12

Jan.

Penn Ohio Ac Detroit RR—

108,000

1st Ac ref gold 4k« series A-..,.1977 A O
414s series B........—........1981
.1981 A O
Penn Pow At Lt 1st M «k«
8,000 Penn RR consol gold 4a.........1943 MN

683",656

19,000
14,000
654,000
93,000
281,000
133,000
431,000
300,000
334,000

.1948 MN
.......
M N
Stamped dollar bonds.......1948
.1970 A O
Gen mtge 3k s series C—
Consol 4Hs issue of 1915.......1960

Consol gold 4s

General 4Hs Series A..........1965
.1968
General 5s Series B
.1970
Debenture gold 4k«

A

Conv deb 3k«

.....

O

M b

O

A

O
A

__5.000

Peoria Ac Pekln Un 1st 5J4e A.. .1974
176,000 pare Marquette 1st 5s series A_. -1956

phelps Dodge

cony

J

.1980

P

.1943

Vf.N

.1974

P

A

J

Gen g 4^s series C—....... .1977
.1981 J
General 4Hs series D
—

D

Phlla Company secured gold 5s .1967 J D
M S
Phila Electric 1st & ref 3k8
- .1967

{♦PbM* At Read C Ac 1 ref As

.1973

J

j

♦Convertible deb 6s.......—. .1949 II

8

Philippine Ry 1st 30-yr s f 4a... .1937 J J
.1943 \ O
Plllsbury Flour Mills 20-yr 6s
Pirelli Co (Italy) con? 7s....... .1953 M N

11,000 P C C Ac St L g 4k« series A
.1940 A O
7,000
Con 414s series B guar g..
.1943 A G
2,000
Con 4)4* series C guar g_.— .1943 MN
Con 4s series D guar g....... .1945
Con 3K* aeries B guar g..... .1949
Con 4s series F guar g....... .1953
Con 4a series G guar g
.1957

Con 4k« series I g
Con 414s series J guar
Gen guar 5s series A

...

Sale

116k

113

113k

116
116k
103 & Sale
125 k Sale
115
Sale
122
Sale

112k 114
99 k Sale

113

Sale

Sale
Sale

121h
1165* 117
983*
99
15

17 k

1123*
105 k Sale
100 k 101k
104

103

113 k 114 k
125
130
117
121k

115k 116k
105 k Sale

Sale"

48k
24 k
19k

Sale
19k
108

106

93 k

92k

.......

.1975 A O
J
.1977 J
.1958 J
.1959 A

J

124 k
122 k 125
122
123 k

106k 107 k
110k —
95k
96k
87
94
93
Sale
112k

J
J

J

J

i;

1956 M

Terminal 1st 4s

8

J

J

J

72 k
106

106

16k
83k

Sale
97 k

20k
88k

J

Sale

99

Sale

104

22k

Sale

10

Sale

24

k Sale

99

1997

I

1997 J

1956 M

A

{♦Rio Grande June 1st guar ft 5sl939 J
{♦Rio Grande Western 1st g 4s..1939 J

:

Sale

107

107k

"99"

95

S

115k 116
103
Sale
107 k 107 k
107
108
110 k Sale

108k

108 k July
111k nok July

111

July

19
15

117

117

Sale

nok
107k

117

103

Sale
99 k Sale
109k H0k
99
105

D

Sale
105 k

33j|
20 k

28

24k
25
23 k

"90 k
86

26

30
22
8 112
23

27
31
9

7

28
27

111

84

July

21

85k

84 k July

9

103 k
45

31
21

90

80

6

85k July
87
July

1
63 k July 26
July
July 14 106 k July 28
2
July
75 k July 17
1
July
23
July
6
2 103 k July 20
July
July 19 96k July 29

97 k

Sale

♦Rutland-Canadian 1st guar ft 4sl949 J
cons ft 4H*---1941 J

87,000 Saguenay Pow Ltd 1st M 4k«
1966 A O
7,000 St Jos At Grand Island 1st g 4s..1947 J
139,000 St Joseph Ry L H A P 1st 5s
1937 MN
St Lawr At Adirondack 1st g 5s..1996 J
*

1996 A O

105 k
95 k

28

34 k

104

112k

117 k July
115
July

100

Mar. 18 129

8
12
19
11

Jan.
Jan.

Jan.
6 117
91k June 14 106k Jan.
102
June 25 104
July

22 k June 25
9 k June 30

31

Feb.

50.
262

3

2
18 k June 10
Mar.
8
30
7 108 k May 21
106
Jan.
6
99
85k Jan.
July
6
Feb.

Jan.

3
11
15
28

Jan.

22

Feb.
Jan.
Jan.

Mar. 16

.Tan.

Mar. 30

29

3

Feb.

113
111

Mar. 25

Jan.

2
15

8

Jan.

12

113k
113 k
104 k
112k

Mar.

15

Apr.
Apr.

23

Jan.

Mar. 23
Mar. 22
Jan. 15

Jan.

Apr.

13

Jan.

20

June 11

Feb.
Jan.

5
28
6

6

Feb.

Mar. 10

4

; Feb.

54 \
1052
74
19
100

June

75 k Jan

Apr.
July

1
1

98k

96 k

July

6

98"

14

108 k Feb.

June

92

Apr.
Apr.
Jan.

106
100

28
90

131
115

105

102'9jz June
96 k July

10221

7

July
July

19
1

105 k July
89 k June

July
July
1 108 k July

6

105

2

105 k Apr.
105

20
27

19
5
4
k Feb. 20
Feb. 25
3
k Feb.
1
July
4
k June

109 k June
107 k June

July

.

88k Jan.
45k Jan.

102 k Apr.

106 k

106 k
109k

107 k 110k 105 k
94 k
94k Sale
107k Sale 106 k
107
Sale
106 k

Sale
94 k
116k
96 k

Sale

101

Sale

;

24

Jan.

Feb.

June

4

101

Mar.

6

126

Jan.

j2

58

Sale
94 k July
119k 116 k July
Sale
95 k July
Sale
101
July
31
July
30k 32
24
July
24k 28

25
?

Sale

75

50

56 k

89 k

72

73 k

34 k

■

j

116k

36
W.

•».

28 k

Sale

Sale
103 k

17

33 k

17 k

25 k
20 k

Sale

24

Sale

100
107 k
98"32

Sale
......

99

"72k

.

108 k

Sale

1 184
July
1
97 k July

20 127
Jan.
~
94 k June
Jan.
121k July 14 108
98 k July 17
95 k June

212
100

Mar. 11

130k Mar. 11

m
m
20 k
23 k

24

100k 101
109

100 k
99 k
92

101

"23"

25 k July

30
6
31
30

6

24 k July

2

26 k July
26 k July
26
July

44

60

July
July
July
July

108 k July
17 k July
25 k
20 k

July
July
22 k July

100
July
July
109k 109
98 k July
Sale
99 k

100

13
10

16
19

77 k
70
July
34 k
33 k July
118
117
July

18k

1

July
July

31

24 k July
24 k July

104
72 k
89 k

1 104

10

24 k July
25
July

45
104

91k

29

28 k
26k Sale
26 k
27 k
25k 27 k
46 k

26k

Sale

v

Sale

Feb.

Mar. 13

1

V'kf

■

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115k

1

Sale

108

13
13
7
7
5

112

97 k
104

■■

Sale

"July

Apr.

104^4 Jan.
108k Jan.

Mar.

117

32

26

112

Sale

24

•

July

Sale

30 k
24

24

2 ill
July
July 121 96
July 29107 k
July 19 107 k

107k 107k 106
109k
173 k Sale
159

----

104

100 k

100k

4

Jan.

Apr. 27 119

85 k Jan.
116 k July
114 k July

96k

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

106 k

24

Sale

♦Rutland R R 1st

2
4

Jan.

July 26
8
Apr. 17 113k Jan.

20

80

116k S^Tle
114k Sale
102k 102k

45

18k

M

Jan.

84
July 21
9
84 k July
108
May 13
119 k Apr. 16

22

108k

Sale
58
63 k Sale
58
106 k 107k 106 k 107 k 106
74
75k 74k
74 75
20
; Sale
20 k Sale
20
103
100k 102k 103
101k
Sale
96
96
96 k
95
13 k
16k
13k
16k

44

108 k
20 k

J

O

9

25
19

108 k May

87

87

Jan.

26 k Feb.
Jan.

99

107 k Mar. 17
109
Anr. 13
109
Mar. 11
113 k Jan. 28
108
Mar. 16
Mar. 16
111

"89

84 k

Jan.

111k Jan.

110

Sale

8

1962 M

84 k

Jan.

107

June 30 106
June 28 101
June 30 103 k
June 14 119 k

26

5
6
4

5
23
12
111k Jan. 12
lllk Mar. 11
7
121k Jan.
9
117k Jan.
123

100
91
91
106 k
107
116

28

118""

Sale

.........1948 A O

♦{•RockIs Ark At Louis latik* ..1934

Sale

.

115k Jan.

28

July

31 116 k July
2 118
July
2 118 k July
27 107 k July

84

Sale

108

25
63 k
63 k

122

K

116 k July
116
July

9
4

Jan.

Jan,
103 k Jan.
Jan.
126

May 18 113

103

85k

15 k June 18

Jan.

108

109

H6k July
July
107k 107 k 107

jSale

96k Apr. 26
115k Mar. 18
106 k Mar. 23
113 k Mar. 22
98 k Mar. 23
103 k Apr. 29
103 k Mar. 22
103 k June 29
6
116 k July
2
112
Apr,
90
June 15

6
25
28

Jan.

23

10 109 k July
8 110k July
24 111

May

109

116k 122
116k Sale
Sale' 117k Sale

131 k

O

Rochester Gas & El 4H» ser D...1977 M S

30.

95

TV

27

June 23

5 109k
109 k Feb.
100
May 10 106 k
108
Mar. 17 112k
109
Apr. 27 116 k
109 k Apr. 28 116 k

110

83 k
50 k
121

At coll trust 4s series A. 1949

2d gold 6s
For footnotes, see page

IV

100
1941 J D
1951 A O

Gen mtge 5s series B

23 k

16*

J

(65% pd)

♦Cons mtge 6s with warrants.. 1955




80k
Sale

Sale

123

♦Direct mortgage gold 6s...... 1952 MN
♦Cons mtge 6s
......1953 F A

6s

Sale
—-

J

ex-w

♦Ruhr Chemical

93k
103 k

110

96k

19,000 ♦{♦Richfield Oil of Calif 6S...1944 MN
27,000
♦Certificates of deposit.......
MN
1,000 Richmond Term Ry 1st guar 5s..1952 1
2,000 ♦Kims Steel a f 7s
1955 F A

4,000
: 17,000
64,000
2,000
18.000
41,000

113k 112k

118""

.

78k
40 k

Rensselaer Ac Saratoga 1st gu 6s.1941 M N
Republic Steel Corp 434s ser A..1950 AO

con

114k

112

M

19
10
26
7
27
29
16
23
26
26
29

110

115

♦1st

103 k Mar. 20 107

116k 122

1,000 ♦Rhine-West Elec Power 7s__-J_.1950 MN

62",000

118

112k

110

253,000
Gen mtge 434 s series B
...1961 FA
207,000
Purch money 1st 5tf« conv....1954 MN
271,000
Gen mtge 4k8 series C
-..1956 MN
152,000 Revere Copper At Brass 1st 4k *--1956 J
1,000 ♦Rhelnelbe Union s f g 7s.......1946 J
11,000 ♦Rhine-Ruhr Wat Serv 6s—.....1953 J

40,000

Sale

121

A

drawn bonds. ...1950 J
53,000 Purity Bakeries Corp s f
g 5s
1948 I
{♦ Radio Keith Orph pt pd ctfs

v

102

93 k
93
95 k
91k Sale
111k Sale 117
110k Sale 111k

A

45,000 Pure Oil Co s f 4k « with warr
1950
14.000
14M8 w w drawn bonds—...1950
4Jis without warrants........1950

'14,000

Sale

I66k

110

{♦Providence Securities deb 4s gul957 MN

:

108""

.1963 F

44,000 Porto Rlcan Am Tobac conv 6a.. 1942
915,000 {♦Postal Teleg At 3able coll 5a_. .1953
37,000 Potomac Elec Power 1st M
3J48..1966
28,000 Pressed Steel Car deb 5s
1951

9,000

90

15k
110k

MN

702,000 Portland General Electric
4)4s_.1960 M S
19,000
1st 5s 1935 extended to 1950._._
J
J

23,000

24
17

110

.1977

w

1

1103
July
28 110
July
2 113 k July

107
110

123

55,000
♦♦Debenture gold 6s
215,000 Read Co Jersey Cen coll
g 4s
256,000
Gen At ref 4k> series A
101,000
Gen & ref 4^s series B
365,000 Remington Rand deb
w

22 106 k July

100 k July
109
July

100

1st 414s series D

1,074,666

Sale

107

122k

stk

118k 118k
114
113k

A

.1974

com

106

Sale

D

.1962

for deb 6s &

103 k July

113
July
113k 113k July
8ll3kJulv
Sale
99
July
2 100 k July
121
119 k July
6 121 k July
Sale
110k July (' 8 112
July
8 H8k July
118k 116k July
Sale
1 103
July
100k July
Sale
106
July
1 108 k July
Sale
106
July
1 108 k July
Sale
1 107 k July
105k July
July
6,119
July
113k
July
2114k July
92
July
11 93 k July
16k
July
6 17
July
109
108k July 23 108 k July
July
2 103
102k 100
July
96
2i 94 k July
91k July
2' 96
96 k
91k July
July
1 119
118
111k July
k July
1 111k July
110k July
July
1123 k July
123k 121
114k July 13 114k July
113" 112
July 28113
July
1
Sale
93 k July
98 k July
Sale
102k July 19104
July
2
Sale
July
26 k July
1
Sale
12 k July
July
2, 26
c25k 21 k July 16 107 k July
Sale
106k July
k July
99
99
July
6 99
July

110k
110k 111

113

1st gen 5s series C

UX»

Sale

Sale
Sale

MN

1st mtge 414s series G........ .1960
Pitts Y At Ash 1st gen 4s ser A. .1948

{♦Providence

Sale

120k
111k
117k
102 k
107 k
107 k

Sale

109

111k

1st gen 5s series B

V

125

119

110k
116k
100 k
106k
106k
105k
116k
112k
91k
Ilk

F

.1943 MN
.

99 k

J

.1964 MN
.1970 I D

General g 5s ser B
General 414s series G
Pitts Va At Char 1st guar 4s
Pitts At West Va 1st 4Hs ser A
16.000
1st mtge 414s series B

66,000

109 k

.1960 F

Con 4s series H guar g

1,000
49,00.0
31,000
79,000

109k 111

D

3ks deb—— -1952
.......

12,000
22,000
560,000
374,000
296,000
318,000
500,000
10,000
10,000

J

.1956

5.000 Phlla Bait Ac Waste 1st
ft 4s
7,000
General 5s Series B

Sale

111

J

A

e

1

102

1105*

......

1st 4s Series B
l*t g 414s series C

104k 106

Sale

.1952 A O

35,000 Peoples Gas Ac Coke 1st *•
.1943
43,000
.1947
Refunding gold 5s
42,000 Peoria At Bast 1st cons 4s...... .1940
20,000
.1990
nnnJ
♦Income 4s (flat)

978188
77? 'Hon'
*»«71.000

Sale

101

1045*

108 k

106

General 414s series D_....... .1981 A
Gen mtge 4k« series B
.1984 J
—

1,190,000

106 k

105 k Sale
112
115k

104

1

48

1

48

July
July

20 104

July

21

60

July

16

73

27
7
6
20
21

July

_

29

37 k July
10 117
July

10

10
8109 k July 30
15
19k July 21
6
25 k July
~
22

July

24 k July
1 101

100 k June
Mar.
24
Jan.
18
19

Mar.

19k Mar.
19 k Mar.
19k Mar.
44

July

44 k May
103 k Mar.
53 k Mar.
91
Feb.
69 k June
33 k July
116k Mar.

Feb.
June
20 k Mar.

19 k June
8
12

July
July

21

10 100 k July

30

21 109

Apr.

22 k July

99k Apr.
May
97
May
100
Apr.
98k Apr.
107

Jan.

100

Jan.

106

Jan.

32

Mar.

25 k July

8
8

6

2
30

26k Feb. 27
31
30

26 k July
26 k July

Mar.

3

66

Jan.

7

66

Jan.

7

104 k May 11
June 25
60
Jan.
2

TV

Jan.

9

Jan.

18

July 10
109k July 30
28 k Feb. 19
1
25 k Mar.
8
32k Jan.
2
34 k Jan.

29 104 k Jan.
8
4 112 k Jan. 21
20 10l2932 Jan. 22
6
14 103 k Jan.
Jan. 26
17 102

AUG., 1937]

8-5

Sales in

Jan. 2

n. y. stock exchange

Value

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN JULY

Price

BONDS

July

29

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE—BONDS

•

July 1

1937
Ask

Bid

Ask Bid

Bid

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

.Sale Prices

Sale Prices

July 31
Ask

St Louis Iron Mtn Ac South—

♦♦River Be Gulf Dlv 1st 0 4s...1933
89,000
♦Certificates of deposit...
9,000
35,000 {♦St L Peodt N W lit 5s
1948
12,000 St L Rky M 3c Pac 5s itmpd
...1955
{♦St Louis-San Francisco Ry—
198.000
♦Prior lien 4s series A
...1950
273,000
♦Certificates of deposit......—
♦Prior lien 5s series B
...1959
86,000
66,000
♦Certificates of deposit....—
♦Con M 4J4s series A
541,000
.....1978
458,000
♦Certificates of deposit stamped
60,000 {St Louis Southwest 1st 0 4s
1989
32,000
♦2d gold 4s income bond..Nor 1989
21,000
♦♦1st terminal & unlf 5s......1952
7,000
♦Gen 3c ref 5s series A
1990
1,000 it Paul Be Duluth 1st consoi 4s.. 1948
5,000 {♦tit Paul E Grand Trunk 4Ms
1947
60,000 {♦St Paul Be K C Short L guar 4MsI941

M N

755* Sale

85

Sale

45
84 J*

Sale

71
32

Sale

825*

90

>

j""j
J

J

J

J

J

J

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T 245*
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r Sale
19

Sale

82

MN
J

J

J

J

J

d

I

J

f

a

49
40

J

I

88
107""

25*

15

Sale

175*

745*
725*
335*
825*

79

36
83

22 M

MS

75

725*

80

83
24

79 M July

July
July
825* July

14
7
8

265* July
245* July
275* July
July
July
July
July
545* July
465* July
365* July
1035* July
24
July
185* July

Sale

225* July
195* July
23
July
205*
20 M July
235*
235* 21
July
19
215* Sale
July
86
855* 825* July
53
505* July
42 k July
30
"335* 33
July
103
1035* July
July
"245* 24
175* 175* July

215* Sale

25*

9
14
8
16
8
12
23
1
9
10
30
21
7

U*
8*

W

Jan.

82

107 M
124

m

1045*
121M

Sale

118

Sale
111

1005* July
1095* July
1085* July

1015*

Sale

no

1105*

1105*

108

1135*
205*

ut'l

..............

j

7,000

14,000

♦Guar sinking fund OH* B

♦Stamped

1946

28

AO

205*
1135*

........ ...........

4s
1989 MN
♦{♦Seaboard Air Line 1st g 4s ..1950 A O
♦♦Stamped 4s
...............1950 a o
Sdo Vail At N B 1st guar g

T,6o6
122,000
11,000
303,000
19,000
896,000
153,000
8,000

♦Adjustment 5s.

....

♦♦Refunding g 4s

....Oct 1949
.........1959

cons

....1945

6s series A

F

A

Sale

A

O

Sale

•♦Attan-Blrm Dlv 1st g 4s.May

1!*

1135* 1135* 1135* July
27
25
26
July
26
285* 245* July
28
285
July
28
"34" 25
July

m's

26

75*
Sale

155*

265*
265*
9

85*

m it*

Sale

16

14

Sale

15M Sale
27
305*

25M

Mar.

June 29

33
33
30

30

Sale

13 5* Sale

♦Certificates of deposit....

17,000
177,000 Sharon Steel Corp conv deb 4^1.1951
782,000 Shell Union Oil deb 35* •
1951
♦♦Siemens Be Halskesec
♦Debenture

s

s

13
M

S

M

S

1

D

I

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...1952
f g 7S..1935

.....1951 M 8

f 6Us._

Jan.

Mar.
8
8
Jan.
4
17 100
June 18
745* Feb. 19
July 23 655* Mar. 8
54
Jan.
8
June 30
July 30 1095* Jan. 18
Mar.
3
37
July 21
Feb. 20
June 17
27
June

July
May
6 107
Jan.
Mar. 17 124
Apr. 12 1035* Mar.
Apr. 27 1125* Jan.
Apr.
1 1105* Jan.
Jan.
Apr. 22 115
Jan.
July
7
Feb.
July
2

2,000 ♦Silesia Elec Corp 6^1.. .......1946 f A
26,000 Stlealan-Am Corp coll tr g 7s.....1941 F A
188,000 Skelly OH debenture 4s
....1951 J J
200,000 Socony-Vacuum Oil deb 35*«——1950 A O
10,000 South Be Nor Ala gu 5s
...1963 A O

320,000 Southern Bell Tel 3c Tel 3J*«
1962 A O
65,000 Southern Calif Gas 45* •
1961 M S
1st mtge 3c ref 4s
181,000
.1965 f A
64,000 Southern Colorado Power 1st g 6s *47 J.J

July

44

10

2

31

June 15

Jan.

Feb.

June 28

355*
365*
135*
20 J*

June 24

20

June 28

July
July
75* July
12
July
125* July
1454 July
14
July
28
July

235* Mar.
225* Mar.
385* Jan.

June 29

June 28

July

62,000

7M Sale

111
101

80
102 M
50 M
68

102
106

135*
113
Sale
83

65*
108

&
88
985*

"565*
23
Sale
Sale

1065*

125

8JK
70
99

105M
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Sale

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85* Sale

75* July

30

Tenn Copper dk

J*

!!y

105M 106

81

Mar.
Mar.

Mar.
Mar.

15
16
9

615* July
24
July
72 M July
1 101
July
1 1065* July
July 28 1235* July

23
16
30
10
21
28

1005*
1075*
14 106 k
14 106

23

July
July
July
July
July

Sale
985* July
1065* 1055* July
July
Sale 104
104H Sale
July
1055* 106 M 1055* 106 M 105
106 M

July
July
July
July

21
26
23

Jan.

d

Sale

93 M

Sale
Sale

8

Sale

935*

Sale

M

P

Sale

84

Sale

M N

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84

Sale

J

33.000

Sale

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J

Sale

O

110M

J
A

MN
J

J

J

Sale

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99 M

Sale
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Sale

995*

1045*

Sale

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74

O

Sale

92

A

95

O

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J

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105

J

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1035*

M S

103
98

1-025*

M S

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88

Sale

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Sale

105

Sale

1065*
335*

1005* Sale

d

MN

J

F

A

J

d

J

d

5s.....1951 J

Sale

Sale

O

J

107

106

A

4Mt—1939

A

23
104

Sale"

97 n.

Sale

73
Sale

1035*
995*
965*
1025* 103 M
91
895*
1065* 106 M
103
1035*
235*
225*

105
Sale

Sale

5
7

8

9

20
Mar.
3
73
245* Mar. 2
825* Feb. 11
6
102 k Jan.
6
1075* Jan.
Jan. 23
130

68
Jan.
975* Mar.
1005* Apr.
118
Apr.

985* July
2 1005*
Mar. 23 1075*
1015* Apr. 10 1065*
1035* Apr. 12 1065*
105

10

Jan.

July 23
June
5
July 26
Jan. 20

1011

915* Apr. 12

99]
100]

97 M Apr.

915* July

Sale

108

S

Sale

1065* 107

167
Sale

J

1055*

July"" 1 1675* July" 16

125 M 126

119

July
July
July
9
July 21
July 21
July 29
July 21
July 28
July

104H July
72
July
92
July
95
July
102
July
95
July
1025* July
88
July
105
July
1005* July
23
July
1045* July
975* July

July
July
July
July

O

A

deb 35*1—————1951
3c N O cons g 5s
.......1943

d

2000
Gen ref 5s ser B .............1977
Gen" 3c ref 5s series C
....1979

d

J

Texas 3c Pacific 1st g 5s

1950

A

1946 I

1085*
1095*

Sale

101

July

17 103]

Feb.

5

Jan.

11
21

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

22
22
22
2

Jan.
Jan.

4
4

Jan.

Mar. 18 1085* Jan.
100 M Feb. 20 1005* Feb.
104
May 15 1125* Jan.
June 29
71
85k Feb.
June 30 1055* Feb.
89
91M June 29 1105* Feb.
1015* May 21 1055* Feb.
Jan.
93 M June 30 103
Jan.
1015* Feb. 24 105
June 30
88
955* Feb.

103

100

Sale

1005*

Sale

108 k 109
Sale

Sale

Sale

101M

J

Sale

1005* Sale
76
108
O

d

Sale

108M
102 M

Mar.

June 19
6
Mar.

95

1025* Mar.

13

22

105

995* 100

a765*
105

98M

115

Sale

88 M

91

985* Sale

895*

90M

95

O

20
121

100

Sale

96 M Sale
1035* Sale
18M

121M

118""

121

109

Sale

J

J

1155* 115

1125

Sale

8

109 M 109

106

Sale

8

1135) 115

H4M 1155*

Sale
Sale

o

101

N

101

O

107 M 108

20
5
2

Jan. 21
Jan. 21

Apr. 25 126

Jan.

103

Mar.

85

June

Mar.

1055*
1045*
1085*
1225*
1035*
1035*
103 5*
1095*

103

100
105

Apr.
Apr.

7

118

Mar.

15

101
100

Apr.

8

9

100

96

Sale

96

Sale

1065* 1065*

nil

June

995*
975*

Apr.
1055* Mar.

k

Mar.

■

■

23
■

8

495*
'

June

2

14

90

July 26
July 28

July
9
July 30

73
101

101
80

99

July

15 100

6 106

July

1

July
975* Apr.

loo"

945* July
1035* July
14
July
1185* July
1095* July
1125* July
106
July
115
July
96
July
96
July
1065* July

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

25

4

16

4

July 28

83

19

975* May 18 103

Feb.

Feb.

3
4

Jan.

11

Jan.

6
15

5*'Apr". "28 1075*
116
Apr. 14 118
1135* July 30 123
90
Jan.
4 1005*
90
Mar. 22 98

Jan""~7

855* Jan.
1035* June
14
July
1165* Apr.

June 29

102

July
:
30 116
98
July
9 100 M July 30
July 24
965* July
7 98

113 5* July

19
29
12
15

July 23

Jan.
Apr. 20 1085* Jan.
Jan.

16
18
6
6
5

101

June

84

17

21

1095*
735*
465*
1015*

1075* Apr.
45
July

20

July
July

iis"

Jan.
Jan.
1095 Jan.
118
Jan.
111
Jan.
108
Feb.
105
Jan.
110
Jan.
1285* Jan.
1065* Feb.
108
Jan.
1085* Jan.

105
104

115

17
24
44

109 W

73
Sale
1055* 104

99

Feb. 17

9 1075* June 16

May 19195
May 17 143

22
7

1165*

1035*

121M 123

955* July 31

103

905* Sale

16
9
1
4

106

July

035* July

1035* 1035* July
Q5
Sale
865* July
1065* 107M
U55* July'
1165*
Sale 108
July
109
104M July
105 M Sale
103 k July
1045*
1075* July
107
1215* July
122
1015* July
1025*
100
July
102
--05* July
1025*
108 k July
1095*
45
July
48 k
15
July
17
84
July
90
1005* July
1005*

1035*
1175*

1065* Sale

12

117

1 12l"

103

103

8

Feb.

Jan.

6

20
20
8
8
15
8

105

140

1135* July

107 M 1085*
122 M

O

40

1065* Jan.

9 102

June 14 159

101

July
1075* July

108

1105*

A

A

795* Sale
104

1095* Jan.
16 1065* Jan.

Mar. 23

102
99
22

122M 1215* 123M

1035*
865* Sale
106 M 1075*
1155* Sale
1085* 1105*
1045* Sale
1035* Sale
1075* Sale
1215* Sale
1015* Sale

Sale

S

M

1945 A
2,000 ♦{♦Union Slav Ry Chic 1st 5s
7,000 Union Oil Cat 30-yr 6s ser A May 1942 F
3 M> debentures
....1952 J
132,000
209,000 Union Pac RR 1st Be land gr g 4s. 1947 J
First Be refunding 4s.....June 2008 m
225,000
1st lien 3c rsl 5s
June 2008 m
38,000
34-year 3 Ms debenture...
1970 a
153,000
35-year 3M> debenture
...1971 M
145,000
A
48,000 United Biscuit (Amer) deb 5s...1950
For footnotes, see page SO.

Sale

106 M
D

Trenton Gas 3c Elec 1st 5s
1949 M 8
I
J
6,000 Trl-Contln'l Corp conv deb 5s ser A'53
22,000 Tyrol Hydro-Elec Power 7Ms.... 1955
Guar sec s f 7s ...............1952 *A
18,000

32,000 UJigawa Elec Power secured 7S..1945
1957
18,000 IfUnion El Lt 3t Pow (Mo) g 5s

130

O

Tol W Va 3c Ohio 1st guar 4s C..1942 m s
Tor Ham 3c Buff 1st 4a

98

81
June 28
97!
80 M June 29
97!
9 102]
965* Apr.
1065* Jan. 26 109]

1015* Mar.

115

Sale
106
July
1065* 10654 1065* July

1425*
1135* Sale

158
123

J

s

19,000 Tol St L 3c West 1st g 4s

1

June 28

81

8

103

103

j

A

cons




Sale

m
as

July 29
July
9
July
9
July
9
July
9
July
8
July 26
July
9
July 17

July
1
July 16
July
July
July
July
July
July
6
July 17

Sale

108 M
1075* 1085* 108
100%
101M

A

Texas Corp
t exas

83 M
99

1005* 101
94
925*

105 M

i"j

g 5s...............1944
f gold 4s
1953
1 exarkana 3c F S Ry 5M« A guar.1950
First

2
17
8
8
6
5
5

J

149,000
Gen 3c ref 5s ser D
.....1980 J
170,000
23,000 Tex Pac—Mo Pac Term 5M« A..1964 M
......I960 J
211,000 Third Ave 1st ref 4s...
584.000
♦Adjustment Income 5s
Jan 1960
1937
48,000 § ♦Third Ave RR 1st gold 5s
367,000 Tidewater Assoc Oil deb 3Ms.... 1952
Tokyo Bloctric Light (Ltd)
1st M 6s $ Series
June 15 1953
367,000
59,000 Toledo 3c Ohio Cent ref Be Imp 3H< '60

„

98

......1944 M 8
Elec Power 1st 6s series A.. 1947 J d

Gen ref

15

Jan.

100

505* Jan.
1854 Mar,

Chem—

Term RR Assn of St L 1st g

17*666
77,000
73,000
406,000
33,000
76,000

14
22

895* Apr.

102

Jan.

100

106 M

Conv deb 6s series B
Tenn

4

145* Jan. 15
1175* Mar. 11

65* June
106
July
955* Apr.

85* July
112
July
100
July
885* July

75* July
1065* 106
July
Sale
97 5* July
86 M
835* July

100

1055* 106

O

♦Studebaker Corp conv deb 6s..1945 J
Swift Be Co 1st M 3Ms
1950 M

Tenn Coal Iron Be RR gen

3
11
29

145* Jan.

65* June 28

9M July

1

10

985*
59
655* 625* 63
24
225*
72
715* "75"
705*
Sale
1005* 100 M 99
Sale
105
1055* Sale
1225*
1235*

M

A

Symington-Gould Corp—
K 1st mtge conv inc (with warr).1956 F A
10,000
f Without warrants.........1956 F A

11,000
232,000

4

435* Feb. 15

June 15

25

Jan.

Southern Natural Gas—

1st mtge pipe line 4 Ms
95,000
.....1951
186,000 Sou Pac Co 4s Cent Pac coll Aug. *49
1st 4Ms (Oregon Lines) ser A..1977
474,000
Gold 4Ms
277,000
1968
Gold 4Ms
407,000
May 1 1969
Gold 4 Ms
385.000
1981
594,000
10-year secured 35* s
.....1946
San Francisco Term 1st 4s....195#
46,000
1,000 So Pac of Calif 1st cons 5s......1937
South Pac Coast guar 4s
1937
1955
339",666 South Pac RR 1st ref guar 4s
4s stamped...................1955
262",660 Southern Ry 1st cons 5s........1994
Devel Be gen 4s series A
547,000
1956
Devel Be gen 6s series A.......1956
211.000
Devel Be gen 6Ms series A.....1956
281,000
7,000
Memphis Dlv 1st g 5s.........1996
St Louis Dlv 1st g 4s
22,000
.......1951
Bast Tenn reorg lien 5s.......1938
3,000
Mobile Be Ohio coll tr 4s
1938
150,000
100,000 Southw Bell Tel 3 Mi series B....1964
1960
217,000 S'western Gas 3c Elec 4s ser D
1955
11,000 {♦Spokane Internet 1st g 5s
31,000 Staley (A E) Mfg 1st mtge 4s..... 1946
1961
536,000 Standard Oil N J deb 3s
Staten Isl Ry 1st gu g 4 Ms.
1943

380",660

23

tlH

June

1935

♦Certificates of deposit.....

72,000 Shlnyetsu EI Pow 1st 6M>

6
13
8
11

Mar.

June 29

June 28

June 16 121

25

Sale

115*
145*

38

Mar.

Jan.

36

113

Sale"

Sale

1933

37
33

8
-7

1935

Series B

27",666

31
27'

26

1085* 109

Sale

\Ts

♦Certificates of deposit.....—

{Seaboard-All Fie 1st 6s A

429,000

Sale

Sale

♦Certificates of deposit.....

♦1st 3c

35
30

M

Jan.

June 28

July
120M July
July
110H July
109
July
July
27
July
27
July
28 n July
285* July

July

Jan.

85

June 29

107

1065* 1045* July

102 M
113

48

26

June 29

tit Paul Minn Be Manitoba—

8,000
tPacific Ext sterling guar 4s.. 1940 J I
J
20,000 111: Paul Union Depot 1st 5s guar. 1972 J
J
158,000 lion Ant 3c Aran Pass 1st guar 4s.1943 J
J
J
63,000 >ian Antonio Public Serv 1st 6s A. 1952
28,000 San Diego Cons G 3c El 4s
...1965 MN
23,000 Santa Fe Presc Be Phentx 1st 5s..1942 M S
5,000 {♦iichulco Co guar 6M*-->
1946 J J
8,000
♦Stamped

895* Feb, 15
885* Feb. 17

745* July 29
725* July 29
33 M July 31

12

77
38

July 29
July 29
July 31
July 13

108

June

Mar. 16

Mar, 8
July 30
July 24

Apr. 30
Jan. 25
Jan.
7
Mar. 16
Jan. 15
Jan.
7

May 18
2

Jan.

925* Apr.
1055* May

Jan

June

11

8

7'.'

Sales in
July v

Jan. 2

1937

EXCHANGE

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

50

Sale

Sale

494 July

Sale

Sale

994

34 July

29

1034 Sale

Sale

Sale

100

98

85

794

88

Sale

30

t Accrued

Sale

30

.....

Sale

27
-

29

1044 Sale
Sale
78
97
Sale
Sale

W

106*" 1064
814 Sale
814 814

it*
"96*"

95

Sale

Sale

464 Sale
55

46

50

May 14
May 14

111

3

Apr.
6
July 20
1134 Jan. 27
54 Jan. 15

Mar.
June

934 July
July

15
12

27 97)
1 105)

79

1

Sale

614 July 22

1064 Sale
109

1264 Sale

1064 Sale
1184 120

1224 1234

119

1084 1094
1084 109

1094 Sale
1044 Sale

106
Sale
1064 107

108

Sale
Sale

38
38

29

22

Sale

974 Sale
94
954
106
1124 113
1024 1024
1044 1044

85

364

86
Sale
614
634
1054

1024 1034
113

115

354 Sale
31
324
254 Sale
21
24

East Ry 44al943 j"j

Ac Tube—
F

A

f 4s series C.........1961 MN

exchange

sterling.

{ Companies reported as being in bankrutpcy,
receivership, or being reorganized under Section 77
elthe Bankruptcy Act. or securities assumed by
inch companies.

foi

88
108

1104 112
994

Sale

Sale

1034 104
35

394

344 Sale
154 Sale
1034 Sale
101
Sale
108
23

Sale*

20

374

194

Sale

1004 Sale

r

z

Bond selling flat.
•

8

27

444 Mar.
414 Mar.

8

44

0
Mar. 17

41

Mar.

5

434 Mar.

0
Mar. 10
44
Mar. 17
40
Mar. 31
1094 Mar. 16
Feb.
90
8

994 Mar. 12

July
1 1004 Jan.
May 17 558 Jan.
76

25
14

Jan.

14
Feb. 10
19 80
9
3 1024 Feb.
June 30 1104 Jan.
7
May 27 1124 Feb. 25
Mar. 24 1084 Jan. 13

June 23
June

1064 July
July
July
1 1094 July
1 107
July

Apr.
Apr.

2 1274 Jan
1 1234 Jan.

22
9

11 1094 Apr. 30
Mar. 23 1094 Jan.
8
Feb.

Jan.

7

June 15

111

Jan.

23

37

July

20

1
2
1

324
32

1014

1

93

31

96

20

934
254
924

2
1

20 87
2 107
15 1114
2 101

28 1034

6

12
1
21
July 22
July
July
July
July
July
July
July 27
July
6
July
2
July 19
July 23
July 23

394 July 26

204 July 28
144 July 30
154 July 22

143

Sale

1034 Sale

133

July
1004 July

in year's range.

Feb.

19

39

Jan.

11

June

104

Jan.

4

June

111

Jan.

June

107
109
25
100
96
107

Jan.

2

Jan.

19

Mar.
Jan.

3
20

Jan.

13

June
Mar.
June

July
Mar.
Apr.

June

6

3

Apr.

0
1134 Feb.
1034 Jan. 18

May

105

Mar.

8

47

Mar.

6

47

Mar.

8

June

62

1034 July

104

Jan. 12
June 15

324 May 19
31
15
99

1064
214
204
144
154

May

Mar.
Mar.

July
July
July
July

1034 Jan.
115

Jan.
354 Jan.

were

July 23
July 21
154 July 22

16

324 Jan.

9
7
2
8

1 1494 July 23
1 104
July 29

254 Jan.

4

24

7

Jan.

1234 Jan. 27 1624 Mar.

984 Mar. 23 105

Jan.

during the current month and are not iaeluded in the monthly or yearly range:
Cuba (Rep.) 44s 1949, July 9 at 1014.
5s of 1914 1949, July 28 at 1034Oslo (City) 44s 1955, July 14 at 103.
*

The following deferred delivery sales were trans,
acted during the current

month and are not

Included in the monthly or yearly range:
-

sales

22

40*

June

June

16

164

included in year's range.

cash

6

994 Jan.

108

22

Ex-interest

following

Apr.
714 Jan.

106

Under the rule sales, only transactions of the

The

June

May

Cash sales, only transactions of the current

month, and not included

10
21
Jan. 22
3
106M Feb.
86

Jan.

ft Deferred delivery sales, only transactions of
the current month, and not included in year's

n

1034 Jan.
984 Jan.

Feb.

range.

current month, and not

1014 Feb. 10
107 4 Jan.
8

44 May
0
July
74 Jan.
94 June
9
July
8
July
84 July
84 July
74 June
94 July
8
July
5
Apr.
74 May
4
Apr.

1

384

144
154

Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

12
11

Jan. 30
Feb. 27

20 1074 July
8 1094 July

394

12

20
21

67
110

64 July
64 July
24 Feb.

2 120
14 119

1 394 July 23
344 July
1
15
16
Sale
July
174 July 20
1
1034 1034 1034 July 21 1034 July
1 103
101
103
Sale
July
July 28
9 .1084 July
1084 July
1084
9
214 July 31 24
214 Sale
July 13

374

20

24

154
154
104

133

m

Sale

Mar. 17

Feb.

m*

294 Sale
1004 Sale

4

414 Jan.
1094 Jan.

1014 July 29 1034 July

Sale

894 Sale
244

1951
I960

103
94

101

754

1084 1064 July
1084 July
29
July
294 July
1014 1004 July
July
914 90
Sale
894 July
Sale
88
July
July
264 24
Sale
904 July
July
864 85
107
107
July
1124 1114 July
Sale
994 July
1034 1024 July

109
Sale

June

1044 Mar.
55
July

1014 July 13
107
July 30

1024 Sale
1074 Sale

1104 1114

Sale

July **9
July 13
July 14
July 21
July 14
July 13
July 13
July 26
July 15
July 19
July 17

1004 1014 July
1064 July
1064
1094
1064 July
1064 107
120
1214 1194 July
1184 July
1184 121
1094 July
1094
1064 Sale" 1044 July

56

674 Jan. 27

liolt Apr.

20

60

69

20

954 July 23
49
July
7
624 July 23

,754 *994
101

1084 Sale




June

49

9

3
Mar. 3
Mar. 3
Mar. 2
Jan. 21
Jan.
2
Mar.

111

July
July
July

Sale

1 Called for redemption.

2 106

98

9

21 106

July

93

92

Negotiability impaired by maturity.

32

Jan.

964 May 21 105

29
23
2
21
29
22

304 July
29
July
28
July
284 July
284 July
284 July
294 July
28
July
1044 July
78
July
95 ; July

Sale

93

1074 Sale

the

284
32
31

.....

Sale

payable at

324
Sale
324

28

30
Sale

90

interest

14

22

20

Jan.

7
8

11

2 1074 Feb. 18

244 Mar. 19

7
60

614

60

.....

1114 112

late of $4.8484 to the £

June 25 1704 Mar.
33
32

22

984 Jan.

784

65

Sale

1044 105

1st mtfte s

120

1054 Apr.

July

914

5s........1938

•flConr deb 34s............... 1951

..

22

3IIZI *71*

♦Westphalia Un El Pow 4s...
.1953
West Shore 1st 4s guar.........2361

910,000
726,000

21

1
864 July
664 July 28

914 Sale

82

Fund Ac real est 44> gold.....1950

{♦Worcester AcConn

954 May 19 103 4 Jan.
May
5 1144 Jan.
25
June 24
Jan.

111

July
July
July
July
July
July

24)
1 108)

244

234

71

964 Sale

......

Youngstown Sheet

"*34

20

1064 Sale

series A
1977
gold 4s...1943

5s

9
27
12
13
20
21
20
6
13
23
19
19

4

1952

Gold 5s...

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

30 1034 July
20 111
July

July
July

214 July
1074 July
Sale
1084 Sale
July
594 55
594 51
106 " July
103
107
July
96
974 95
Sale
July
Sale
1054 Sale 104

Sale

4

354 Sale"
1094 Sale
654 70
112
115

{♦Western Pacific 1st 5s ser A...1946

Gold

100

July

1104 Mar.

West N Y Ac Penn Gen

Western Union coll tr

July

111

Registered....
2361
Wheeling Ac Lake Erie Ry 4s D..1966
Wheel At L Erie RR 1st con ft 4s.. 1949
Wheeling Steel Corp 44a ser A.. 1966
White Sewing Machine deb 6s._.1940
{♦Wickwlre-Spencer Steel 1st 7S.1935
Ctfs dep Chase Nat Bank.........
17,000
{ ♦ Wlckwlre-Spen St'l Co 7s.Jon 1935
Ctfs dep Chase Nat Bank.......
83,000
25,000 Wilkes-Barre Ac Bast 1st gu ft 5s. 1942
1938
20,000 Wilmar Ac Sioux Falls 1st 5s
1955
166.000 Wilson At Co 1st M 4s ser A
1960
1,000 Winston-Salem S B 1st 4s
79.000 {♦Wisconsin Cent 1st ften ft 4s..1949
♦Certificates of deposit
19,000
MN
20.000
♦♦Sup At Dul Dly Ac Ter 1st 4s. 1936
♦Certificates of deposit.........
5,000

♦

334

Sale"

Sale
Sale

M S
236,000 Warner Bros Pictures cony deb 6sl939
M 8
94,000 {♦Warner Qulnlan cony deb 6s. .1939
M 8
....1941
99,000 {♦Warren Bros Co deb 6s
Warren R R 1st ref gu ft 34*
2000 F A
1948
*2*666 Wash Cent Ry 1st ft 4s
1945
18,000 Wash Term 1st guar 34*-1st 40-year guar 4s
.......1945
1939
38*666 Wash Wat Pow 1st ref 5s
...1950
11,000 Westchester Llftht gold Ba
1963
6,000 West Penn Power 5s series B
1st mtfte ft 4s series H
1961
11,000
1st mtge 34a series I
1966
63,000

*

130
Sale

1034
1054

229,000 !♦ Wabash RR 1st gold Be...
19
♦Second gold 5s
19
47,000
♦1st lien 5f-year gold term 4e.l9
♦Dat Ac Ch Ex 1st g 5s
19
♦Dee Moines Dlr let ft 4s
19
♦Omaha Dly 1st ft 34*
19
9,000
♦Tol Be Chic Dly 1st ft 4s
19
121*666 {♦Wabash Ry ref Ac gen 54* A—19
♦Certificates of deposit.
32,000
♦Ref Be gen 5s (Feb '32 coup) B.19
220,000
♦Certificates of deposit.......
2,000
♦Ref Ar ften 44s series C
19
261,000
♦Certificates of deposit..
5,000
♦Ref Ac gen 5s series D
19
142,000
♦Certificates of deposit
2,000
150,000 Walker (Hiram) G & W deb 44».19
19
137,000 Walworth Co 1st mtge 4s
6s debentures
..19
12,000

♦Assented

954 July
1 984
July
6 112
July
8
1284 July
7
130
Sale
1064 July
1
35
304 July
8
31
July 20
*32*" 294 July 2
July
994 98
Sale
1004 July
27

~27^

79,000 Vanadium Corp (Am) cony Be—1941
1,000 Vandalla coneol « 4e A_—...... 1958
Coneol 4e Sarlae B
»957
ls'ooo ♦♦Vera Cruz Ac Pacific let 4HI...1934
♦♦July 1914 coupon off.. .....
221*660 ♦Vertlentee Sugar 7e ctfe_____._1942
124,000 Virginia El & Pow 4e eer A
1955
3,000 Va Iron Coal Be Coke lot ft 5e....l949
2093
3,000 Va Ac Southwest let guar Be
First cons 5e
-WM
18,000
476,000 Virginian Ry let Ac ref 34■ ser A. 1966

First At ref 54s

Sale Prices

27

,

768,000 West Maryland 1st ft 4 s

Highest

Sale Prices

111

*28*"

274

Sale

Lowest

Sale Prices

Sale

Sale

112

"§64

Highest

Sale Prices

Ask

Ask

150

Lowest

July 31

July 1

Ask
Sale

248,000 United Draft Co (Del) 5i
14
19
17,000 UNJRRft Canal Co ften 4s
15,000 ♦{♦United Rys St L 1st ft U
19
6.000 U S Pipe At Fdy cony deb 34»
19
249,000 U S Rubber let At ft Be eerlae A—19
11,000 ♦United Steal Wks ft 44« ear A—19
1,000
♦64* eerlee C—
—
-—J'
23,000
♦Slnklnft fund dab 64* ear A..19
135,000 Utah Llftht Be Trac let fc ref 5e._19
19
259,000 Utah Power Ac Llftht let Se
312,000 {♦Utilities Pow Ac Ltft deb ft B4t-19
♦Debenture 5e
19
304,000

103,000

RANGE. SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN JULY

Price

BONDS
N. Y. STOCK

Value

25,000
137,000
130,000
270,000
380,000
544,000
710,000
17,000
244.000
27,000
5,000
16,000
232,000
11,000

EXCHANGE—BON l>fs

N. T. STOCK

30

transacted

French (Rep.) 7s

stamped, July 12 at 105.

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RANGE OF STOCK PRICES DURING JULY 1937
Stock Sales

July
Jan. 1 to

1936

1937

July 31

Bond Sales

I

1937

296,647,699 I Jan. 1 to July 31
all atocas

Iniocoraanoe wim a rule ofttie Stock (ficooaogo, effective Oct. 3 191S,
lots except in tba case of stocks which sell only in a small ways

1936

$160,604,000
1,864,867,000

$282,671,000

.■

July

} 34,793,169

Shares.20,722,286
249,693,212

....

are now quoted dollars per share.

2,070,938,000

Prices are on basis of XOO-ebar*

month's range, unless they are the only transactions of the month, and when selling outside of the
footnote In the month In whloh they occur.
No account Is taken of such sales In oomputlng the range for the year.

NOTICE.—cash and deferred delivery sales are disregarded in the

regular monthly range are shown in

SALES

AGGREGATE

July

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

STOCKS

Shares

In

20

2

11,200
15,500

83*.000
1,100
70300

39,700 Alpha Portland Cement
*
333,900 Amalg'mLeathefCosdncNewl
29,000
0% cum preferred..
60
92,600 Amerada Corp.
*

5,000
13,200
400

5,800

481800 Amer Agric Chemical (Del).*
103,800 American Bank Note......10
3,630
6% preferred....
50
85,200 Am Brake SAP
3,740
534 % conv preferred.... 100
257,800 American Can............25
9,800
Preferred..............100
119,800 Amer Car 8c Foundry......
19,600
Preferred
..100
67,600 American Chain & Cable...*
10,300
5% preferred.......
100
11,700 American Chicle.......
*
Am Coal Co
of Alleghany
60
County, N J...—......25
167,100 American Colortype.....
10
141,800 Am Com Alcohol..........20
162,700 Amer Crystal Sugar Co
10
3,110
6% 1st preferred.......100
319,600 Amer Encaustic Tiling.....1
8,600 Am European Securities....*
180 American Express Co.....100
1,095,200 Am 8c Foreign Power.......*
123,000 ; $7 preferred
.....
*
154,300
2d preferred A...........*
35,100
$6 preferred...... ._......*
54,000 Am Hawaiian 8teamahlp.. .10
510,300 American Hide 8c Leather ..1
60,900
6% preferred............50
36,100 Amer Home Products
..1
158,300 American Ice
........*
49,700
6% preferred...........100
175,900 Amer Internet Corp.......*
208,300 Amer Locomotive ..........*
28,800
Preferred..............100
222,600 Am Mach 8cFoundry.......*
141,400 Amer Machine 8c Metals....*
280,800 American Metal............*
4,900
6% Conv preferred.....100
7,150 American News N Y Corp...*
1,156,400 Amer Power 8c Light........*
70,700
$6 preferred..............*
96,100
$5 preferred..............*
1,169,300 Am Radiator $t Stand San..*
1,160
Preferred........
....100
2,357,200 American Boiling Mill..
25
■•■•i
35,700 Amer Safety Razor......18.50
90,700 American Seating Co....
29,310 American Ship Building...-*
714,100 Amer 8melt Ac Refining,.
12,200
Preferred.............. 104
17,500 American Snuff
........25
1,050
6% preferred...........100

4,700
16,500
620

...

8,100

...

440

22,100
1,700
6,800
1,800
35,600

....

....

900

2,100

6,600
7,300
14,900

20,500
100

8l",306
13,500
17,600
1,000
1,100
22,600
1,900
2,400
7,400
3,700
12,000
29,400
3,000
8,700
4,500
12,800

126,800
12,200
11,100
83.300
60

110,600
2,600
10.600
1,100
65,100

19

1596 Sale
Sale

25£1

33

36

150

370,900 Amer Steel Foundries.....^

400

17,900
21,600
61,200

"""700

Sale

68

.....

4594 Sale

3334

3696

1196 July""!
296 July
1
35 * July 29

42
43

33
33

38
38

36
34

47
47

38

3996
3594 Sale
9994 10396

Sale

225

Sale

19

ypfiHiotMnpm 40




239

218
21

2494 Sale

July
July
July
July
July
July
ro?4 July
296 July

1294
4

441
431

July 29
July 29

43

July
July
July

44

9
27
23
16
20
23
20
6

4496 June 29
57
July
6
6394 Jan. * 6
15

4

Jan.

7

2296 June
28
2

June 29
June 1

64

3696 July 12

"0 "i9~"~Jufy~26

June 1
June 17
Mar. 11
June 16

2

9
8
9
9

2

97
11

July'
July
July
July
July
July

Highest

Sale Prices

June 17
June 29
June 26

34
34

July
May
3096 June
103
Apr.
1794 July
34
35

2 23996 July 28 215
20
1 2596 July 24

29
27
17
26
9

"\m Sale"
85
7896 Sale
8394

1794 Sale
75

80

7734 7934
6796 Sale

7696 July
6094 July

2434 Sale

6094 Sale

23

9596
15496
4896

39 94
85

Sale

8394
4096 Sale
66

67

6894

8696
2094

6994

139

141U

117

60
61

Sale

L7294 173
Sale

59

9594

98

99

H1X934

132

15494 1
4896 £
7794
2896 £
125

10294 £
3594
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

1296
300
Sale
50

il*
Sail*

Sale

Sale
9396
9

95
Sale

1296 1394
17496 300
1096 Sale
56

Sale

>

el'A

*"f"" Juiy

Sale

Sale

4496
Sale

296
394
2596 22
1496 Sale
1394
Sale
39
4796 Sale
Sale
108
10994 103
Sale
Sale
21
1996
Sale
9
894
994
Sale
50 ! Sale
4694
12296 117
11996 117
24

Sale
Sale

Sale
29
25
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

'

Sale
26
Sale
140
24
Sale
Sale
Sale

5394 Sale
17
Sale
4696 Sale
12396 126
22

16614 Sale

17
80

1296 Sale

5694 Sale
1096 Sale

4996

183
106

fl8?54

Sale
107

Sale
90

894 Sale
100

Sale

18*"
50
95
142

53

190

55
Sale

7994 Sale
22

105

Sale

107

1
1

July
July

1
1
1

July

1

July 23
1
July

894 July

6696

Sale
51
Sale
Sale

24 94

July

4894 July
8494 July
140
July

5296 July
5794 Sale
130
13296 13196 July

1
1
1
1

17 *
4496

18

12996 130
23
2296
Sale
172

1094

165
75

14
1

134
>

1494
Sale

94

1096

7094 Sale
1596 Sale
175
140

1

July
July

7694 July

Sale
Sale

137

2
1
1
10
1
1

1
5296 July
1
17
July
45
July 20
2
126
July
9
2194 July

5794 Sale

83
135
13
21
85

Sale

1

,

82

Sale

*63

July
July
July
July
July

5694 Sale

7696 Sale
134

7
6

5194 July
4596 July
1996 July
2294 Sale
157
157
153
July 15
2
Sale
3496 July
& 2996 27
2
29
July
6396

7694 Sale

147
Sale
103
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

11X

70
Sale

1
2
6

1596 July
1
696 July
6
39
July
42
July 22

Sale

68

July

2294 July
419? July

Sale
1496 15

46

4394

Sale

28

9? Mar. 11
Feb.
3
Jan.
9
Jan. 26
Jan.
7
Jan. 25
Jan. 22
Feb. 25
Feb. 18
Feb. 11
Feb. 11
Feb. 17
Feb. 18
Mar. 15
Jan. 26
2396 Apr. 12

22

May 14
June 21
June
1

8396 Jan. 2$
Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
June

3494 Jan.
80
83

June
Jan.

2096 June
59
Apr.
5794 Apr.
125

Mar.

9094 June
15296 Apr .
46

June

77

June
June
Jan.

28

115
98

Apr.

1

July
1296 July
1694 July
88
July

2

894 July

1

5694 July
1096 July

1
1

1
1

June
June
June ;
June !
Mar.
June

1396 July 24
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
I July
July
July
July
July
July

26
26
26
26
7
23
22
29
14
30
20
31
28
27
12
23
6
21
26
24
26
26
1
31
26
14
13
31
20
31
21

July 23
July 13
July
6
July 22
July 13
July 30
July
July
July
July
July
02
July
1196 July
7394 July

30
31
7

22

26
23
28
28
1596 July 28

Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.

June

994 July 22

May
May
May :
June 29
June

21

June!
June :
Jan.
Jan.

June!
June:

June !
June:
June;

June
June
June

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

June:
June
June

June
:

May
Apr.
June :

July

15994 June
7394 June
7496 May
12894 May
1196 June
1596 June
88
June
794 June

5496 June
696 Jan.
100
Jan,
4496 Jan,

4794 May
79
18

Apr.

105

May

Jan.

4
4

7

25
3

31
21
2
28

18
4
22
18
22
22
5
13
13
3
16
15
11
4
5
8
20
10
1
15
13
1$
12

.

H
■

73
26
56
143
25
187
99

9996
15096

2096
2996
107

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan'.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
Feb.
'•
Jan.

?

Jan,
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.

3

8?3

,

*

21
_

1_
13
25
8
28
4
26
3
"3

13
10

18
79
12
20
23
185
23
7996 Feb. 23
Mar. 10
Feb. 23
Jan. 16
Feb. 13

1UM

-

.

21
11
3
30
19
Mar. 11
Jan. 28
Jan. 29
Jan.
5

Apr, :

37
June
12496 June
2196 June

16

4
18
18
9
0

Jan.
Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
Mar.

Apr.
May

4896 May
1596 June

Mar.
Jang
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Feb.
Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
Mar.
Jan.
Mar.
Feb.
Feb.

June

Jan.

28
13
15
11
22

Apr. 20
July 28

Jan.

1696 July 26
July 26
27
July
7
94
July
9

9

ar.

Jan. 16
•32 May 27
21 % Mar. 6
85
Mar.
9

23
June
496 May

26

5896 July" 21 63"""July"28
2
5296 July
5894 July 20
8 85
July
July 27
65
8696 79
12 2494 July 31
21
Sale
July
2496
July 16
106
10996 10696 July 29 107
65
Sale

8496 Apr. 20

June

1
1494 July
1
2194 July
25
July 20
2
90
July
6
1
July
1396 July 24

50

28;^ Sale

419*,

Sale
Sale
Sale

23
22
14
27
26
17
23
23
31
2
12
12
8
7

15
74
57

29

MX
m

4294
Sale
22

61

696 July
July
*95
July
9596 July
3094 July
64
July
6794 July
135
July
110
July
157
July
July
83
July
3294 July
141
July
10896 July
40

2896 July
131
July
10196 July

1

7996 July 23
7194 July 19

2696 July 23

July

496

36H

9
2

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

f896

2Vh 3\

34
L02
81

"25m Sale" "17"" Jul"y"i *2096 JGiy"3i

Sale Prices
55
Mar, 8
69
Mar. 6

June 17 258
June 28 33

9& June 22

16,900 Anaconda Wire Ac Cable....

144,800 Anchor Cap Corp..,.......*
2,060
$6.58 conv preferred.....

36

Sale Prices
50
July 23

Jul

3394 July 26

*1794

Sale

237

3196 Sale

52,000 American Stores...........* f 25
54,500 American Sugar Refining. 100
541
8,300
Preferred
.100 137'
38,100 Amer Sumatra Tobacco.....*
23
305,200 Amer Telep Ac Teleg
100 185 j
73,300 American Tobacco ........25
95
211,700
Class B
.....25
97
15,000
6% preferred...........100 146
375,800 American Type Founders...*
763,900 Am Wat Wks 4k El....
•
5,200
$6 1st preferred..........*
282,600 American Woolen........_.*
190.100
Preferred
...100
1.388,90 Amer Zinc, Lead 8c Smelt
1
2,100
$6 preferred
........25

.
.

Sale

30

42)4 Sale

42,400 $5 prior conv pref....,..25
2,391,800 Anaconda Copper.
...5e

900

4594 July
6
57 * July
6
72
July
6
1696 July
1
2296 July 30
29
July
1
296 July
8
6996 July
2
294 July
1

f3

;

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

1494 Sale
4 H Sale

„

203,900

Sale

7134 Sale
294
294
9896
11 H 1194

Sale

4

.

,

2296

Sale

78

.,

40.100
3.000
6,700
1,800
2,700
27,500
7,200
19.800
2,600
29,500
125.000

Sale

2294

,

1,700
3,000

Lowest

Ask

4994 50
5494 6234
8294 Bale

....

200
300

July 31
Bid

>

500

40

...........

.

"""800

18,700

Adams Express

.....

10,566

July 1

Ask

Bid

^222

19,300 Adams MUlls
52,000 Addressograph Multtgraph 10
56,100 Advance Rumsdy..........
160,100 Air Reduction Inc..... ....*
156,100 Air-Way Blec Appll Corp....*
80 Alabama 8c Vicksburg Ry.100
226,300 Alasaa Juneau Gold Min.10
987,000 Allegheny Corp...........
136,300
Pref series A $30 wnrr'ta 100
23,000
Pref series A S40 warr'ts 100
14,600
Pref series A $30 ex-war .100
45,600
$2.50 prior conv pref....
191,600 Alleghany Steel...........
30 Allegh 8c West Ry 0% quar 100
6,100 Allen Industries Inc........1
1
83,500 Allied Chem 8c Dye
*
124,800 Allied Mills Co Inc.........*
261,200
Rights
815,300 Allied Stores Corp.........
21,500
5% preferred..........100
512,000 Allls Chalmers Mfg
*

87,200
11,400
2,000
2,500
3.200
8,600

Price
Jan. 2
1937

...

368,100

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN JULY

2

N. T. STOCK EXCHANGE

9,500 Abbott Laboratories.......*
560 Abraham * Straus
52,300 Acme Steel Co..
.......25

1,600
6,600
24,100
2,200
4,100
2,600
20,900
9,800

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SALES

AGGREGATE

N. Y. STOCK

PRICES IN JULY

STOCKS

Since

July
Sharer

OB

Jan. 2

Jan. 1

Shares

3,200

Bid

33

...—...KM1

119

5%
Sale
119%

130

610

4,100
169.900
2.400

2,590,900

17,100

38,500
4,100
210,200
576,200
64,200

200

97,000
576,200
4,700
2.600

73,100

Preferred
Armour

200

"""205
300

4,800
28,300

4,600
35,500
800

Corporation
Preferred...
...——100

6*700

800

101X 102%
45 %

Cine RR—100

25-

Atl G & W I 88 Lines

4%

982,400 Barnsdall Oil Co...
85,600 Bayuk Cigars Inc

190

170

43,800
6,800

110

1st

Sale

28%
7
36
6%

30
7U
38%
Sale

26 %

.00)2
41

.09 k

Sale

61)4
Sale
Sale

127

77,500 Brooklyn Union Gas
10,900 Brown Shoe, Inc
131,600 Brunswick-Balke-Coll.
268,100 Bucyrus-Erie Co
2,010
7% preferred.—.
701,000 Budd (E G) Mfg
7,720
Preferred 7%
414,500 Budd Wheel
181,200 Bulova Watch
70,500 Bullard Co
12,700 Burlington Mills Corp

56,300
1,920
16,200
19,100
6,200
12,700
38,700
9,800
1,000
510

15,710
271,100
124,300

5%

280,300
12,050
98,800
81,700
2,400
1,552,800
941,400
96,800
709,500

6,600
9.000

'■

400

47,800
39,200
10,600
57,900
310

Sale

1,200
630
30

41 k

44
Sale

*

Sale

*

Sale
49

*

48
Sale

16

Sale

111)4
Sale

103

»

Sale

•

Sale

»

Sale

39%
3%
15 %
20%
68 %
27%
43%
17%
16 %

Sale

32

V*
28
o

27%
Sale
Sale

conv

Sale

5
16

1,760

1,900

Sale
Sale

07%

a

Stamped

95,000

630

Sale

400

3,500
3,000
29,900

7,820
v 45,900
968,600

5% preferred......

2,800
1,800
1.300

Sale

Sale

15%
48%

Sale

120

Sale

99% Sale
103'

.

106

110
Sale

Sale

37)4 Sale
11

Sale

103 X 108)4

42

Sale

80)4
Sale

gee page

47
15
45

Sale

Central Agutrre Associates.*

Fx footnotes

24%
55%

Sale

100

31,420 Century Ribbon Mills......*
Preferred. .............100
310

Sale

Sale
39
111 k 108

Central Foundry Co....
..1
2,080 Central 111 Lt 4%% pref._100
45,400 Central RR of N J
.100
43,200 Central Violeta Sugar Co..19

-

350

Sale

Sale

........

480

Sale

115

Sale

Sale'

30
Sale

7
184

Sale

104

29%
16%
32%

96% Sale
31% Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

96

Sale

141%
125k

1
100

Sale

11% Sale

100
98
31

...5

.

7% Sale
20% 21
55% 68%

61)4

-3,780
7% preferred...........100
115,300 Caterpillar Tractor
•
1,800
5% preferred
100
1,301,200 Celaoese Corp of America.. •
10,740 ^ 7% preferred...........100
96,900 Ceiotex Co
•

1,600
60,300

28

24

'

17,800

48
18
18%
17% Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

45%

Sale

—.10

Case (J I) Co

31

Sale

10

29%
0k
97%

18

32
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

Zl*
:

30

101^
11*

Sale

105

1

23
1
1
1

1
2
6
1

1
1
2

8
1
1

1

31

&1
2
1

30
6

98

2

16% July

3% Sale
17%
19%
22% Sale
64% Sale

1|

m*
49

1

29

Sale

77%

032%
Sale
Sale

20

13%
10%
102

1

6

19% July
62% July
28
July
43% July
17% July
16% July
103

July

'

92

22

44

Jan.

Mar. 11

June 15

30

5% May 18

70

11% Jan. 29
9% Jan. 30
120
Feb.
5
L20
Feb.
5

June !

73% June J
20%
27%
38%
100%

Jan.

7% July
65
July
7% July
52% July
32
July
16% July
22% July
5
July

June !

16% July

45%
19%
18%

88%
9%
57%
38%
18%
28%
6%
21%

1
1

2

6
27
July
13% July J 1
1
29
July
1
5
July
1
18% July
65
July 28
1
26% July
1
35% July
1
50% July
1
3
July
1
13% July
2
24% July
1
24% July
55% July 26
11% July 23
46
July 15
6
14% July
8
47
July
94% July 28
96% July 31
31% July 31
2
6% July
1
161-^- July
1
112
" "
July
1
90
July
9
July
102!
2
July
36!
7
110
July
40% July 28
6
75
July
31
July 26
1
6% July
1
97% July
1
18% July
11 % July 20
8
9% July

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

8

Mar.

Jan.

Feb.

19

Feb.

July

14

June !

Feb.

8

]

July

23

18% June I
20% Apr. !
47% June

Feb.

11
5

Jan.

Jan.

Jan.

8

Jan.

17
108

Mar. 11

June !

73

Jan.
Feb.

18

Feb.

10
21

June

24

Jan.

June

16

22

June :

Mar. 10
Jan.
7

75

July

Jan.

27%

June :

Mar.

June !

June

22

Apr. :

16
3
10

37

June :

Feb.

85

Mar,!
Mar.

Jan.

41

Apr.

13

21

June !

Jan.

18

38

Apr. !

May 27

13
22

Mar. 23

8

Jan.

1

June

Jan.

Apr. :

Feb. 23

!

Feb.
Feb.

June

July

Jan.
Jan.

June !

31

June

7

1

21

June

11

29

Jan.

June

1

1

9
21

42

June

23

2 103

1

Jan.

35% Feb.
1
20% Jan. 16
L14
Feb.
2
28% Feb.
9

21% June !

ir
ii*

8

32

x51% May

33

1

43% Mar.

13% June !

101

11

Feb.

110% Feb.

111

17

16

45

May
May

23% June !

69% July 24

July

40% Mar. 17
47% Mar. 17

June I

26

12

52% Mar. 25
9% Jan. 12

June :

June !

30
31
22

18

June !

J

34

26

7

Mar. 13

29

37

17
13
23

23

7

Feb.

55% Mar. 17

May 21 116% Feb.
6
June 17
18% Mar. 6
May 14 52% Mar. 10
June 17
94
Mar. 11
Jan. 13
Apr. 26 133
June 14
18% Jan.
9
June 16
34% Feb.
2
9% Feb.
1
5% June 15

June :

29

18

June 18

22

14

Feb.

June 29

94% May

27% June 28

19

16
6

Mar.

57% Feb. 18

June 30 104

93

44% Jan. 26
17% June 11

27% June !

19
1

4

12

22

Jan.

June 18 106
June 29
88

69% Jan.

26

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

July

26

June

27

July
June

12

June !

8

11

11
13
23
13
14

12
2

14
7
11
3

Mar. 12
Jan. 11

June !

2

22

June

20

June

22

June

Jan.
Feb.

9

Apr.

Mar.

June :

Jan.

7
15
2
18

July

:
June !

July

14

Feb.

9

8

June

29

June

Jan. 29
Feb.
1

27
14
27

29% July 19
16% July 29
32% July 29
7% July 12
23% July 13
8
70
July
30% July 21
38% July 21

Feb.

1

June

Mar.

June

Mar.

2
3

24%
12%
28%
4%
17%

Jan.

65

July

25

Apr.

Feb.

June

Mar.
9
Jan. 21

35%

June

Mar. 12
Feb.
2

28

50

Mar.

July

28

13
6

Jan.

Feb.

25

12

Apr.

Jan.

12

19

24

June

Feb.

13

June

Mar. 19
Jan. 14
Mar. 16
Jan.
9

12
2

12% July
July
15% July
48
July
96 * July
99
July
34% July
7% July
184
July
122 '
July
99% July
105
July
39% July
111
July
43% July
78% July
33% July
8% July
102
July
21
July
14
July
10% July
48

6

9

24

8

31
7
13

9
31
14
30
22
31

20
6

15
9
9

25% June

2%

iH May
July
m June

40

:

Mar. 11

June :

m July

Jan.
Feb.
Jan.

94% July
90

June

30

/ June

6%
138
112
85

102%
26%
106%
36%
73%
30

6%

June

June

July

31

July

Jan.

22
1

June

Feb.

July

June 24

Jan.

; May 20

Jan.

June

9

Jan.

[ Mar.

8

May

i

June

; Jan.
i Jan.

28

Jan.

26

June

Jan.

'

20

184

June

27

11

June

8%

2

I Apr. 20

June

20

2
8
18

Jan.

96

6

103

■tfv:
U




30

5 101
1 125

June

4% July 26

"

••

28

19% July
25% July

f;
1

22

15

■mmi
...

30
7

42

11*

15)4

6

8

1

Sale

53

47%

28
9

Jan.

49% Mar. 24

8

15

1

37*

Sale

26
27
21
23
5

78

1

Sale

A..1

iiH

8
12

70% Mar. 13

2% July
16% Feb.
17% Jan.
95
Mar.
2 100
July
15% Apr. 28 24% Mar.

49

Sale

Sale

95

10

June 18

8% June 17

Sale

Sale

•

1% July

45

Sale

..25

18

11

42

*

Campbell W 6c C Foundry
Canada Dry Ging Ale.

Feb.

4 121% Feb.
8
June 30 111
Mar.
6
Jan.
4
13% Feb. 27
2
81% Jan.
99% Mar. 1
4 126
96
Feb.
Jan.
6
54% July 12

46% Sale

Sale"

1

10

46

18% July 14
46% July 31
51% July 19

18

5

Callahan Zinc-Lead

Calumet 6c Hecla Cons Cop .5

"sif

24%
44% Sale
9
9%
2%
2%

Sale

.......50

c

86
43

32

Sale

5% preferred

43"

25 H

Sale

Calif Packing Corp.

36% Sale

20

Sale

Byron Jackson Co.—...—*

19%

81

5% Sale

5% Sale

Sale

29

37% Sale
16%
17%

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

54

Sale
18

*

......

4,100 Carpenter Steel Co
173,100 Carriers & General Corp

6,300
12.300

65
Sale
Sale
Sale

Partic preferred........100

Sale

10% Sale
84% Sale
8% Sale

25% 27
13% Sale
29

88%
Sale

105

'23% Sale"

250 Car Clinch F 6c Ohio Ry_.100

570

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
17%
Sale
Sale
29
Sale
Sale
Sale

L03
107
7 k Sale

00%
7%
52%

Sale

25

1

600 Canada Southern Ry Co..100

900

10%
40%

42

114%

25
79

29% Sale
r2% Sale
38
Sale
88
88 k
42
Sale
23 % Sale
43% Sale
8k
10
1%
1%

Sale

100

P

82

3%

..100

1,023,700 Canadian Pacific
13,600 Cannon Mills
28,300 Capital Admin Co Ltd
33 preferred class A
2,590

86,400

75

Sale"

115

65

25

Sale

......10

ByersCo..

Sale

23

90
Sale

preferred——30
608,700 Butte Copper 6c Zinc
5

720

23%

1

24% July
13% July
111
July
22% July
103
July
41
July
112
July
11% July
87% July
18% July
20% July.
49% July
84% July
17% July
115
July
53
July
26
July
22% July
23
July
75
July
28% July
rl% July
38
July
86
July
42
July
23% July
43% July
9
July
1 % July

15%

Sale

ill*

Sale
Sale

99 X

»

111

40

Sale

18%
120

33

100

15%

8*

Sale

—*

(Bush Term BIdge—
Pref ctfs of deposit
Butler Brothers

38%
25

Sale
38%
112
112
13
Sale
90%
Sale
21%
Sale
59%
Sale
Sale
17 k
118

26

Sale

26

22% 24% 25%
100
103%
103

.16
53

Sale

Sale

25

112

Sale

36%
—

31

37

Sale

221,500 Burroughs Add Mach
*
135,000 (Bush Terminal Co
•
20,890
7% debenture.——106

12,600
8,100
64,900
11,900

11%
80%
18%
20%
49 k
84 k
17%

Sale

42% 43
106% 107

28% Sale
23%
24%

22k

..5

26,200
36 preferred——.
300,000 Bklyn-Manhattan Transit
36,400
36 preferred series A..

10

32

,11

153,600 Brooklyn 6c Queens Transit. *

6,200
16,200

28% Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

27,000 Briggs 6c Stratton
23,100 Bristol-Myers Co...

600

Sale

,

7% Sale

Sale
14% Sale

615,000 Bridgeport Brass Co.—.—
312,200 Briggs Manufacturing......

3,300
2,300
20,900
2,700
48,200
12,900
14,200

Sale

35

Sale

6% July
5% July
88% July
88
July
30
July
34% July
43
July
107
July
33% July
26% July
40% July
28% July
16% July
112% July
27% July
103% July
42
July
114% July
13
July
87% July
21% July
22% July
59% July
98% July
19
July
119% July
64
July
28% July
25% July
24% July
82
July
36% July
r2% July
43% July
88% July
45
July
25
July
46% July
11
July
2% July

Sale
6
Sale
Sale
87
90
8 0k

6%

Sale

24 %

*

52,300
40,400

Sale
Sale
85

33

.03
Sale

Beech-Nut Packing.......2i»

34,300
33,900
1,700
3,000

13%
12k
19% Sale
6%
6
34% 39%

41

7,590
Class B_.
.ittj
373,400 Borden Co (The)
15
181,800 Borg-Warner Corp.—
5
78,100 Boston 6c Maine.
.....100
33,100 (Botany Cons Mills A—50

730

11%
Sale
Sale
34 k
Sale

26 k
30

890 Blumenthal 6c Co pref
100
650,100 Boeing Airplane Co....—5
243,700
Rights
80,800 Bohn Alum 6c Brass Corp...5
5.130 Bon Ami class A......*....,*

180

Sale

10%
15%
5k

5
4)4

1

126,500
14,200
6,800

110

69 k
19

78 k
79

*

1,280 Bloomlngdale Bros.

18%

Sale

32,200
7% preferred
.......100
22,700 Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Inc *
70,700 Black & Decker Mfg Co
*
358,100 Blaw-Knox
.....—*

330
50

16

15%

107,300 Beldl n g-Hemingway
*
1,100 Beig Nat Rys part pref
365,700 Bendix Aviation Corp
5
110,200 Beneficial Indus Loan Corp.*
30,000 Best 6c Co
1,489,200 Bethlehem Steel Corp (Del).*
68,300
5% preferred....
.....20

100

33,800
8,600
2,700
156,600
6,700
3,300
2,700
4,700
17,600

19

Sale

51

50)2'Sale

580 Beech Creek RR Co.—...50

8,700

1,400
5,900

98% Sale

Sale

July

12

10% Feb.

1

88

112
15% Sale
50 k Sale
77
74 k
118H 122

130

21
28
23
9
9
13
23
19
14
28
21
22
26
21
21
7

92

53

37% Jan.

8

112

24% 25
29 % Sale

16 X

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

June 22
Jan.

July
May

86%

Sale

76

14
8

'52% Jufy"i9

Sale

09

5

w

81

22)4
24
28% Sale

preferred...........10S
..25
w

90

43

Beatrice Creamery....

35 preferred

V

Sale

Sale

73

Atlas Powder.

July
July

4% July
4% July
78% July
79
July
25% July
29% July
40% July
103
July
28% July
24% July
35% July

87

Sale

112

pref series A... 100

19
15
14
7
17
14
14
7
6
26
28
9
23
28
: 6

108
52
95

53)4

40%

.-25

Refining..

conv

18% Sale
84
100

87
112

77)4 Sale
93
97 k
50
16

105

31)2

__100

5% preferred
Atlantic

Sale
26)4

Sale

95

100

85

Sale

11

Sale

92

70

——

600

.

00

623,600 (Baldwin Locomotive Works *
350,700
Assented.—
26,700
Preferred i—...........ltd
22,600
Preferred assented.....
1,695,100 Baltimore 6c Ohio
10U
199,100
4% preferred
.....100
14,100 Bangor 6c Aroostook—....50
4,510
5% conv preferred
100
372,600 Barber Co Inc..——,.—10
r
58,100 Barker Bros-.:
—i.——
9,140
5%% preferred
50

7,900

'

120

MH

14

Ilk

16)4 Sale

48

.......

53.300
6,400

•

83

109

1,650
5% preferred.....
100
28,500 AtlasTack Corp.—.——*
146,700 Auburn Automobile
61,700 Austin, Nichols 8c Co ......*
5,660
$5 prior A.—.—...—...*
744,200 Aviation Corp (Del) The
3

170

/

98

Sale
100

...

34,700

830

100

95 >2

....100

5% preferred
Atlan Coast

10

21X

iOt'

lopflcSFe

11%

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

"

Sale

95

5% pref with warrants.. 100
5% preferred ex-warr—100
Atchison

23,700

200

220

15!

Sale
Sale

361,000 Atlas Corp
38,700
6% preferred——————50
|'

2,200
12,400
5,400

20,400
2,800

15!

Artloom

37,000
322,200
14,400
;;
15.200
478,400

,

Corp..—5

Highest
Sale Prices

76% July
97% July
49% July
19
July
22% July
28% July
109
July
15% July
50% July
69% July
119
July
11% July
15% July
5% July
34% July
6
July

Sale

Sale

103

Rights

50

45,900
25,500
1,500
1,000
91,700
8,500
1,000

61

Arnold Constable

582,100

17,700
4,800
3,500

Cork Co........*

Armstrong

2,930

43",800

Sale

Sale

126

Lowest
Sale Prices

July
24%
7% July
7%
39% July
43%
120
119% July
107% July
109%
11% July
12%
87 % July
91%
102
July
8 103
54!
July 12 63
1;
July 10
2%
12
July
2
14%
10
July
1
11%
.00
July 23 100
19
10% July
1
87
July:
6 87

120
Sale

" 134)4

7% preferred...........100

Highest
Sale Prices

20

23

A*

Sale

......5
preferred.

Lowest

Sale

Sale

100

(Del) 7% pref

$6 convertible

194,100 Associated Dry Goods..—
5,700
6% 1st preferred.......100
380
7% 2d proferred
100
6,900 Associated Investment Co..*

30,500

Ask

Armour of Illinois....

220

100

■

Sale Prices

Ask

Sale

5%
42%

M

July 31

July 1

_1937
Par

19,000 Andes Copper Mining Co—20
34,200 A P W Paper Co........
~
36,700 Archer Daniels Mid......—.

800
500

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Price

». T. STOCK EXCHAN

In

EXCHANGE—STOCKS

June

May

7
12

! Jan. 15
Jan. 11
[ Mar. 3
Jan. 14
,

Aug., 1937]
aggregate

N. Y. STOCK

sales

In

July

Jan. 1

Shares

PRICES IN JULY

.w" Price

Since

Shares

?

25,400
16,700
2,230

%

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE
•<t

'(f £

•

,

j. i !•

>,-i.

'2,380
6% preferred...........10 )
120,500
Common
7,700 Checker Cab
—5

4,400
1,000

Bid

1

Chesapeake 8c Ohio.......29
Pref series A...........100
JChic A Kant III RR
i«w
4% preferred
100
^Chicago Great Western.100
4% preferred
100

Sale
Sale

18,700

280

'

.

940
13,500

6,300

40

900

46,700
1,200
9,200
470

«~5",666
1,310
640
10

2,300
4,800
400

180,860
\

2.800
230

r

22,800
600
f

35,000
800

•

74,300
234,000
10,500
1,300
13,000

14

100

„

25,000
3,500

11,700
19,500
66,000
5,800
1,520
20,600
900

19,200
26,800
6,300
13,000
2,600
8,300

26,500
900

1,700
48,500
2,200

11,800
r

£800
7,300
2,250
15,100
1,320
2,200
15,200

3,300
134,500
53,600

155
3,400
6,300
3,000
780

24,400
::

.

7,500
10,200
13,300
29,800
2,600
"

274

3154
Sale

5

Sale

tChlc Rock Isl A Pac

4% preferred
Chicago Yellow Cab

2

474

2454

Sale
Sale

45

14

26

21*4
1374

51
Sale
Sale
Sale

*

Chile Copper....25
Chrysler Corporation
-.5

City Ice A Fuel....

.....•

115
19
86

CCCAStLRyCo5% pf.100
CleveElec 111 14.50

ser

1674
1074
5274
9874
1774
8074

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

50

"1674 Sale"
34 74

100

Rights

7674 July 23
15
July 13
6674 July
8

Colgate-Palmollve-Peet Co..*

6% preferred
Collins.A Alternant

100
*

...»....

5% preferred
Colonial Beacon OP

104

4074

Sale

36
82

47

*

Colorado Fuel A Iron Corp..*
Colorado A

126"" 127""

15774
57

1974
10274
4974
10874

5874 Sale

16" "2974
25
21

4% 2d preferred........100

30

3274
1574

Sale

46

2074

100

4% 1st preferred
Columbian Carbon

124*"

56
57
2074 Sale
10354 10474

100

Southern

21

16

Sale

1574

27

119

*

11974 121
Columbia Pictures Corp vt c *
3574 Sale
12.75 conv pref
42
_.*
4274
Columbia G A El common
*
1874 Sale
6% pref series A........100 10574 10674
5%

v t

preferred..

c

2974
4174
11
82

11174 120
7674 Sale

7574
5974
10074
6474

117

106

.....100

92

98

68

Sale

66,300
204,700
6,100
1,790
18,000
44,300
1,250
2,890
w

Conde-Nost Publlc'ns

Congoleum-Nalrn Inc
Congress Cigar..

Conn Ry A Ltg 4*4 % pref.100
Consol Aircraft Corp
1
uionnolidated Cigar.....

73.400
858,200
51,000
89,900
1.766,900
2,600
44,600
583,300
244,500
46,480
745,200
248,100
785,200
11,600
.

•

7% preferred

100

6}^% prior pref
100
674 % prior pref ex-warr.lOO

270

78,800

*

Consol Film Industrv.

1

$2 partic preferred.......*
Consol Edison Co of N Y Vnc *

$5 preferred..............*
Consol Laundries Corp....

o

Consolidated Oil Corp
$5 preferred

*
*

Consol RR of Cuba 6% pf_100
t'ionsoHdated Textile.
*
Consolidation Coal Co vtc.25
5% preferred v t c
100
Container Corp of Amerlca.20
..

Continental Bak cl A

•

Class

8%

preferred...........100

356,500 Continental Can..........20

1774
1674

Cuban American

Sugar

..10

Preferred...
22,200 Cudahy Packing

198,302
39,000
1,834,000
691,500

2,270

.1.100

Curtis

100

50

Publishing Co (The)*

Preferred

•

Curtiss Wright Corp...
Class A

1
1

...

?ushmans Sons 7% pref..100
$8 preferred
...*

23,200 Cutler-Hammer, Inc........*
29,300 Uavega Stores Corp
;._S
Conv 5% preferred
24,100
25
3,800 Dayton Pr A Lt 4)4 % pref 100
213,100 Deere A Co......
Preferred
41,600
20
51,300 3 lesel-Wemmer-GllbertCor pi 0

369,800 Delaware A Hudson
100
50
579,100 Jel Lack A Western
51,900 ^Denver RIoGr A Wes pref 100
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274
4874
1374

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20

12

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1974

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1074

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7874

79

84

9074 Sale
8074 110

8574
85

274

574 Sale
17
Sale
4474 Sale
10674 10874
974
974
1674 Sale
10474 106
10
1074

1074
3374
103

974
1574

1047?
474

74 Sale
974 Sale
3674 Sale
2074 Sale
2974 Sale
374 Sale
98
102
6774
2074
4074
274
4474
2674

98.700 Continental Diamond Fibre 5
147,600 Continental Insurance..2.50
512,800 Continental Motors
___..l
555,500 Continental Oil of Del
5
101,400 Continental Steel Corp
*
22,010 Corn Exch Bank Trust Co..20
64
183,300 Corn Prod Refining
25
6874
7,000
Preferred...
100 170
521,300 Cpty, Inc .........
.....*
674
214,300 Crane: CO-................25
4974
38,932
\7% preferred
100 119
5 % conv preferred
52,800
100
32,200 Cream of Wheat ctfs.......* "3574
74,200 Crosley Radio
2674
222,800 Crown Cork A Seal
•
76
t
7,800
$2.25 conv pref w w
_..*
5474
14,400
Preferred ex-warrants
*
47
1,153,900 Crown Zellerbach Corp
5
1774
25,600
$5 conv pref
*
215,600 Crucible Steel of Amer
100 "5§""
Preferred
8,500
160
11874
89,000 Cuba Co (The)
*
274
vr
9,280 Cuba RR 6% preferred... 100
16

267,000
10,580

120

1874 Sale
374 Sale
6974
7074
1374
1474
37

974
38

2874
2074
274
84

26

64

Sale

Sale

6174

Sale

5274
1874
3674
274

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

44

Sale

2674

157

Sale
Sale
125

7

Sale
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2074 Sale
7274 Sale
4274 4874
38
3974

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9674

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62

114

Sale

9774
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174 Sale
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1374

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4074 Sale
116% Sale
102

123
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£874 Sale
115

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z37T4 Sale
10
77

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574 Sale
1774 Sale
6974 74

Sale

52

Sale

75

Sale

16874 Sale"

100

10574
2974
2874

12974 Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

1274
1974

27

Sale

1474
2074
Sale

Sale

1874 Sale
36

1774 Sale
8

108

112

4674 Sale
8674 88

•8

4874
4974
8274 Sale
1674
1774

43

874 Sale
45
Sale

1

July
7
July
2474 July
174 July
354 July

1
9
2
2
1

874
274
1274
8

2774
2

474
4

10
July
2374 July
3974 July
2

July
5
July
4
July
14
July
1674 July
10
July
55
July
9474 July
1774 July
80
July
72
July
674 July
38
July

2 1274
1 27
6 41
2 74
2
2
674
6
1
16 1674
1 19
1 1174
6 5974
1 11674
31 I874
2 84
16 74
6
874
6 45

104
39

July

;

88

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3974 Sale
1874 Sale
10674 10674
674 Sale
1974 Sale
80

69

July

8074
5774
9874
2 >4

27
20
20
9
8
21
8
7
13
8
28
13
1

6
10

7
12
13
9
8
7
9
14
22
8
31
19
21
15
28
31

1 108
July 17
9 47
July 31
28 88
July 28
28 5074 July 23
2974 July 15
21 130
July
8
174 July 12
1
159" Sale" 15674 July
Sale
1 16274 July 20
5874 5774 5874 5774 July 23 5874 July 12
Sale
18
1874 Sale
July 29 20
July
6
10274 10274 103
10274 July
7 103
July 29
Sale
49 74 July
5474 Sale
57
1
July 22
110
112
109
10774 July 10 110
July 28
42
31
39
Sale
3674 37
3274 July
1 "39"""July"l6
Sale
1674 Sale
1574 July
1
1774 July 24
19
Sale
2074
19
1774 July 21
July 12
17
17
21
1774 22
July 21
July 21
Sale
120
12274 119
July
1 12374 July 12
Sale
2974 Sale
2874 July 16 3174 July
7
4274 40
4274 42
July 26 43
July
6
Sale
11
1474 Sale
July
1
1574 July 26
Sale
91
9274 82
July
1 91
July 28
Sale
75
8174 90
July
8 80
July 23
62
Sale
Sale
59
July
1 6374 July 19
103
105
10474 10474 July 12 106
July 20
Sale
6674 Sale
6374 July
2 6774 July 19
119
105
10574 107
July 27 107
July 19
Sale
1474 Sale
1374 July
2
1574 July 28
3
Sale
Sale
274 July
1
374 July 24
56
Sale
48 A July
Sale
1
5974 July 26
14
1374 Sale
1374 July 12 14
July 22
3674 3874 Sale
3674 July
2 39
July 29
13
14
16
1274 July
15
9
July 30
14
1574
1374 July 10 14
July
9
23
Sale
Sale
26
2174 July
2
July
7
12
1274 1174 July 30 1274 July 14
1174
8274
7974 79
July 15 80
July
9
85
Sale
8574 86
July 15 86
July
6
90
85
90
86
July 22 86
July 22
Sale
374
274 July
6
374 July 10
374
Sale
10 74 July
1374 Sale
1 14
July
9
33 74 July
Sale
3874 Sale
1 41
July 24
Sale
10374 10374 10274 July 15 10374 July
7
9
Sale
Sale
874 July 31
1074 July
7
Sale
1574 Sale
1574 July
1
1674 July 12
July 22 105
w.._. 10474 10874 105
July 22
Sale
474 July
1
774 July 23
74 July 14
7? July 2
8 J4 July 26
9
Sale
Sale
1074 July
7
Sale
38
Sale
37
July 27 4274 July 14
28 74 July
Sale
3074 Sale
1
3274 July 16
Sale
2374 .2374 2074 July
1 2774 July
9
Sale
374 Sale
274 July
1
374 July
8
Sale
84
9074 92
July
1
9374 July
9

Sale 1
2074
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

1374 Sale
126

5

27?
10

61

20

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

July
July
50
Sale
50
4974
July
25
Sale
2874 Sale
25
July
130
13174 12674 12974 12574 July
% Sale
f % July

—-

12274

Sale
Sale
88

85

100
*

It 288
18 f'

July
2
1574 July
1
July
2
51
July 31
94
July
1
274 July
8
774 July
1
69

109

10074,— - 10074

97

111H——

-

Coca-Cola Co (The)........*
Class

Sale

174
2
474 Sale
374 Sale
1174 Sale

474

774 Sale
3874

37

Sale

.

25

July 13

56

;

7
774
274 Sale
1074 1174
774
974

Sale
1574 16
Sale
1774 Sale
Sale
1174 Sale
57
65
55
Sale
11674 Sale
1774 1774 Sale
84
Sale
Sale

73

63

duett, Peabody A Co
Preferred

Sale

4

Sale

*

.;

274
5

72

5174 Sale
9474
9874
274
274

:*

Sale
3 74 Sale
974
1074
2474 Sale
39
3974

6% Sale
6 74

Sale

2

Sale
1154

Chlckasha Cotton Oil.....10
ChildaCo

3
Sale
Sale
Sale
774
2474

71

374

Sale

100
100

;

69
Sale
Sale

"*274 Sale"

.100

7% proffer red

374
1174
24

241,200 Commercial Credit
...10
11,400
% conv preferred
100
184,800 Comm'l Investment Trust..*
12,000
$4.25 con
pref ser of '35..*
919,300 Commercial Solvents..
.*
2,214,400 Commonwealth A Southern *
84,400
$6 preferred
„._*

10

7,400
22,300
6,300
1,360
72,900
14,800
29,000
1,100

31

4%

67,500
1,080
257,100
67,800
5,400
568,600
11,400
144,000
4,500
1,310
88,000
10,150
7,510
V<
1,910
31,700
93,800
10,400
1,733,500
21,600
1,780

70
180

132,600

9.

5% preferred...
..100
tChlcago A North West.. 100
•Preferred..............100
Chicago Pneum Tool
S3 conv preferred......—*

n

18,000
1,900

4,800
7,100
97,100
10,800
5,800

Lowest

107

Sale

274
774
274
10
674
2474

4 Sale

Sale

94

>

5
tcmc Mil St Paul A Pacific. •

290 Cleve & Pitts RR Co
7% gtd 50
290
Special guar

%

300
20

.

57
62
52

50
8674

Sale
Sale

774
2 54

7%

Chicago Mall Order Co

pref-.*
81,000 Cleve Graphite Bronze (The) 1

'

3,500

Highest

6474 July
1
13
July
1
5274 July 27

Sale

Sale

10874 109
5774 59

,1574

w*

220

13,400

142,400

Sale

14

55

10774 Sale

6671 Sale

tCntc Indianap ft Louis pflOO

674% preferred.........100
City Investing Co...
100
120,700 City Stores...
..........5
99,000 Hark Euuipment

100

50

range since jan. 1

Lowest

Ask

74

6474 Sale
1374 Sale
53
Sale

Sale

17 h

<

56,600

Ask

71

71^

3774
8554

71,250 ChesipeakeGoro..

<

56,400 m 535,250
i 11,400
1,500
100
40,400
1,300
113,500
%
4,000
129,800
-5,400
200,500
%
100 ■7
2,620
9,800
37,200
'•')
4,500
174,400
19,800
440,900
27,400
352,500
4,200
75,000
17,200
169,100
4,300 !
6,900
4,600
176,200
4,700
101,100
4.800
95,700
6,700
20,400
5,500
44,500
8,700
182,800
60
2,270
242,400
1,856,800
8,800
98,900
1,180
10,850

120

"

July 31

Ask Bid

Bid

109x 11074

.....

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Highest

Sale Prices

60
May 13
1174 June 18
4874 June 19

8674 Mar. 10
2374 Feb. 10
82

Feb.

10

Champion Paper A Fibre Co

270

16,300

;

July 1

1937

Par

33

Jan. 2

> -

357,900 Cerro de Pasco Gopp
*
509,300 Certain-Teed Prod—....—1
29,960
6% prior oreferred..-..100

'

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EXCHANGE-STOCKS

Sale

1574 Sale
474 Sale

«8

5674 Sale
1974 1974
39

Sale

5274
1874
3674
274

July

59
1
July
1
2074
July
1
3974
July
2
274
49
July
1
July
2 3174
July 30 6474
July 24 6574
July 10 158
8
July
1
July
1
5174
July
1 116%
July
1 11474
July
1
3174
July 31 2274
85
July
1
July
9 47
July
7 4074
July 16 1974
July 28 9974
July
1
7374
July 9 12974
July
1
174
July
2
1274
July
1
974
July 21 115
July
1
3874
July
1
1174
July 29 80
July
1
674
July
1 207?

Sale
44
Sale
Sale
2674
6274
Sale
6074
Sale
157
15974 156
674
774 Sale
5074
4074 Sale
11634 11674 116%
all2T4 Sale 10174
30
31
2874
19
1974 Sale
8374 Sale
7274
4674 4774 44
40
4074 39
19
Sale
1774
9474
9574 Sale
62
71
Sale
120 j j
125
128
174
174'
154
8h
1074
1274
874
974 Sale
111
113
10974
3874 3974 z3774
1074 Sale
974
7474
7674 7474
574
674 Sale
2074 Sale
177?
6974
74
"4774 July *26 54
4774
50
73
75
7474 July 26 7774
1574
1574
1374 July
7
1674
1974 20
1974 July 26 2074
July
1 103
10274 10274 100
1 14374
13974 Sale 12974 July
2674 July
2
29
2774 Sale
1
2074
2074 1874 July
2274
3574 July
2
3674 Sale
4074
15
July
1
1574 Sale
1774
6
474 July
1
574 no
274
4874
2974
6274
6574

.

107

July 13 111
3574 Jan.
4 6374
1474 June 16 48
67
June 28
9074
5074 June 29 6874
91
Apr.
7 100
274 June 26
474
674 June 17 1374
>

2

17

3

June 28

974 June 26
Apr. 28

21

35
2

June

14

June 25

474 June 29
374 June 28
14

June 18

1574 May
1
9*4 June 17
4674 Jan. 22
94

4

Feb. 13
Mar. 6
Mar. 3
Mar. 11
Mar. 16
Mar. 17
Mar.

8

1874 Mar. 6
1274 May 19
32

Jan.

33

20
Mar. 18
Mar. 17
Mar. 4
Feb. 17
Feb.
9

41

June 24

374
1074
874
2774
2274
1574

Mar.
Feb.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Mar.

374
774
674
1974

80

17
19

8
14
29

3
Mar. 11

June 30 13574 Feb.

11

1774 June 28

2174 Feb. 18

80

92

June 25

Feb.

18

60

Feb. 16 74
July 15
674 June 21
1074 Mar. 1
3274 Apr. 27 45
July 31
98
May 21 10374 Apr.
5

10274 June 21 113
35

Jan.

Jan,

5
47
July
Apr. 23 90
Jan.
4774 Mar. 30 5074 Feb.
2374 June 28 2974 July
12574 July 21 13274 June
% June 28
174 July
122 *4 Jan.
6 17074 Apr.
5674 June 29 59
June
1774 June 17 2574 Mar.
102
June
1 10474 Jan.
4774 June 14 6274 Feb.
10774 July 10 11254 Mar.
26
Jan.
8 45
Apr.
31
June 17
5174 Feb.
15
June 28 2774 Mar.
1574 June 17 30
Jan.
1474 June 28 29
Jan.
111
May 18 12554 Apr.
2874 June 17 3974 Jan.
3874 May 18 4674 Jan.
10
June 14
2074 Jan.

86

-

80

June 28 108

75

July
5674 Apr.

8 101
8 6974
100
Mar. 15 114
6374 July
2 8074
10374 May 19 120
13
June 22
2174
2
May 19
474
46
June 23
7574
1374 July 12 1974
34
June 28 4574
1274 June 29 1974
12

June 21

2174 July
974 June
79
July
8374 Apr.
86
July
274 June
10

2
14
15
9
22
18

June 29

3174 June 14

22
26

9

19
6
13
9
12
10
5
14
25

1
20
20
K

Jan.

8

Jan.

14

8

Jan.

12

Jan.

26

Jan.

25

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Jan.

21
13
13
11
23

Jan.

14

11

Mar. 2
Mar. 11
Mar.
5
554 Jan. 20
1854 Jan.
9
4974 Jan. 23
87

95

92

Jan.

July
May
Apr.
June
74 May
874 Jan.

31
1374 Feb.
14 1774 Apr.
9 10574 Jan.
30 1054 Jan.
13
154 Feb.
26 1374 Apr.
33
Feb. 24 5254 Apr.
2074 Jan.
4 3754 Apr.
1874 June 17 3754 Jan.
274 June 17
574 Jan.
z81
June 18 10954 Feb.

71

14

26
15
3
12
2

Jan.

874
1474
10474
474

50
20
10
1874
12
3574
2
12
19
3974
14 x25
7
6274
31
5474
6 153
6
22
40
July 23
July 27 11374
July 27 10074
2874
July 21
July 12
1874
68
July 20
July 21
4174
39
July 21
July
7
1674
July
6
9474
51
July 20
July 23 115
July 13
174
874
July 23
July 27
774
July
1 10974
July 13
3774
July
7
874
71
July
7
5
July 12
1674
July 16

7
31

July, 7
1874 Jan. 15

9974 June 15 108

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

July"

June

874 June 26
July
9
2474 July
2
174 June 26
374 June 17
7

Feb.
4
June 10

12

26

5
23
4

27

6
6
13
14
15
17

June

17

6974 Jan*

9

June
May
May
May

28
13
13
14

2554 Jan.
4254 Jan.

23

June

14

35 54 Mar.

374 Feb. 11
49

July 30 77
May 13 7174
Apr. 14 17174
Jan.
4
1074
June 29

July
Feb.

19
8
13
15

Jan.
Jan. 14
Mar. 16
5674 Feb.
3

May
3 121
June 17 11474
June 29 37
June 15 2854
June 29

23

Jan.

28

July

27

Jan.

16

Jan.

15
3
8

10074 Feb.

June 29

5674 Jan.

June 29

4774 Jan. 28

June 28 2574 Apr. 13
July 28 10854 Apr. 15
Jan.
4
8154 Mar. 3
May 20 135
Mar. 10
3
May 28
Jan. 11
July
2
1754 Jan.
4
June 15 145? Jan. 12
July 21 127
Jan. 11
May 21 43
Mar.
1
June 17 2054 Feb. 11
June 15 10974 Jan.
6
June 17
854 Mar. 4
May 13 2354 Mar. 6
June 28

86

Jan.

14

4774 July 26 62
6
Feb. 27
July 16
7374 May 21 9074 Mar. 10
July 19 x1274 June 17 1874 Jan. 16
19
July 19
Feb.
Apr. 29 24
5
9974 June 28 109
Jan.
July
9
5
5 14374 July 23
July 23 10474 Jan.
25*4 June 24 3154 Mar. 5
July 13
Jan.
5
July 19
1774 June 24 29
33
June 28 5854 Mar. 17
July
7
July
7
1374 June 28 2474 Mar. 8
4
June 16
July - 8
1074 Feb. 18

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Since

July

STOCKS

Price

EXCHANGE

N. Y. STOCK

Jan. 2

Jan. 1
Par

2,800

Ask
147
Sale

"Y.OOO
7,600
2,000
4,600
21,800

;

600
900
610

4,600
17,800
3,000
67,000
6,400
I,400
3,000

;

400

200

,

200

130

31,200
2,800
670

11,600
12,300

290

14,800
10,600
19,500
23,700
10,900
219,900
12,300
7,300
6,100
1,200
4,500
18,300
400
90

2.900
900
•

1,100
13,900
16,600
6,900
1,800
30

6,200
8,900
3,600
2,100
2,340
11,600

"5,466
2,600
100

400

21:366
4,000
15,300
9,000
2,500
10.600

20", 100
1,300
13,200
32,600
1,800
600

9,900
II,000
5,290
12,200
100

5,100
110

42,300
160

1,010
640

1,435,600
87,500
49,400
54,700
84,700
131,400
179,300
12,400
1,740
31,500
8,000
6,000
r
1,100
95,400

Elec Power Ac

35

$6 preferred

155,900
57,200
70
53,400
159,800
63,700
49,920
20,430
83,200
2,000
93,400
95,800
I,830
12,100
6,700

247,600
145,500

6%

El Paso Natural

89

Endlcott-Johnson
Engineers Pub
*5.50

375$

4% 1st

100

RR Co..50
Eureka Vacuum Clean......5
Evans Products Co
5
Exchange Buffet Corp. .....*
Fairbanks Co.............25

'5

95$

....100

23
)9

Sale

122

Sale

44

54
O

...100

)0

Rico.20
Traction..15
$6 preferred......
...—*
Federal Mining Ac Smelt.. 100
Preferred...
......100
Federal Motor Truck. ......*
Federal Screw Works—....♦
Federal Water Service A
♦
Federated Departm't Stores.*

>0

—

84.900 Gen

40

690

600

Amer

5

38 1st preferred..........*

5
General Cable.............*

General Bronse.....
Class

A

*

...

Preferred 7%

100

General Cigar Inc
.....*
Preferred (7)...........100

♦
1,593,600 General Electric
247,750 General Foods
569,700 General Gas & Electric cl A.*
36 conv preferred A
1.890
*

3,691,500
45,600

Sale

10
F0

5

.100
..10

General Motors Corp

12% Sale
39

Sale

10% Sale

•45$

Sale

Sale
80
Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

56

57

114

Sale

Sale

59

62}$
70

;

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79

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175$

21%
53

50%

88%

■

92%

128

142

101

654

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92

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101% Sale
40

Sale

Sale
Sale
150
Sale
Sale
Sale

123}$
Sale
154
Sale
Sale
Sale
59

62%
119
Sale

108"
Sale

Sale

118 %
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

41%
Sale

86H
Sale

88}$

Sale'

48

51

3454

37

36

A*

Sale

Sale

48

39

Sale

96

100

59

95$
Sale

275$ Sale
109

52%

50

1125$

Sale

625$

854
235$
3%

354
26

5954

jS}y

July
July

2
1

6
July
2
July
July 24

34}$ July

21

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23

4954 July

6

5

109

48

45

July

2

25

27

Sale

25

July

2

5

Sale

5
12%
36 %
245$
9954
115$
10%

July

6

2554
101

102
Sale

11%
10% Sale
99% Sale

Sale

1154 Sale
135

IS

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44

48

110

115

35

Sale

130

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Sale

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52% Sale
6154 Sale
120% Sale
50

Sale
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10Ih

165$
10854
Sale

45% Sale
104%
Sale

325$
Sale

Sale
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815$

Sale
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i Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

117

1105$

52%

8
10
13
15
28
12
26
9

325$ June 28

44% Jan.

7

2

June 15

8

7
: 7
28

365$
25%
9954
1354
135$

16
19
18
18

Feb.

11

1055$ June 10 1155$ Jan.
8
June 15
1754 Jan.

19

29

13

60

59
60

July

May 19
July 31
Mar. 18

a

81^
86

95

16
Jan. 30
Feb. 19
Feb. 10
Jan.

15

23

Mar. 17

35

Mar. 17

28
80

Mar. 17

Jan.

145$ Jan.

3454

14
21
3

Mar.

254 June 30

654 Jan. 21
Jan. 28
June 23
2
Jan. 28
28
2054 Apr.
495$ May 18 71}$ Jan. 15
150
Mar. 31 21054 Jan. 14
Jan. 11
45}$ June 14 70
165$ June 28 tfiW Jan. 18
Jan.
4
885$ May 25 103
Mar. 11
665$ Jan. 27 150
3

9 129
9454 Apr.
654 June 24

55$ Jan.
3
June
31}$ July
92% July
36
May
39}$ Apr.
31
June
1015$ June
395$ June

3354 July
7
1035$ July 23
42}$ July
7
3254 July 31
2654
51
46
July
9
355$ July 14
3354
65$ July 14
45$
53 54 July 27
47}$
119
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4554 July 22
37%
110
July 28 100
11
July 27
7%
55
635$ July 14
30% July 26
24}4
1125$ July 26 105%
45
485$ July
7
25
3354 July 13

5% July 16
155$ July 19

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

215$ Apr. 28
54

8
45$ June 28
7
135$ June 29
20
195$ June 29
20
1454 June 28
26 x755$ May 27
14
7 54 June 17
20
18
June 29
12

Jan.

87

2

June

4

Feb.

Feb.
Jan.

14
1

Apr.

435

6 108

Mar.

2
19
25
14
4

Mar.

12

45

Jan.

9
18

19

39

Feb.

19

41
17
30 107
21
52

June 30

46

Mar. 11

Feb.

9
1

Mar.

Feb.

5
5

12

58

Feb.

8
May
Mar. 17
25
Jan.

39

Mar.

Feb.

9
1

58

Apr.
Apr.

3
5

Jan.

14

Jan.
Jan.

12
9

Jan.

13

Apr.

June 21 128
June 17 54% Feb.

June 23 135
June 16 185$
9
83
June
May 14 3254
22 117
June
June 14 73
2
48}$
July

3

Mar. 25
Jan.
4
Jan.

8

7% Mar. 3
June 14
155$ July 19
July 19 :r3954 June 21

June 14

July 14
36 %
July 19 3854 July 19
22
Apr. 26 33
July 20 2554 July 13
95
May 13 10654
July
2
July 26 101
19%
14
11
June 17
2
July 22
July
1
135$ July 28
10% May 13 15%
July
99
July 28 10554
99
July 28 1005$ July 22
101
1
62% June 30 865$
7054 July 19
Sale
63
July
19}$
1
1054 June 23
135$ July
8
1154 July
12%
July 16 153
16 137
July 21 134
134
136
July
9
2
July
6
75$ June 29 14
8%
754 July
27
20
June 14
1
July 24
26% 2254 July
June 17
Sale
50
July 20 5454 July 26
2 118}$ July 23
Apr. 28
114
July
121
June 30
40
31
July 12
Sale
34% July
July 26 152
July
6
128
July 26 130
128
59
2
July 24
495$ June 14 64
Sale
52% July
1
36
May 13 44
38% July 24
Sale
3654 July
3
2
2}$ July 26
1% May 19
Sale
154 July
8 64
48
June
July 28 525$ July
55% 50
63
60
Mar. 22 65}
1
July
Sale
6154 July
1 124
117
May
6 120}$ July
Sale
119
July
2
48% June 14 70
5754 July 21
Sale
48% July
1 122
July
1 118
July 17 113
July
11854 113
1
42% May 21 60
5454 July 16
4354 July
52
1
8% May 17 15
115$ July 16
Sale
95$ July
17
15% Apr. 28 19
July 31
Sale
15% July 21
.06
June 21 110
10854 10854 July 17 10854 July M7
5
1
3% July 26
354 June 23
35$ July
3%
41% May 13 65
7
Sale
4354 July 30 4854 July
June 28 117
6 1045$ July
6 .04
104% 045$ July
5
3
Apr. 26
4
2
July 27
3
July
Sale
31
June 17 48
37
2
July 27
I 3554 31% July
55
June 17 70
2
60
July 23
July
58% 57
48
June 29 88
61
July 13
July
Sale
2054 June 28 33^
2554 July
9
July
Sale
38
245$ June 14 43}
July 15
July
Sale
145$ June 14 20}
155$ July 21
i Sale
7754 July 30 88}
30 7954 July 14
77 M
! 78
4 29
205$ Jan.
245$ July
7
22
July
i Sale
805$ June 29 90
8454 July 20
805$ July
i 83
39% Apr. 30 51
4554 July
7
43% 4254 July
53
51% May 14 68
July
6
July
1 52% 52
6
4
June 14
55$ July 13
45$ July
i
Sale
8
55$ July 30
65$ July
9
55$ July
i Sale
105
July 22 116
10754 July 21
105
July
105
Sale

6
14
7
8

9254 Jan.

854 July 24
July 23
45$ July 26
35% July 21
975$ July 29
4054 July
7

45

Sale

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

Feb.

265$ Jan.

Apr. 18
58}$ June 15

8

July 22
1
44% 38% Jjily
6
100
July
110
■411
9% July 21
6
July
69% 58
1
Sale
275$ July
1
109
July
112
Sale

4% June 15
145$ June 14
62

7
52% July
21}$ July 26
July 22
July 16

43

454

30
24
24

93
136

65$ July
654 July
3% July
31% July
92% July
38
July

Sale
315$
103% 101}$
Sale
3954
Sale
28}$
48%

28}$

109

61

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

3854

2754

Sale

107%

35%

94

88% Sale
26% 39
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Sale

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<

15$
5%
24}$
555$
115$
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July
17% July

754

Sale
Sale

78

37

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
Jusly

90
126

101
Sale

65$ Sale

81

49

20%

90

99.,

3

59

Sale

17
118

16

7554
7%
19}$
254

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120
50

2054

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F«rteotha«A>tM pact

2254

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27

.....

23

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55$ July 10
24

60

15

254
8%

Sale

July
July
July

:

Sale

1*
20

105
16%

July
July
July

5

11354
4354 Sale

....

72
Sale

16

Sale

......

62
Sale

7554

41%

.........

TA

July
July
July
July
July

454 July
17 % July
66% July
63
July
3454 July
1
July
4% July
23% July
54
July
108
July
854 July
59
July
60
July

Sale

Sale

36 preferred

t*

Sale

Sale

108,200 General Public Service....
74,800 General Ry Signal.........
550
6% preferred
100
696,200 Gen Realty *r Utilities Corp. 1
36 preferred..............*
46,000
.....*
72,600 General Refractories
12,640 Gen Steel Castings 36 pref..*
III,500 Gen Theatres Equip Corp...*
18,300 Gen Time In strum Corp...."
641,400 Gillette Safety Rasor
35 conv preferred.........
14,700
438,700 Gimbel Brothers...........
36 preferred..............e
18,300
......*
177,100 Gild den Co (The)
16,600
4H% conv preferred
50
...1
283,700 Gobel (Adolf).
220,100 Goebel Brewing Co.........
350 Gold Ac Stock Teleg Co... 100

Sale

Sale

Sale

30

31%
115$
35%
9%

Sale

Sale

.._......*

480

7,500
7,000
120
32,200
4,900
8,900

35%

Sale

II,800 Gen Outdoor Advertising. A*
Common
*
114,400
36,300 General Printing Ink
...1

Preferred (6)...

172
154

Sale

158

Sale

15% Sale
21% Sale

Sale
112
Sale

11

180

155

Sale

58
5

re" "83*"

•

50,400 General Mills
4,690
6% preferred

5,400

112%
151
15954 Sale
1305$
13454 Sale
112% 112
Sale
112
10%
12% Sale
105$

Sale

8

27

4%
1454 115%

15%

56

)7

Transp Corp.....5

General Baking Co

79
110
854 Sale
6% Sale
45$ Sale
11% Sale
)5
Sale
13}4 Sale
595$
44
24}$ Sale
)5%
SO
Sale
12
Sale
18
50
23}$ 35
7
Sale
1854 50
22
Sale
14 % Sale
23
125

73

July

26

4 tM

VA

Sale

4*

255$ Sale
)7
103

6% preferred.

46%

2*54

114% 114% 120

107%

Sale
Sale
215
Sale

Federal Light Ac

2654

26

Sale

Sale

54

80

Faiardo Sug Co Porto

5854

Sale

24

12}$
13}4
18% Sale
65$ Sale
35$ Sale

Co....-.*

8% preferred
Fairbanks Morse Ac

3854
395$ Sale
9
854

Sale

4%

16% Sale
11%
24%

preferred.......100
100

4% 2d preferred

,

Sale

954 Sale
L454 Sale

.....

Erie & Pittsburgh

6,200

20

........*
ty w—....*
preferred._..—._*

preferred

36 cum

Gabriel Co (The) Class A
*
1
66,500 Galr Co Inc (Robt)
33 preferred
5,020
.........10
II,890 Gamewell Co (The).........*
I,250 Gannett Co Inc conv 36 pf..*
169,100 Gar Wood Industries Inc...3
114,700 Gen American Investors....*
36 preferred..............*
6,700

100

23.400
1,100
63,100
1,200
8,800
1,300
14,000
12.300

1

94,900

4,400
9,000
3,300

1,890
8,300
2,600

.....

$5 cony preferred

200,300
1,230
215,000
164,400
54,600
13,300
38,000

6,200
2,200
5,200
4,700

Service.

980 Franklin Simon pref......106
253,400 Freeport Sulphur Co
...10
1,110
6% conv pref
.......100
2,450 Fuller Co prior pref........*
5,800
36 2d preferred
.....*

10,400
9,000
2,000
9,100
14,800

312,100

113
L554 Sale
ri}$ Sale
17
84%
11
8954
i'Z

.......100

5% preferred

Sale

3654

34

Sale

Sale

27
59 %

1954

1954
Sale

3454

Sale

3
50

Gas Co

18,900
6% preferred series A
.100
69,800 First National Stores. ......*
287,400 Fllntkote Co (The)
♦
*
19,600 Florence Stove Co....
5,200 Flora helm Shoe (The) cl A..*
167,100 tFollansbee Bros
.....*
10
52,300 Food Machinery Corp..
8,070
4%% conv preferred....100
.....10
179,400 Foeter^ Wheeler
3,580
7% conv preferred......._*
61,700 Francisco Sugar Co
......*

20

720

Corp.......*
preferred
50

16
1554
2254 Sale
85%
82

Sale
Sale

Highest
110% June 15 146% Jan.
7
95$ Apr.
9 22
May 19
20
June 17
30
May 13
6254 July "20
59% June 29 76% Feb. 17
28
26
June 29
July
2
36 % Feb.
2
35}$ July
8
335$ July 30 40% Feb.
4
18
July
6 xl4% June 14 23
Apr. 10
235$ July 28
Mar. 17
2054 Apr. 28 29
80
June 16
88}$ July
9
96
Mar.
9
June 28
205$ July 20
25
Feb.
9
June 21
3654 July 20
4154 Jan. 25
June 15
395$ July 23
4654 Feb. 17
41}$ July 13
May 13
51
Jan. 28
954 July
6
July 26
125$ Mar. 8
61}$ July 12
475$ May 17 7754 Jan. 25
4354 July 13 11554 July 27 14354 July 13
4954 July 15
55
Jan. 16
455$ Apr. 29
285$ July
7
June 22
3954 Jan.
7
54 July 26
June 25
15$ Jan.
5
June 29
154 July 30
35$ Feb. 19
554 July 22
June 29
85$ Jan. 16
June
15% July
8
2
175$ Jan. 19
145$ July 26
May 28 122
Jan. 19
6454 July 21 148}$ Apr. 28 1805$ Jan. 18
3454 July 31 13054 June 29 1355$ Feb. 19
135$ July
1 11054 June 16 115}$ Jan. 22
135$ July 14
Mar.
5
954 June 17 17
8154 July 20 151
Apr. 29 18154 July 20
58
July 22 150
Apr.
2 163
Jan. 11
365$ July 26
295$ June 15 37% Feb. 11
1354 July 12
16
Mar. 17
1054 June 17
39% July 22
3454 Apr. 28 45}$ Feb. 11
115$ July
9
Feb. 23
954 Apr. 14 16

59}$ July
26 % July
33% July
15
July
21% July
85% July
1954 July
34% July
35
July
39% July
854 July
56
July
11554 July
47% July

6154
33%

Highest

17 11854 July 26
9 1954 July 13

35
Sale

32}$

34

Sale

tEIk Horn Coal

6054
27

Sale

Sale

159,600
34,900
16,200
4)4% preferred....
100
77,100 Fidelity Phenlx Fire Ins.2.50
;
110 Fllene's (Wm) Sons Co—..._*
223,800 Firestone Tire Ac Rubber—10

4,400
1,340

80

...*

Equitable Office Bldg
379,000 Erie Railroad

1,800
64,000

199,200
25,550
3^,400

...—.—*
....
*

$7 preferred

Elec Storage Battery

205$

60

Sale
Sale
84

Light..—....*

I4 '

Sale

.

2,200

Lowest
Sale Prices

July
16% July

20

19

SH

Highest
Sale Prices

1155$ 115% 112

115

It*

.......—

Ask

Ask Bid

Bid

109
190 144
20,000 Detroit Edison
14
12
4,680 Detroit 8c Mackinac Ry Co 100
15}$
21 \
25
1,150
5% non cum pref..
100
61
Sale
*
14,200 DevoeAc Reynolds A
27
57,100 Diamond Match—
31H 33}$
3254
Participating 0% Pref—25
39%
40
12,400
1554
16,100 Diamond T Motor Car Co...2
21%
315,500 Distil Corp-Seagrams Ltd...*
2654 Sale"
86%
16,500
^354
5% pref with warrants. 100
94%
18%
18,300 Dixie-Vortex Co
*
20}$
21}|
2,040
Class A
41H
47,550 Doehler Die Casting Co.....*
395$
216,900 Dome Mines Ltd
......* ~49% Sale"
11
28,900 Dominion 8 to res Ltd.......*
11}$
70 54 Sale
646,040 Douglas Aircraft Co Inc....*
6,600 Dow Chemical Co
*
9,200 Dresser (S R) Mfg cony cl A..*
Class B
♦
21,200
17,400 tDuluth South Sh Ac Ati.100
1X4.
28,200
6% preferred
—100
8%
32,400 Dunhill International......1
14%
10,800 Duplan Silk...............*
111
350
8% preferred
100
153
Sale
256,700 Du Pont de Nem 8c Co (El).20
130}$
Sale
14,900
6% non-voting deben
100
113
114
2,780 Duquesne Light 5% 1st pf.100
10
Sale
211,500 Eastern Rolling Mills.
5
17254
Sale
74,800 Eastman Kodak Co. of N. J-*
152
2,560
1625$
6% preferred
..100
315$
Sale
114,200 Baton Mfg. Co..............4
11%
Sale
247,100 Kltlngon Schlld
— *
86%
Sale
312,800 Electric Auto Lite (The).-.5
Sale
526,300 Electric Boat..............3
Elec Ac Musical Ind—
Sale
350,200
American shares..........
—

410

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Lowest
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Jury 31

July 1

1937

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28

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1

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9
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14

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4

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11

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4

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4

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23
13

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2

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9

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AGGREGATE
In

N. T. STOCK

SALES
Since

July

Share*

71,800
3,200
145,400
7,300
3.700

Bid

761,200 Goodrich (B F)
*
45,700
$5 preferred..............*
Goodyear T He

230

32 34

Sale
Sale

*

Sale
Sale

1,156,900 Graham-Paige

R.

Ask

96,700
IS preferred..............*
84,500 Gotham Silk Hosiery......*
1,890
Preferred...
.......100

115,400

Motors

1

1134 Sale
93
9634
3 34 Sale

July 31

12,100
2,500
1,800
3,800
10,700
24,300
68,300
8,200

V
-

377.700
144,600
73,700
78.400
60,200
402,800
862,600
89,100
2,140

$3 conv preferred series—*
Granite City Steel...
...•
Grant (WT)

*

Great Northern Ir ore prop.*
Great Northern pref.....l0o

Great West Sug......... ..*
Preferred..
100
190 Green Bay 8c Western RR.100

520
10

16,400

Green (H L) Co............I
700 Greene Cananea Cooper..100

30

132,100

750,200 Greyhound Corp (The).....*
30,200
5%% preferred
.....10
87,700 Guantanamo Sugar........*
3,340
8% preferred...........100
23,200 Gulf Mobile Ac Northern.. 100
21,100
6% preferred...........100

1,700
5,200
120

1,500

1,400
500

6,100

370

6% Sale
434 Sale
21

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20

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145

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137,300

•

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Smelting & Power Ltd....5
Grand Union Co trust ctfs.-l

52

6234

34
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73 M
80

1434 Sale

"3% ""334
51X

56

122

13

5134

53

Hackensack Water...... ...25

3534
3734

3,540
Preferred A
...25
170,000 Hall Printing
..10
*
34,200 Hamilton Watch........
2,280
Zioo
6% preferred
3,610 Hanna (M A) Co $5 pref. ....*
.........

6,900
7,500

14

3934 Sale
78
7934
3834 Sale
115
Sale
834 Sale

37% July

300
490

,

5,100

64,300

3*256

Hat Corp class A

...

....i

1,520
.100
634 % preferred w w
189,200 Hayes Body Corp........ ...2
19,400 Hazel-Atlas Co.......... ...25
*
412,500 Hecker Prod
Corp v t c..
3,400 Helme (G W)
Z~-25

6,700
2,400
18,100
400
20

630

7% preferred.......... .100

3,500

56,800

Hercules

1.800

16,500

Hercules Powder.........--*

220

1,100
900
600

i.

Motors....

800

Hinde & Dauch Paper Co..10
60,200 Holland Furnace
6,450
$5 conv preferred-........*
133,100 Hollander (A) fc Son.......
112,400 Holly Sugar Corp.......
*
350
7% preferred.........-.100
33,200 Homestake Mining..... 12.50
11,100 Houdaille-Hershey cl A ....*

5,900
1,040
6,300
4,900
100

22,800
700

20,300

180,000

Class

B

1,200

22,500

5% preferred

1,178.200

........-*

167

140

v

24

129
63

130

152
132

6534
11234

108

35,900

644,000 Illinois Central..........100

1,100

17,100
4% pref aeries A.......100
3,300
Leased line 4%
....100
12,730
RR sec stock ctfs ser A1000
117,500 Indian Refining
.....10
332,100 Industrial Rayon Corp....
24,600 Ingersoll-Rand

310
610

4,800
15,400
2.300

...

10

870
6% preferred...........100
140,000 Inland Steel..
...•
722,500
Rights

15,600

W.GOO

Sale

12034 12134
2334 Sale
4234 Sale

'4134 "42"
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4,700
109,800
31,900
A 2,200
5,300
64,500
3,100
87,900
11,200

1,357,400

434

1,370,400

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47
68
71
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1334

3734 Sale
134

117

160
630

1,000
2,600
3,700

,

400

166,000
36,400

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13534
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
9

..*

2,130
Voting trust certificates.
10.800
5% preferred
........100
12,700 International Salt.........*
24,600 International Shoe.....
54,100 International Silver
106
5,415
7% preferred
.....100

12,900

2,300
16,100

Jewel Tea

Sale

84

1,750
4,500

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126

14,135 lones 8c Laugh Steel pref. 106
27,900 Kalamazoo Stove & Furn ColO

128
44

30
■

590 Kansas City Lt 1st pf Ser B *
139,100 Kansas City Southern.... 100

21,300
4% preferred...........100
23,900 Kaufman Dept Stores..S12.50
25,900 Kayser(J) 8c Co
5
380 Keith-Albee Orpheum pf.101

900
10

,

7,400

Kelsey Hayes Wheel78,800
Convertible class A.......1

7,700

75,800

90

124,600

1.379,000

\
ser

A..

Kenoecott

Copper
173,900 Keystone Steel 8c Wire Co..*

5,600
2,800

33,500 Klmbarly-Clark...
82,900 Kinney (G R)—.....—...1
28,160
8% preferred
...r
610
65 prior preferred
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29 8734
4 4734
14 141
18 1334

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12
9
30
19
26
14
21
7
10
9
19
22
14
10
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20
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1
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1
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2
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2 132
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1 119
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128
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434 July
1
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July
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July
July

61

7734 June
2734 Jan.
May
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81
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108

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46
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$6 preferred..............1

114,000 lohns-Manvllle
3,280
Preferred.

370

1434 Sale
334 Sale

Sale
28

...

Island Creek Coal—..

Sale

Sale

IN

44,700
500

20

9434
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136

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Sale
Sale
191
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160
Sale

Internet Tel 8c Tel........*
163,300 I nterstate Dept Stores.
2,100
Preferred.............. IK
31,400 Intertype Corp...........

1,600
3,100

12

47 X

1,499,000

320

135

Sale

Internet Nickel of Canada.

.

July
6 30
July
July
6 34
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1334 July 15 15
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2 31
July
Sale
103
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July
102
99
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2 10134 July
4434 42
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1 4634 July

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Internet Hydro-Blec Sys A.25

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28 36
21 138
9 60
1 3334
16 80
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31
11
12
3
22 50
6 12
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Sale Prices
31
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4

June

Agricultural......*

Preferred

136

135

......

608,100
7,450

7

4634

5,200
Preferred
100
321.900 Internet Paper Ac Power cl A *
228,800
Class B
801,400
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10,500
29,900
27,500
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3

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263,400 Internet Mercan Marine....*
332,200 Int Mining Corp
..1

300

74

1231

...

127,100

5934 Sale
93
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1434 Sale

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104,500
Prior preferred
.....100
34,100 Int Business Machines
373,000 internet Harvester.......
*
18,000
7% preferred
100

1,022,000

33

40
40

2334
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July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

30

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38
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10134
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11034
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3734 35
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19
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Interlake Iron.............*

587,8001Internal

13,800

If

6834 Sale

64,400 Inauranshares Ctfs Inc
...1
91,800 tlnterboro Rap Tran Ttc 100
35,300 d Interchemical Corp
2,830
6% preferred
.100
209,600 Intercontinental Rubber...*

110

62
10234 104
30

49 34

940,900 Inspiration Cons Copper..20

11,300
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1,000

5734

July

334 July

28

34

25

144

t c.25

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56,800 Hudson 8c Manhattan
100
15,900
5% preferred...........100
558,300 Hudson Motor Car.........*
134.100 Hupp Motor Car Corp.....

30

10

20

Sale

Sale
155

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Houston OH of Texas

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July,
July

2?54

164

2434

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6,600

„

July
July
July
July
July
July

31

101

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6

Household Finance-

1,200
83,900
18,500
6,000
1,000
30,700
52,100

30

125

107

16 34
10834

3434 Sale

1,830
6% preferred
.......100
10,500 Hershey Chocolate.........*
10,400
$4 conv preferred....—

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3
1734 Sale
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6% preferred—

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330

Sale

Harbison Walker Refrac.

310

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106

14
1

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80
July
8
4234 July 26
114
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126
July 23
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10
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9
81
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334 July
1
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14

79

83

81

Highest
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99
42
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130
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434 Sale
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Bid

Granby Consol Mining
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RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
I

July 1

1937
Par

1,737,200

35

Price
Jan. 2

Jan. 1

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range since jan. 1

prices in july

sales

aggregate

STOCKS
N. T. STOCK

Since

Price
Jan. 2

EXCHANGE

..

-

Kresge (S S) Co

130 9*

32,800

A*

IP
Sale

Sale

399*
160
Sale
Sale
16 5*

82,700 Liquid Carbonic...........*
New
J......_.-*
5,700
510,900 Loew's Incorporated
$6.50 preferred.....——.*
6,600
531,000 Loft Incorporated.

Sale

107

29*
Sale
Sale

232,600 Lone Star Cement Corp.—..*
315,700 umg Bell Lumber A
2b
31,600 Loose-Wiles Biscuit
5% preferred
.....100
I,430
10
300,500 Lorlllard (P) common
Preferred
100
5,210
•
59,000 Louisville Gas Ac Blec A
100
50,000 Louisville Ac Nashville

43}*
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

369,100 Ludlum Steel..............1

9,500 MacAndrews At Forbes Go—10
310
6% preferred
—-*
220,300 Mack Truck Inc............*
*
180,900 Macy (R H) Co, Ine
*
37,600 Madison Square Garden

44

55
7

531,900
95,800
125,000
46,600

14}*
30

143*
24}*

19

3}*

Sale
Sale

$3 preferred ww

6,400

$3 preferred

160

48,800
212,600
5,400
39,100
47,800
174,300
69,600
622,500
0 34,800
118,500

50
110
Sale
Sale

ex-warrants..*
.........
"

$6 1st preferred

910

■

-

•
tMcCrory Stores new com .1
6% conv preferred....
100
McGraw Electric Co.....—-A
McGraw Hill Pub Co
._.*
Mclntyre Porcupine Mines..5
McCall

Corp

890

conv

.j

18

85

90

50
18

Sale

34

Sale

36}
13}

Sale

44

Sale

Mollne Pow Implem—*

*
St Paul At S S M....IO11

19,800
II,400 Minn
7% preferred—....
100
10,100
4% leased lines
.....100
8,510
*
98,300 Mission Corp
236,500 Mo Kan-Texas
5% preferred series A... 100
335,600
...100
95,500 {Missouri Pacific
Convertible preferred.. 100
257,800
20
141,610 Mohawk Carpet Mills
78,000 Monsanto Chemical Wks—10
..*
1,251,600 Montgomery Ward At Co
•
9,700 Morrell (J) Ac Co
.......

3,790
975,400

.

50
Mother Lode Coalition.....*

•
129,900 Motor Products
...........5
124,390 Motor Wheel..
...1
28,400 Mueller Brass Co
94,300 vtuiltns Mfg Corp Class B...1
New.—.
i.1
<4,700

Sale

73"*

Sale

Sale

11

Sale

955*

Sale

38 K

40"

Sale

28

Sale
Sale
30}* Sale
395* Sale

Sale

655* Sale
19}* Sale

Sale

Sale

39

59}*
17}*

122

11*
94

Sale

35}*

3}|
5

Sale

3

si*
97

565*
42}*

32

Sale
Sale

97

96
Sale

117

112

118

14
Sale
1023* 105
1}*
ih
15*
3H
25* Sale

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Sale

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98}*

Sale

Sale

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33}*

Sale

42

Sale

Sale

Sale"

I

285*

29}*

5% preferred
100
Murray Corp of America..lt
Myers (F E) Ac Bros..—...—*

065* 108
17}* Sale
60
61}*

Nash-Kelvtnator Corp.—_5

I

40.

35 Vs
101
1033*
Sale

Sale
29
Sale

73}* Sale

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19
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32

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31H Sale

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105}*
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62
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31

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35}* July
July
59
July
17 }* July
27}* July
345* July
109}* July
96
July
99
July
112
July
30

118

Sale
Sale

[ Sale
95 y8
33}*

Sale
Sale

62

July*

17

July
July

32

183* July
12}* July
23
July
1493* July
25 m July
953* July
325* July

1

51

Feb.
Feb.

6 203

28

1
1

245* Mar. 17
3 9* Jan. 18

June 29

18}* Jan.

Jan.

4

July

29

Jan.

4

July
June

May
June

28 M June
1055* July

June

20

18
10
11
9
16

2
26
4
28
13

6
15

14
Mar.
3

53;
26!

853
28 110
22
3 }*
14 753*
17
105*
17 433*
22 110
26 285*
16 1475*
_

July
July
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
May
Feb.
Jan.
.

26
30
23

2
11
26
8
12
8
20
285* Jan. 13

July
19}* June 17
82}* July
2
29}* Jan,
4

128

Mar. 17

99

415* Mar. 11

Feb.
4
36
30}* May
29
July 29 132}* Feb.
405* June 22 62}* Mar.
44
June 17 58}* Mar.
10}* June 10 155* Jan.
Mar.
42
June 23 63
7h Jan.
35* May 17
7
Mar.
4}* May 14

June 28

14

Jan.

30

11
9
8

8
20
10

12
30

11
6

14
June 24
13}* July 12
15}* June 14

21}* Apr.

is*

Jan.

39

Jan.

11
14

15
183* June 22
33* June 17
95* June 29

Jan.

20

Feb.

3
17

24

16}*
295*
65*
14}*
3}*

30

20

1

39

Jan. 21
Jan. 20
Mar. 27

6}* June

June
June
July
June
39
July
18}* Jan.
19}* June
15*
103*
19}*
25*

31
31
7
8

Feb.

Feb. 13

6}

22

Mar. 29

4

51
30

Mar.

4

16

29

Apr. 30

19

Mar. 10

May 14

13

Mar. 10

48}* June 28

74

Feb.

325* June 30

415* Jan.

8

Jan.

25

7

May 17 165
1
66

42

June 12
June 23
3 45
June
8 111
97
July
21
July 31 36
145* May 20 24}*
84
June 23 106}*
405* Jan. 12 54 }*
8

7
7
23

16}*
325*
31}*
125*
425*
12}*

11
13
13

Jan.

22

28}*

June 21
May 10
May 11
6
Jan.
1
July

June

42 H
42 H

16}*
47

H

19

1

Jan.
2
Feb. 11
Mar. 2
Mar. 12
Jan. 19
Jan. 14
Mar. 24
Mar. 17
Jan. 12
Jan.
8
,

June 21 112}* Jan. 14
25
June 17 345* Apr. 19
Feb. 16
93}* May 11 101
Jan. 13
86
1
67
July
Feb.
9
9}* June 29
Mar. 8
34
June 29
Jan. 16
30 41
30
July
95

n

58

145* Apr. 29
33 J* June 28
[08
June 16
June 21
94
96
May 14
4
.08
May

11
Jan.
88}* Jan.
13* June
23* July
25* June
233* June
5}* June
21
■

4

7
24
31

30

Jan.

Mar.
Jan.

106

Jan.

120

Mar. 17

Mar. 10

16}*
1065*
2h
5}*
6}*

Mar. 11

June 29
May 14

July

26

Jan.

23
4

Mar.
Jan.

8

34
9!
34 i
6]
12]

Apr.

5

40;

Jan.

Mar. 17
Mar.
8
Mar. 17

Mar. 17

8
23
21

28

24

48

6
7
12
22
23
13

31

7
21

June 17
July 30 143*
June 15 995*
195* July 30 36}*
90
6
67
July
8 108}*
L02
Apr.

13
13
22
21
26

23

; July

21

July
July

7
26

| July
7
July
7
July 30

| July 20
! July 9
; July 23

85

23
July 21

Apr. 29 104
May 13 69
July 13 46

55
July 30
9* May 12
275* June 30
17}* June 14

375* June

5
2
22

124

2

3

Mar. 10

122

14
17
June 28

6

Mar.
5
Feb. 23

72}*
26}*
355*
48}*

Apr. 28

253* June 17

26
7
31
7
26
8
21
9

Jan.

Jan.

mJan.

34
35

19
13
28
30
31'
16
19

5

Mar. 15

51}* June

14

:

6

Mar.

June 17 43 J* June
145* July
6 21 5* Feb.
z40
July
2 585* Jan.
Jan.
58}* July
2 79
99* Apr.
2 155* Mar.
255* Apr. 25 28}* July
93
May 20 113}* Feb.
Jan.
94}* June 14 114
151
Jan.
May 20 175
May
£185* May 28 23 i
Feb.
59
Jan.
4 83;
Jan.
Apr. 27 61

30
6
6
7
22
21
13
1
28
26
27
20
24
30
29
July 26

29

Mar.

June 23

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
:
July
July
'July
July
July
July
July

545* July
31
July
55
July
1}* July
28
July
193* July
39}* July
25
July
13
July
87}* July
195* July
67
July
1053* July
103* July

14
14

Jan.

Mar. 11

Jan.

July

July
94
July
1H July
23* July
25* July
12

3%

56

34

July
26
July
94
July
67
July
95* July

25 L

61

;

July
July
July

cw
Sale

66}-

27

...

24}*
33*
75*

35

Sale
Sale

July
July
July
July

14

Jan.

13

27

Jan.

July 27
147}* July 26
64
July
10 5* July
363* July

Sale

Sale

Munslngwear

7,680 Nash Chatt Ac St Louis...100
..1
209,200 National A cms
88,200 National Aviation Corp....10
National Biscuit.......... 10
483,400
7% preferred
100
5,900
57,100 Nat Bond At Investment Co.*
5% pref series A w w
100
5,700
•
248,300 Nat Cash Register..

7

43 J'

22}* Sale

July

23

Jan.

June 30

20
29
22
20
7
29
29
29
29
26
12
23
24
8
13
7
20
27
28
6
30

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
JUly
July
July
6 100
31
July
July
97
76}* July
11}* July
40}* July
July
32
July
66
195* July
325* July
415* July
July
115
98}* July
1175* July

2
16

4

Jan.

38

28

Sale

Murphy Co (G C )—.—.....*

1,214,000
1

*

Sale

Sale
'

..

-$7 conv preferred

100

120

Sale

65

...

4,820
38,300
21,630
1,770
340,100
14,700

114

Sale

Sale

25}*

39}*
29}*

41
113

Sale

Sale

295* Sale

.....

Morris Ac Essex..

28

Sale

Sale

Sale

81
82}*
115* Sale

July
July

165* July
85

96

480 Milw El Ry Ac Lt 6% pref—100 1035* 106
105}*
* 102
,31,000 Minn-Honeywell Reft Co
120
4% conv pref ser B.....100 115
2,660

-

97
21

100

Sale

pref...........100

...

July
95* July
35
July

x483*
19}* 17}*
Sale
34}*
Sale
343*
Sale
135*
45
425*
Sale
125*
995* 100

Sale

July
July

56

Sale

Sale

Co........1

Preferred...

33
145

Sale

17

Sale

..

Minn

Sale

J"

48

Sale

....
—*
207,500 Mead Corp
$6 pref series A...........*
2,710
_.*
23,900 Melville Shoe Corp
—...—...1
366,000 Mengel Co
5% conv 1st pref
—100
9,130
1,140 Merch Ac Mln Transp Co....*
.......5
89,700 Mesta Machine Co
.........-5
825,500 Miami Copper
323,900 Mid-Continent Petroleum.10
*
106,700 Midland Steel Products
8% 1st preferred—..
.100
6,700

759,400

44
275* Sale

Sale

pref..............*

McLei an Stores

3}*

85

102
415*

McKeesport Tin Plate.....10
McKesson At Robblns—.....5
$3 conv

24

Sale
365* 37
148
155
145
Sale
63}* 64
Sale
95*
36
36
35
36
37J*
Sale
102}* 105
Sale
213* Sale

Sale

7%

12

42}*

Sale

"~9H Sale

........*

95* July
15* July
July
19}* July
3}* July
39
July
233* July
20}* July
8}* July
50
July

13*

23
3-

42

July
July

103*

103*

Sale

195<

129
48

20}*
4}*

4}*
10}*
15*

Sale

163
Sale
Sale
48

:

10}*
193*

Sale

Sale

19}*

135*
27*

20

2

Alkali Works....*

Mathleson

610

12}*

Sale

Sale

preferred...........100
56,300 May Dept Stores—........10
41,600 Maytag Co (The)...........*

83,300

/

135*

37 J*
Sale

21*
19

13

1

L) Co...

6}*
19

Sale

Martin Parry Corp........

Masonlte Corp

6

16
19}*

Sale

"16"

115*
49}*
6}*

11M

475*

5}*

55*

Marshall Field At Co.——
Martin (Glenn

Sale

43
'

....

....

48

32

July
41M July
45 }* July
10}* July
43
July
45* July
53* July
16
July
July
July
July
July

129

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

27"

deposit.....100

...........
17,700 Mandel Bros
1,410 tManhat'n Ry Co. 7% gu.100
Mod 5% guar...
.100
96,000
54,500 Manhattan Shirt—.......25
1
175,100 Maracalbo OH Exolor
343,700 Marine Midland Corp.....__5
100
16,890 Market Street Ry
Preferred.
100
2,080
Prior preferred ........ 100
8,440
Second preferred
100
6,220
19,400 Marlin-Rockwell Corp. (Del.) 1

1

"

Sale

45

Sale

Sale
Sale

......100

7% preferred....
Pref ctfs of

220

44}*

129

July
July
July
513* July
1154 July
49}* July
63* July
6
July
21}* July
19
July
13}* July
28
July
12
July
205* July
45* July
103* July
15* July
12
July
243* July
33* July
42 H July
275* July
243* July
10
July
57
July

305* July

32}*

31}*

315*
131
Sale

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

205* June 29 295*
8}* May 18 153*
May 11 147
31}* June 28 47}*
18
June 14 24;
15}* June 15 27;
23}* June
3 41
183* June 30 24
12
July
8 175*

105

355*

Sale

35

335*
131}*

52,000 Magma Copper..........-.10
100
33,700 tManati Su$ar
Certificates of deposit..100
1,500

13,350

115

gg

.....—*

Link Belt Co

Highest
Sale Prices

11

140
132
34}* 36
Sale

.

183,400 Kroger Grocery 8c Oak
.....100
2,940 Laclede Gas Light
2,720
5% preferred
.......100
186,800 Lambert Co (The)..........*
7,100 Lane Bryant
..-5
189,000 Lee Rubber Ac Tire
79,700 Lehigh Portland Cement..25
2,140
4% cony preferred......100
50
372,300 Lehigh Valley
190,800 Lehigh Valley Coal.........*
,86,810
6% conv preferred.......50
*
40,800 i.ehtnan Corn 11 he)
38,700 Lehn Ac Flnlc Products Corp.5
..*
39,200 Lerner Stores Corp
209,800 Llbbey-Owens Ford Glass...*
*
309,300 Libby McNeill Ac Llbby
-.5
18,700 Life Savers Corp
14,100 Liggett Ac Myers Tob com._25
Series B
25
127,400
Preferred.........—.—100
6,900
...*
23,300 Lily Tulip Cup Corp
*
149,000 Lima Locomotive Works

Lowest
Sale Prices

Sale

10}*

10

12

Kreige Dept Stores.........

Highest
Sale Prices

205* July
1 245* July 28
10}* July 23 11}* July 20
July
9 1373* July 20
125
July 27
z33
July 19 36
34
22
July 15
20
July
"
Sale
21}* July 26
155* July
18}*
16
33}* July
28
July
28}* 33
28
20}* July
183* July
19}* Sale
Sale
July
12
July
8 14
103* j'3.*
145*
235* July 31 265* July
Sale
235*
Sale
36
July
323* July
~
343* 35 ;
Sale
170
179
163* July
14
July
Sale
is"'
Sale
2 }* July
Sale
1}* July
2
Sale
>
10}* July
93* July
105* Sale
Sale
42}* July
39
July
40 >* Sale
Sale
15}* July
145* July
15
145*
Sale
44
July
July
41}* Sale x40
Sale
68
July
583* July
66 H Sale
Sale
135* July
12
July
Sale
Sale
283* July
Sale
263* July
Sale
99}* July
96
July
99}* 103
Sale
1023* July
963* July
Sale
101}* 103
1595* July
1603* 1563* July
160
161
21}* July
20}* July
20}* 20}* 21
68
July
60
July
Sale
68
60
60
July
53}* July
Sale
53}* 60
52}* July
48
July
Sale
26}* Jply
5}* July
26"" Sale
85
July
76
July
84}* Sale
Sale
107
July
xl05 July
Sale
105}* 106
2}* July
Sale
15* July
2}*
Sale
575* July
52}* July
545* Sale
Sale
8
July 27
55* July
73*
Sale
7}*
31}* July 12
28}* July
Sale
28}* Sale
xl075*July 13
1063* 1055* July
106
1075*
22}* July
9
Sale
2054 July
21
Sale
135 K July 27
128
July
139
Sale 135
22 }* July 26
195* July
215*
21
Sale
895* July 20
863* 82}* July
85
85
36
July 19
Sale
31}* July

Sale

.........10
1
8% preferred—
...100
480
13,900 Kress (S H) Ac Co new.. —*

195,100
17,700

Ask

Ask Bid
24
Sale

Ask

Par

Shares '

Lowest

Sale Prices

July 31

July 1

1937

Jan. 1

23

20

Mar. 10

Feb. 17
18
3}* Feb. 26
38 H Jan. 15

66}* Jan.

Feb. 13
Mar. 15
395* Mar. 20
26

51 "

13

80

July

21

Mar. 19

Feb.

11

Mar. 13
Jan. 26

23

205* Feb. 11
Mar. 1
71

16}* June 17

245* Jan. 28

10}* June 28

585* Jan.,

June 29 H"
175* June 29 24
11m May 18 185*
23
July 15 335*
1485* Apr. 10 167
339*
1
253* July
935* June 24 103}*
385*
295* Jan.
30

,

Mar. 11
Mar.
9
Jan. 21
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.

2

18
13

Feb.

3

Feb.

25

Aug., 1937]

N. Y. STOCK

SALES

AGGREGATE

310

.

i

v

130
9,600
2,020

; 198,600

34,200
28,300

Par

561,900
2,020
3,180

89,100

,

f

35,200
1,100

.

.

50,660
686,000
14,100
89,000
337,400
1
4,600

Nat Dairy Prod

2,600
38,400
53,700
3,500
5,000
10,100
2,200
1,200

82,300
685,500
9,400
48,500
322,200
76,100
17,600
72,700
76,400
14,700
14,600

160

ipv 1.224

66,600
'

700

270

*

Corp

7% preferred class a....100
7% preferred class b
100
National Dept Stores

Nat Enamel At Stamp
*
Nat Gypsum Co...—...—1
National Lead

.........10

7% preferred a.....——100
6% preferred b__
...100
Nat Mall Ac St Cast's Co

*

Nat Power 9c Light——

*

Nat Rys of Mex las

pref...""1
5% 2d preferred-.......100

National

Steel.....—....- 25

National Supply ef Del... 10
Preferred .......——101)
_

National

Tea Co..

Natomas Co

4,760

;

3,170
2,000
2,500
530

127,600
3,000
52,100
1,300

40

4,900
70

84,500
65,500
98,900

27,600
140

3,000
26,200
260

47,700
120

1,800
2,700
140

1,328,600
257,000
142,600
432,100
860
56,100
184,400
1,340
842,400
2,110
30,900
15,900
720
,

,

;i

17,810

40

14,000
93,300
1,300
5,000
1,090
4,400
130

281,000
1,800
16,400
3,100
41,500
5,600
5,500
6,500
61,600
16,900
24,600
4,300
19,700
2,600
9,600
2,300
: 2,800
52,100
400
40

10,600
300
100
.200

300

500
12,300
9,900
43,600
3,000
600
850
800

8,600
35,300
400
10

97,500
800
280

2,100
2,700

21,100
239,300
117,500
66,300
4,550
1,030

(The)
Oliver Farm Equipment....*

Oppenhelm Collins Ac Co.
Otis Elevator............
6% preferred........... 100
Otis Steel

......

7% prior preferred.....100
$5.50 conv 1st pref...
*

Amer Fisheries Inc..5

..........

10

First preferred.......—..*
2d preferred
*
....

Pacific Finance Corp (Cafy.10
Klec

...i»

Corp..

*
♦

Pacific Teleph Ac Telegr..100

6% preferred

.....100

Pet Milk

Philadelphia Co pref 4%..50
$6 preferred—..
.....*
{Phila Rapid Transit Co
50
7% preferred
—50
Phlla Ac Reading c At i
Philip Morris At Co




99

23*

23754

104

106

104

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28

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2254

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55

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523*

ijk
99

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11
973*

5554

185* Sale
100% .^..,
14%
15
365* Sale
134
17

135
Sale

118;
78

81
70

•
10

Sale

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102%

21% Sale
115* si 12
25%
285*
225* Sale
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32%
35%
51%
41%
150%

154

149

Sale

36
Sale
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Sale

18

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63

785*

993*
00%
09%
295* Sale

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30

10% Sale

*

66

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575*

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"'15"

98

101

3

109

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23%
50%

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134

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23

88% Sale
17% Sale

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18

14%

2%
95

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63%
99%
18% Sale
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17% Sale
27

28

2

90

4% Sale
36% Sale
23% Sale

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3

63
Sale
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67%
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54

1165
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40

42

86%
3%

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6
40
24

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45 <•'
25

355* Sale
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111% 116
44%

6%
26
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10%
305*

74}*

54

07% 1005*
6% Sale
12
13%
2% Sale

26
39
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2654

35*

35*
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40k

77

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8
25

v

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71

32

74}*
22
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44
80

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87

Sale

15

12

14

72

84

69

87%
51% Sale
c,

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545* ,Sale
5%
7

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45

Sale

15%
28%

20%

49

15%
Sale

131

173*
24%
43*
363*
23 %
3

63 3*

if
163*
283*

6

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

July
3554 July

47}* July
112

16

1

44

7 1313*
1
203*
9 128
6

2

12

1

6
24

1

23
2
1
15

1
1

2

-1
2
6

19
2
8
1
1

1
28
1
1

2

1
1

80
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Sale
54

17

285*

15
1

2

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1

1

2
1

July
July

15

754 July
3054 July
72
July

20
2
29
6
7
1

44

75

185* Sale
83*
503*
43

213*
705*
43*
165*
104%

7

7

54

83*
83*
13*
15*
913* Sale
15
135*

8%
8%
1% Sale

6

25

A4
Sale

Sale
27
37j* Sale
49
4454
116
113
51% Sale

Sale

5

1

6

20

Sale

1
2

43}* July

20

45

1

m

Sale

76

3 hx

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

65* Sale
46% Sale
98% Sale
35*

it*

79

17% Sale
8}* Sale

633*
993*
183*

263* Feb.
1123* Feb.

15

6}* June 17
27}* Feb.
5
27
8
~
22
7
29
28
26

14

13
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31
20
31
23
6

35

June 14

38

29

!

70

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315*
1213*
6}*
93*

16

37
50

13

100

2
943*
June 23
395*
Feb. 26 135
June 12
12}*
July 23
133*
July
2
573*
June 17
645*
Apr.
7 109

12

17

June 24

15

28

73

Apr. 28
Apr. 30

34

June 28

41

_

21
23
22

103* Jan.

12
June 17
183*
305* June 17 r44
1545* Apr. 26 171
127
July
9 150
44
June 17
613*
85* June 17 145*
5* June 15
2}*
5* June 25
1

28

87%
265*
59

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

Jan.

793* July
21
July
155* Apr.
6
July
12}* June
121
May
125
May
5* June

14

4

15
7

Apr. 22
Mar. 11
Jan.
Jan.

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

June

June

95

15

Mar.
July
July
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
Mar. 10

Jan. 11
37
Mar. 17
415* Jan. 18
983* Feb 10
553* Mar. 17
72
Mar. 17

335* May

20
20

July
143* May
1123* Jan.

8

Mar.

July

2

19
July
173* July
83* July
44?* July
40
July
77
July
5
July
8
July
13* July
865* July
13
July 14
72
July - 8
543* July
1
6
July 30
48
July 29
153* July
2
285* July 30

19

10
July
30}* July
18
July
223* July
33 3* July
453* July
32
July
143
July
1393* July
2754 July
195* july
11 5s July
25* July
102 3* July
713* July
loo
July
235* July
165
July
213* July
27
July
53* July
393* July

27}* July
4 % July
95* July
165* July
73* July
46% July
983* July
43* July
8
July
543* July
285* July
4054 July
51
July
113
July
52}* July

June
9
14
23h June
June
14
15
205* June
26
283* June
June
26
June
22
23 1343* June
Apr.
28 133
20
205* May
9
7% June
23
10% July
June
2
8
Jan.
60
7
19
613* June
June
99
13
22
165* June
June
22 121
23 xl5% June
2
243* Tuly
12
May
21
363* june
June
23
23
8
25* June
30
63* May
16
143* Feb.
8
35* Jan.
28
May
June
28
June
12
June
10
20
433* July
22
.Tan.
21
June
7
June
19
28 112;
July
26
43% June

fsH

if*
S8

m

9}* July 20
34
July
7
743* July 21
77
July 22

28
,

20

July
July
95* July 12
52 5* July 26
42 3* July 29
79
July
~
6
July
95* July
13* July
953* July 19
133* July 30
72
July
8
64
July 26
73* July
8
51
July
8
17
July 15
303* July 12

19

20

'

3
21
8
28
11
22
3
18

13

3

75

Jan.

23

29
7

Feb.

1

Mar.

14

Feb.

3
2
14

p

Jan.

17

38

Jan.

12

21

5334

Jan.

14

16

,0

28

44% Jan.

9

2 152
Jan.
28 149
Jan.
14
295* Apr.
17
125* Feb.

4
2

6
18
20

2
Jan.
17
28
43* Jan. 25
6 121
May 13
29
Mar. 10
90

4 1093* Mar. 18
285* Jan. 28

14

29 2003* Jan.
14
265* Jan.
28

343* Jan.

14

28

28
5

Feb. 25
3
Feb.
3

30

445* Feb.

16
17
18

29.
75

5
2

Jan.

14
20

10

Jan.

23

Mar. 11
Feb. 18

75

13

Jan.
9
64
16 1035* Mar.
8
28
65* Jan. 23

16
6

13
28
28
15
25

June
June

June

38}* June
76

9

14

22

163* June
75* May
40

5
3
14

17

June
:

17
22
22
3

8
6
8
Jan. 26
Jan. 12
June
9

4115

43* Jan.
305* July
72
75

8
25

Mar.

97

June 30

x!7

20
12
7
10

Mar.

*823* Apr. 28*995* July

July

22
22

245* Mar.
134

Apr.
545* June

16

Feb.

140

Jan.

75
22

22

19
20

1
195* Mar.
453* Jan. 21

126

20

Feb.

114

123* May

13
16

22
29
22
14
18
18
5
20
31
15
25
13

Apr.
5
73
Apr. 20
7
43* July
263* Feb. 16

June
iih

7

28

Mar. 17
Mar. 3

Jan.
2 100
15 313* Mar.
29 21 3* Mar.
2
123* Jan.
17 255* Jan.
Jan.
17 135
Mar.
19 137
2
Jan.
25

17}* Jan.
533* Jan.

:--7

8
11

Mar. 11 112
May 20
June 14 245* Mar.
9

.

6%
143*
65*
403*
86%
33*

19

52

Sale
Sale

75

11% Sale
54% Sale

165

5

Sale

155* Sale
65* Sale

70

100
Sale

38

Sale

7

M

183* June 25

zl07kJune
107

188

173* July

Sale

18*

26
22

111

88"" July' "2 x00% July

2% Sale
100

112

2
July
July 13
6
July
July 13
7
July 19 130
July
July 23 127}* July 23
1
7
July
July
6
6
91
July
July
90
June
5
92*
Feb.
1
July
53* July 12
35* June 15
95* Mar.
1
July
165* July 20
123* June 17
263* Feb.
7
July
33* July 13
23* June 29
65* Feb.
1
9
July
115* July
83* May 18
155* Jan.
7
59
July 27
July
55
June 28
763* Jan.
1
9
91
July
July
63}* June 14 1025* May
2 1013* July 26
July
73
June
9 1123* May
7
8
July
33* July
2
Jan.
4
45* Mar.
6 242
July
July 23 2365* Apr. 29 272
Jan.
1 106 - July 13 102
July
Jan.
Apr.
8 114
1
July
295* July 24
21
June 17
343* Jan.
1
553* July 27
July
483* June 18
57}* Feb.
1
1254 July 12
July
95* May 18
175* Jan.
6
99
July
July 16
975* June 25 1043* Jan.
July 15
July 19 100
93
Mar. 23 105
Jan.
1
8
313* July
July
253* June 28 365* Mar.
8
463* July 30
July
4«
July
8
533* Jan.
2
9
43* July
July
33* Jan.
4
63* Mar.
Jan.
July 22 325* July 27
263* May 18 40

803*
243*
55% July

27

Sale

Sale

173*
122

Sale

131

Sale

126

9
8%
75*
25% Sale
25}*
17
14
153*
20
22
2154
215*
2154
Sale
'29
Sale
33
283*
Sale
41
44}* 45
29 v
Sale
29
295*
27
138
Sale
140% 1413* 138
139
: Sale
139% Sale |139
22
23 %
Sale / 23
27
8% Sale
9 .'.v Sale
85-;
9
105*
103*
11% Sale

25

Sale

15

14

385*

8

92

Sale

135*
993*

.

114

1754

07%

Sale

60

90%

62%

Sale

Sale
25

553*
115%

92

35

15%

16
12%
15%
30% Sale
415*
126
131
131% 125
17 5* Sale
20% Sale
122
801

35*

19

125
Sale
Sale

29}*

205* Sale

3% Sale
1354 Sale

llH

46

4%
315*

4

31

58

993*
273*

46

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Sale

115

115

♦

Petroleum Corp
.........5
Pfeiffer Brewing Co
...__*
Phelps Dodge
25

daks 4u

79

100J* 101
2%

aV4
Sale

Peoria Ac Eastern........100
Pere Marquette..........100
Prior preferred.........100
Preferred..............100

Phillips Jones Corp.....
•
Preferred....
....100
609,600 Phillips Petroleum.........•
7,400 Phoenix Hosiery
1,140
Preferred
109,100 Pierce Oil 8% conv pref .100
28,600 Ptlsbury Flour Mills
25

mm*

57

241

17% Sale
55% Sale

........

For footnote*

59
Sale

90

10}*

23*
103*

Sale

14% Sale
102% 105
101
103%
27% Sale
52%
3% "~3%
28
29%

.

110

33*
12 5i

245

55

153,400 Pacific Western Oil
10
23%
1,308,500 Packard Motor Car
*
105*
9,800 Pan Amer Pet Ac Trans .....5
16%
148,800 {Panhand Prod * Ref...
3%
25,240
8% conv preferred
100
58
26,500 Paraffine Co Inc
........*
76%
1,690
4% conv preferred
-.100 100
2,874,300 Paramount Pictures—.....1
245*
1st preferred...........100
71,300
173%
2d preferred............10
334,300
22%
22,100 Park Ac Tilford
i
34
1,268,100 Park Utah Cons Mines.—. '
4%
59,100 Parke. Davis 9c Co.......
♦
Parker Rust Proof Co....2.50
59.300
26
111,400 p*rmelae Transport Co...,
6%261,700 Pathe Film Corp...
*
0%
496,600 Patlno Mines Ac Ent Cons ..*
14%
286,000 Peerless Corp
..3
3%
Penlck Ac Ford............ •
32,200
62
125,500 Penney (j ci Co
*
99
59,700 Penn Coal ac Coke........10
5
284,100 Penn-Dlxie Cement....
7
$7 conv pref series a
20,600
*
62
58,200 Penn Glass Sand Corp y « c__
24
644,500 Pennsylvania rr Co
50
405*
1 3,800 People's Drug Stores Inc .«,*
50%
550
6% conv preferred
100 113
122,200 People's Gas l Ac Coke...100
50%
30,500
18,100
3,500
7,200
4,000
238,500
166,600
429,700
18,400
3,100
13,100
11,060
317,100
164,900
13,000

91

269

5

...

&

6

Sale

3

1
6
1
1
1
July
1
July 16
July 22
July
1
July 24
July
9
July
1
July
1
July
8
July' 2
July
1
July
1
July 2
July
1
July 23
July
2
July 14
July
9
July
6
July
1
July 27
July
2
July
July
July
July
July

215* July
July
July
183* July
75* July
31}* July
30
33
July
13
153* July
3254
383* July
15754
1585* July
127
135
July
46
5254 July
9%
12
July
%
13* July
5*
j* July
81
933* July
353*
395* July
124
135
July
7 >
85* July
93*
103* July
37
44}* July
50
53% July
105
106
July
195*
233* July
31%
365* July
80
743*
July
353*
423* July
July
483* July
1 57
793* July
2 89
July
21
July 15 245* July

Sale

irA

25*

24

87

25*

90 ;

Sale

67

Outboard Marine & Mfg
Outlet Co................

Pacific Gas

1

Sale

Sale

Sale Prices

163*
1293* 127
128
1273*
5*
0\y*

127
119

Sale

100%

Rights
Omnibus Corp v ft e (The)
*
Preferred a...
....100

Pacific Lighting
Pacific Mills

Sale

Sale

53*

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale

Ohio oh Co

16,620

Sale

91
Sale

Sale

Lowest

Sale Prices

114

26?*

.........100

...

10,870
t

97
110

74
Sale

"*75* "8"'
Aix 185*

Sale

Sale

American

Pacific Coast

10%

59

6% preferred
so
North American Aviation. ..1

158,300 Pacific

720

i

Sale
134
140

Sale

{Norfolk Southern.......100
Norfolk Ac Western....... 100
Preferred

233*

Sale

Preferred.........
100
56,600 Owens-Illinois Glass Co. 12.50

1,210

•

Sale

Sale

Sale

New York Steam pref $6....*
7% 1st preferred.......
*

North

65
40
51
83

Sale

i!s

50

21,200

2,330
1,200
20,600
8,700
7,600
300

Sale

83
Sale

70%

1,330,200 Northern Pacific
100
1,740 Northwestern Telegraph..50
256,100 Norwalk Tire Ac Rubber
*
2,660
Preferred... ............50

4,900

Sale

..100

-

108

223*
33% Sale

Sale

stock.. 1

7% preferred

12,900 North Amer Edison 16 pref..*
1,410 Northern Central.........5ft

30

78,900

n y Shipbuilding pt

56}*

106
18
195*

"l% Sale"

149,900
3,540
14,520
10,840
132,300
14,300
3,040
974,800
21,300
1,074,300

53

i3A

106

£2% Sale
83%
82%

■%

Sale
Sale
Sale

73*
9% Sale

41

52

36% Sale

a

7%

10
Sale

107
19

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135

Sale

105*
u%
22% Sale
128% 130

99,200 {n y Ontario at Western.lft

M4

124

Sale

75
41

03%

Sale

Sale

so

York Ac Harlem......

130 n y Lack ac West Ry Co.,100
369,600 (ntnhft Hartford
1o0
309,100
Convertible preferred.. 100

v

a

59

.....

35

Sale

132

126

30

%

Sale

Highest

Sale Prices

21
18%
1123* 109
100% 1103* 108%
18% Sale
15
7}*
63*
30% Sale
283*

Sale
135*
alVA
Sale
38-5* Sale
159% 1545* 159
128
132:
135
Sale
515* Sale
Sale
11% Sale
1
1%
1%

57%
Sale
15*
Sale

56%
11%
1%
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71

10% preferred........—50
129,100 in v Investors Inc....... _•

270

1

Lowest

Ask
Sale

110

33%

150

143

57 >;

150

23,700
16,600
4,400
6,400

Sale

56

Newberry Co (j j)........
5% preferred series a...100

w;.':r:y800 New

10

Sale

Sale

34 %
165}*

55

2,190
1,570

4,600

Sale

32

29

1

Nelsner Bros Inc......

12,600
Purchase warrants.....—
28,900 New York Dock
100
29,420
5% preferred........—.100

10

Sale

Sale

16%
12}*

3,120 {New on Tex at Mexico ...100
647,200 Newport Industries Inc
1
32,300 New York Air Brake.......*
3,913,900 New York Central...
—*
93,400 n. y. Chicago & St Louis. 100
75,500
6% pref series a
.....100
71,900 n y City Omnibus Corp....*

40

llli

"28% Sale"

*

...——

.......

50.800
3,300
281,000
2,300
3,200
18,200

v.

Sale

23% Sale
108}* 111%
107
107%
19

July 31

Ask Bid

Ask

Bid

6% preferred...——.—-10
Nat Distillers Products...—*

980

80

July 1

1937

Shares

,i

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Price
Jan. 2

Jan. 1

July

rw,;
<

PRICES IN JULY

STOCKS
n. y. stock bzcbam ge

Since

37

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

Julie

123* Feb.
Feb.

76

2
1

295* Feb. 10
503* Mar. 17
Mar.
63
9

8

im

Jan.

27

Feb.

0

17

Mar.

4

iV*
87

Mar.
Jan.
Jan.

7

01
25

Jan.

?ib
ssb

5

8
11

Mar. 11

Feb.

19

Mar. 10
Jan. 14

1.003* Jan.

8

Feb.

2

Jan.
Feb.

12
1

70

953* July

19

lF5*

20

Jan.

16

4% May
8

June

1

14

June

Apr.
June
72
July
493* Jan.
6
July
44
June

145* June 16'
285* June 17

6
873* Jan.
64
July 26
93* Jan. 20

74H

Jan.

13

205* Apr.
5
33 5* Jan. 18

N. Y. STOCK
aqoreoate

sales
Since

EXCHANGE—STOCKS
RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN JULY

STOCKS
N. 7. STOCK EXCHANGE

Shares

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Lowest

Jan. 1

Sale Prices

Highest

July

16

10% June

Feb. 17

8

40

56

18%
76%
165
Apr. 12175
174% Apr. 23 190
52

June 17

12

June 14

20

2414 June 29

43

Mar.

2% June 21
July

16

8

Mar. 10

Jan.
Jan.

4

26

8

Mar.

June 28 122

84

Jan.
2
Jan. 22
Jan. 18
Jan.
7

28

12
12

3% Jan.
2
8% Feb.
1
97% Apr. 29 141
July 14
29
June 17
4714 Mar. 5
167

Feb.

16167

Feb.
3
Jan.
29% Apr.
21% Apr.
33% Feb

16
12
22
14
4

11% Jan.
3% Jan.

22
22

15% Jan.
31% Feb.
31
Feb.
86
Feb.
65% Jan.
118% Jan.
52% Jan.
112% Feb.

20
11

June 22

1

2414
1614
21%
4%
1%
7

Mar. 22
June 29

June 17
June 15
June 29
June 23

17% June 17
18

June 26

52

31
4
25
17

July
55% Jan.
114% Mar.
36% June
99% July
112% July

2
30 128% Jan.

10
11

15
4

21
8

Jan.

21
20

147% May 11 162% Jan.

26

June 24 140%

124

110
51%
16%
107%

June
June
June
June
Jan.

99

13% July
16
Apr.
7% June
Jan.
June

103
63

6% June
29

17 113%
29 72%
14 24%
28 112%
7107
30 23%
8 18%
29 12%
7103
17 80
17 10%
18 36%

May
June 26

32

Jan. 25
Feb.
4
Feb.
3
Feb. 27
Feb. 15
Feb. 25
Jan. 21

47

36
June 26
J}4% July 29
7% June 17
62
Apr. 28

49

Mar. 6
Jan.
7
Jan. 16

Apr. 19
Jan. 11
Mar.
8
Jan. ll

43% Jan.
13% Jan.

8
16

83
Jan.
4% Mar.
30
Mar.

20
6

2
June 14
June 14
6
16% June 15 22% Feb.
8
17% July 30 35% Mar. 31
21
Apr. 28 £29% Mar. 9
80
May 19 94% Jan. 30
97
May 14 no
Feb. 18

20

5% Sale
35% Sale
112% 114%
100%
33
60

126%

Sale
35
75

Sale
90

25

100

Sale

104

"17% "19"
49%

Sale

60

Sale
12%

11%
19

19%

62%
63%
32% Sale
4

53%
2%
5%

11%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

17

20

26

32

Sale
100
106

Sale
Sale
Sale
93
94
1% Sale
12%
13%
39% 40

107%
20%
39

1% Sale
4% Sale
39% Sale
6%
8%
87% Sale
28 % Sale
12% Sale
34
Sale
100
103
10
Sale

55%

59%
Sale
Sale
al04%Sale
12%
13
44
Sale
34%
28%

Jan.

6

27% Jan.
109

Jan.

2
9% Feb. 18
4 47% Mar. 11
19124
Apr. 23

97% June 21 110% Mar. 10
June 29 49% Apr. 14
Jan. 21
98
Apr. 14
126% June 10 139
Apr. 17
89
June 10 95% Jan. 26
22% May 18 30% Jan, 14
101
July 21 112
Jan.
8
tsjj July 24
July 27
xl6% June 14 34% Jan. 22
49
May 17 58
Jan.
8
59% June 30 67
Jan. 26
11% May 28 14
Feb. 23
19
June 21
31 % Feb.
4
60
Apr. 27 86% Mar. 10
30
June 28 z38
June 4
3% June 17
9% Feb. 19
43% Jan. 21
65
Mar. 11
2% June 21
4% Mar. 17
4% June 2*
11% Feb. 25
11
Jan. 27
20% Mar.
5
26
May 27
37% Mar. 11
31
May If
46
Jan. 13
95
July
S 103
Mar. 6
99
July
9 113
Jan.
6
104% June 29 113
Feb.
3
14% Jan.
4 27% Mar. 2
38% June 30 51% Mar. 17
93% May 18 98% Mar. 15
1% May 13
3% Feb.
9
12% June 28 23% Feb. 10
^38
Jan. 11 45% Jan, 14
32

71

1 % June
4

2% Jan.

24

June 29

36% May 13

8%
54%
11%
95%
34
17%
42%
120
14

Jan.
Apr.
Mar.
July
Feb.
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.
Feb.

2
2
5

6% June 29
1
81
Jan.
4
20
26
Apr. 28
4
12
June 17
10
29
Jan.
5
10
95
May 13
10
9
Apr. 28
1
53
JJuly 21 65
Jan. 21
34
July 28 44
Feb.
8
25% Apr. 28 34% Feb. 19
102% May
4 105% Feb.
2
12
June 29 17% Mar. 11
40
May 13 58
Mar. 16
t,28May 10
1is Apr. 28
x3% July 23
4% Apr. 21
42
Jan. 28
60% Apr. 22
98% Apr. 29 102% Feb.
4
85% Jan.
2 197
Mar. 10
96
June 17120
Mar. 8
27
June 14 54% Jan. 11
29% June 28 40% Feb. 16
19% June 21 29% Feb. 15
16% Jan. 15 22
July 30
110
Mar. 18115
3% June 14
6%
32% June 17 42%
141
Mar. 29155

22% May 13
40% June 28

June 9
Feb. 26
Jan. 12
Jan.
2

32% Jan.

13

65% Mar. 11

June 28

43% Mar. 17
60% Mar. 6
65% Jan. 20

6% June 28

11% Mar. 16

24

Jan.

4

37% June 29
49

77% Mar. 17
July 21 104% Jan.
7
5% June 14
9% Jan. 28
17% June 14 31
Feb. 26
75
May 22 94
Feb.
2

60

93

For footnotes see page 40




June 24

Aug., 1937]
AGGREGATE
In

30,700
7,000

670

95,700
4,090
4,100

75,200

"8", 900
59,100
49,500
3,200
10,300
700

50,600
50,200
600

101,100
600

5,700
25,900
2,700
68,100
92,300
2,200
570

Sperry Corp (The)

1654
21% Sale
26 X
29)4 Sale
rc45X
51
• 51)4
21X
81X

1

v t c

Splcer Mfft Co
$3

preferred A
Spiegel Co Inc

—*
....2

cony

Cony $4.50

*

pref

Square D Co class B—

1

Standard Brands.........—*

\ Preferred

....*
Stand Com'l Tobacco......1
{Standard Gas 8c Elec
•

10)|

$4 preferred..

Stand Oil of Calif.

•

Standard Oil ef N J

....25

69 %

37

Sterling Products Inc.. ..10
Stewart Warner Corp......5
Stokely Bros 8c Co Inc
1

71X Sale

63 X

"2954 Sale"

1

...

1354 Sale
7454
76

•

124

25,900 Telautograph

5

Sale

4X

39

Sale

32X
11)4
2554

29 X
31

31)4

Sale
13
Sale
32

19

Sale

.......25

Corp

Corp

(The)

110
14,200
5,100
1,200
7,200
17,700

55

6X

)4 Sale
Sale

38%

63%
1154
93%

65)4
12)4
95

11

71,400
527,100
48,400
615,200
: 12,000
328,700
127,600
738,100
288,400
92,700
352,400
5,500
129,900
13,500
356,800
36,500
78,230
3,700

900

119,300
5,800
20,600
13,100
55,300
17,700
2,500
20,400

,

700

8,100
1,200
39,800
1,400
6,500
250

14,000
4,300
8,500
4,800
54,800
42,700
10,200
2,400
3,600
80,200
39,500
1,000

Thompson Products........*
Thompson Starrett
*
Procured.

•

6)4 Sale
30%

23)4

Sale

Tlmken Roller Bear........*

Transatnsrica Corp........ *

73)4 Sale
17)4 Sale

Transc & West Air Inc

20

$4.50

Tran

conv

-.10

pref..._.......*

5

8c

WLllams Steel Forg*
TrI-Continenral Corp......*

6% preferred
Truax Traer

*

Coal..........*

Tmscon Steel Co

1C

...

20th Cent Fox Film Corp

*

$1.50 preferred
*
Twin City Rapid Transit...*
Preferred
100

35

14

...•

67

27,500
1,666,700
168,800
294,400
63,400
1.340
385,200
61,500
100,500
880,300
11,900
345,000

100

31,700
2,100
12,000
73,400
2,300
6,600

86

United Biscuit of Am

Preferred

*

.......100

United Carbon

•

United-Carr Fastener Corp.*
United Corp
•
Preferred
...*
....

United Drug Inc.......
United Dyewood
Preferred

5
10

....

^....100

United Electric Coal Cos..—5
United Eng 5c Foundry.....5
United Fruit..

..._..*

United Gas Ac Impt Co
.*
Preferred........ —,...*
United Paperboard Co.....10

98
Sale

10354 Sale
26

Sale

126)4 Sale
98

Sale

2554
27
28)4 Sale
2254 Sale
25
28)4
29 X
31
115
84

Sale

85

2954
6)4
4354
14)4
18)4
99 X
7)4

5,600
10,500
440

11,900
800

15,700
11,200
15,800
900

13,900
37,800
104,900
12,500
13,200
1,700
620,400
14,500
400

24,166
21,600
500

1,700
4; 1,200

89,600 U S 5c Foreign Secur Corp..*
4,700

33,000

6,100
90

22,800

•
...

126,700
9,600
301,900

Sale
Sale
102
Sale

47X

Sale

82)4

Sale

U S Hoffman Mach

...

5

141,100 United Stockyards Corp
1
244,200 United Storea A.
*
$6 conv preferred...
3,910
—.*
3,500 Universal-Cyclops Steel....1
8,000 Universal Leaf Tobacco
•
.

810

Preferred

15

Sale

31X

Sale

14
12 X

12

Sale

14

Sale

108

Sale

98

6X

IX
15 X
16 X

10%

11

17 %
92*

18
96*

2X
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

16

X

16 X
115X

18X

8% Sale
15X Sale
100
49 X
10 X

57 X
90

160

110

Sale
Sale
Sale

10X
18X
106X
52

Sale

13 X
59 X
93

Sale

91

Sale

66X
69X 69
100 X Sale
118X

Pow & Light A

1

4 •'•••

48 X
29 X

IX Sale
52

Sale

Sale

102 X Sale
9% Sale

11

21X

*83 X

Sale
Sale

3X
89
Sale

45
76 X

17
23 X

115
80 X

Sale

"79X "83"'

85

8X
3%
7X
24 X
4X
16 X

Sale

58

87 X

9X

Sale
Sale
Sale
65

Sale

32

75

10 X

19 X

92X 93X
27
28X
30X Sale
Sale
17 X Sale
19
22 X
19X
Sale
22X 23X
Sale
115
117
Sale
83
Sale
Sale
32 X
33
Sale
5X Sale
Sale
40X Sale,
Sale
12
Sale
Sale
20X Sale
100
98
100
Sale
7% Sale
47
53
55 X
Sale
77
Sale

27 X
16

30

^*7)4 Sale"

58 X
6X
34%
13 X

44%

91X Sale
26

Sale

Sale

12

34
62

126

56

Sale

12 X

101X Sale
25X Sale

29

132
169

1
2

8

94

3X
88

77

38 %

Sale

1

July
July

2

45X

' 5X

21X
96 X
23 X
62 X
13 X

162

Sale

39

Sale

5
99

July

July

39

.

27

166
167
17 % Sale
54 X
55)4

93 X

13 X
Sale
Sale

61X
62 X
9X
10X
85 X
86
9X Sale
3%
4X
8
8X

107

Sale
Sale

17 X
13 X
10X
49

6% July

Sale

38

122)4 Sale

Sale
Sale

52X

Sale

99 X
23 X

124

96

3)4
Sale

12 X

Sale
Sale
Sale

91

98
e

191,300 Vadsco Sales Corp..........*
Preferred.
2,630
..........100
539,800 Vanadium Corp of America.*




2 X Sale
Sale

80
72 X

94

,2)4
19

7%
38 X

132
124

Sale
135
128 X 129

157X 161
5% Sale
4X Sale

2
7
1
2
1
1
9

,

93
20 X
55 X

July
2
July
1
July
1
July
1
July 30
July
1
July 30
July
6
July
9
July
1
July 15
July
1
July
2
July 19
July
1
July
1
July
6
July
1
July
2
July
1
July
1
July
1
July
1
July 31
July
1
July
2
July 13
July
6
July
1
July
7
July
6
July 27

13
Sale
12 X
Sale
Sale
15
Sale
13 X
16X
17 X
18
Sale
17 X
8 X Sale
8H
8 X
8X
101X 103X 101X 103 X 101X
10 X Sale
10 X
11X
11X
15 X
17
17
17 X
17 X
32 X Sale
36 X Sale
32 X
40
43
45
47
44 X
8X
9X
9X Sale
9X
65
73
69 X
70
76
17 X Sale
18X
19
17)1 July

Sale

160% 164 X

40.

Sale
Sale
Sale

16

100

page

Sale

18 % S ale

100

see

3X
9X
Sale
Sale
19 X

18 X

Sale

13 X
64 X

29
1

38 X
62 X
17
14 X

13 X

31X
4X

100

For footnotes

17
93 X
20 X
56 X

36%

Plct 1st pref..

2,590 Universal
352,800 {Utilities

4%
18%

4454

110% 111)4
7
Sale

5)4% conv pref..
—.50
U S Industrial Alcohol._.._*
38
*
201,900 U S Leather
6)4
Class A
277,700
——...*
1354
Prior preferred
14,600
100
89
164,300 U 8 Pipe 5c Foundry.......20
62 X
423,300 U S Realty Ac Impt..._.._._*
1754
*
986,800 U S Rubber
46
205,700
8% 1st preferred.......100
96
181,100 (J S Smelt Ref 8c Mg.—..50
84
Preferred
13,400
50
75
4,520,700 United States Steel..
.100
77 X
89,400
7% preferred.—...
100 141
*
6,700 U S Tobacco
120
Preferred
580
100 166

110

340

Preferred

4,700 U S Dlstrib Corp
*
Preferred
10,010
100
88,600 U S Freight
*
57,200 U S Gypsum Co....
20
2,440
7% preferred..........100

24 X

3154
Sale

"

600
200
500

89

8X

4% Sale
93

4\4$|
58,200

Sale

83)4

KUIott Fisher..*

74,900 Union Tank Car
•
896,000 United Aircraft Corp....—.5
464,500 United Air Lines Transport.5
9,800 United American Bosch
*

6,800
3,000
165,500
15,800
14,500
5,900

Sale

43)4 Sale

99,300 Union Bag 5c Paper........*
326,600 Union Carbide Ac Car ._....*
654,400 Union Oil, California
25
108,800 Union Pacific
100
26,300
4% preferred
.....100

4,800
110

Sale

2054
2054
9)4 Sale
108
109)4
854 Sale
22
23

Coach Co—......1

108,000 Ulan 5c Go
71,000 Underwood

85
3

Timken-Detroit Axle Co...10

Tide Water Assoc Oil

9X Sale

6X July
10
July
39
July
40
July
2 X July
40 X July
42 X July
34
July
65 X July

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

30x July

50

26 X

IX

13
24
26

24

% July 20
91X July 28
46
July 26
13
July 12
9
July
10X July
24
July
46 X July
54 X July
2X July
45 X July
47 X July
36 X July
72 X July
40
July
64
July
19 X July
15X July

1

19 X
14 x
11X
50 X

7
13 %

65

7X
40

15X
13 X
48 X
40
62

10X
87

9X
4X
9X
27

5X
23

21X
97 X
24 X
65 X
13 X
16 X
20
9

102

11X
19

37 X
46 X
11

77
20 X

13
26
26
26
26
13
21
23
12
22
27
31
23
19
24

July 12
July 13
July 15
July 27
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

2X July

4
1
July
July
1 91 x July
July
2 82
July
99
July
2 103 % July
23 X July
1 26 X July
122
July
1 133
July
90 X July 10
93
July
25 X July
1 28 X July
27 X July
1 31X July
15 X Juiy
18 X Juiy
1
17
July
2 21
July
22 X July
2 24
July
115
July
1 117% July
80
July 29 90
July
30X July 16 32 X July
4 X July
1
6X July
36 X July
1 41X July
11
12 X July
July'
1
19 X July
8 22
July
98
July
6 100
July
6X July
1
7X July
46
July
2 56
July
75
July 26 80 X July
12
July
1 14 X July
102 X July
1 109
July
9)1 July 1 11X July
80
71

5X July

Sale
80

4 X July
65
July

51

49

Sale

31

36

IX

50

52
Sale

2

24
24
12

15
2

11

11
23
8
20

33

June 17

36 X June 17

2%
39 X
40X
30 X

June
June
June
May
54
Apr.
34X Jan.
62 X July
17
14
17
12

12
17
14
14
28
2
22

June 17
June 29

8

72% Jan.

22
8
8
12
7

Jan.

11

65
4

50
50

Jan.

Feb. 19
Feb.
9

36 X July 12
76
Mar. 9
48
Mar. 5
75

Jan.

29

June 17

Feb. 11
17X Jan. 20
33% Jan.
9

June 24

20

21

Feb.

17

65

27 77% Jan. 11
17 125
Jan.
4
23 20 X July 12
29 61X Feb.
3
17
7X Mar. 2
25 47 X Mar. 11
1
39% Jan. 25
13
Jan.
8 20% Jan. 20
21X June 14 28% Mar. 8
29 X June 16
33% Mar. 31

May
118X June
17 X July
37 X June
4X June
28X June
31
July

15 X May 14

23 X Jan.

11% May 14

17% Jan.
15X Jan.

20
21
8

57% Feb.

2

10 X June 26
48 X June 28

2% June 17

6% Jan.

25

73
63

June 14 100% Jan.
8
Feb. 17
91% Mar. 27
95
Apr. 28 111
Feb. 20
22% June 28 28 X Feb.
4
122
July
1 148 X Mar. 10
90 X May
7 99X Jan. 13
24 X June 14
31% Feb.
4

13
20
20
23
15
23 X May 18 35% Mar.
14
5
,
8
14% June 15 24X Jan. 12
17
June 21
9
31X Feb. 10
22 X June 17
16
30X Jan. 11
13 113X Mar. 16 117 X Feb.
6
Feb.
14
3
69X Apr. 28 91
29
29
Apr. 30 35
Mar. 17
4
June 17
26
8% Jan. 14
32 X June 15 46% Jan. 14
26
10 X June 29
16
Mar.
8
12
6
18% Jan.
4 26 X Apr. 19
21
96X Jan. 26 106X Feb. 20
24
5% June 17
9% Mar. 3
45 X June 17
27
63
Mar. 11
75
13
July 26 86X Mar. 19
II
June 14
17
Jan. 14
26
28 102 X July
1 113% Jan. 14
16
6% Jan.
4 16% Feb.
8

July 13
July 28
July 23
July
6
July
6
July 26
July
2
July
9

IX July
51
July
31X July

Jan.

19X June 14 28 X Feb.
2 95% Apr.
37X Apr. 26 48% Mar.
11X June 17 16 X Jan.
120% Apr. 30 128% Feb.
6% June 17 12X Jan.
5X May 18 14% Mar.
13
June 14 32% Mar.
80 X July

147

IX July
48
July
26 X July

2

Jan.

23X Jan. 12
34% Apr.
6

15
June 30 24X
15X July
1 19
July 27
July
7 96
92
June 11 100 X
July
8
IX July 13
IX July 13
IX Apr. 29
3%
15
July
2 16 X July 26
Sale
11X May 17 20%
19 X July 12
Sale
16X July 31
15X June
5 34%
July
1 119
Sale 106
July 26 zl03XJune 14 137
161
162
July
9 164
July
6 156
May 10 172
2 20
19X 16 X July
July 21 115 X June 29 23%
56
60
July
1 60 X July 19
53X Jan. 11 70
29 X July
Sale
2 34 X July 27
28
June 18
43 X
8% July
10 X July 22
1
6X Jan.
2
15%
Saje
15 X July
19 X July 24
1
18X
13X Jan.
4 22X
107 X July 27 110
89
Jan.
4 112
110
July 22
49 X July
53
55
44 X June 14
1
July 10
72X
10 X July
13 X July 27
1
Sale
10
May 13
19%
56 X July
67 X July
1
Sale
6
44X Jan.
4 72%
89 X July
Sale
2 95
July 13
81% June 17 118
Sale
78
June 17 105
*83% July
1 93
July 21
70 X 67
66 X June 21
July
9 70
July 20
75%
99
July
2 119X July 20
75
Jan.
4 126%
Sale
Sale. ar.130
July
8 137
July 28 126% June 14 150
127 X July 21 129
130
July 22 120
May 15 136

161
6% Sale

1%

9

June 14

I 6X June 16
8
8% Jan. 12
10X Apr. 28 15% Mar. 8
20
26
50% Jan. 18 65% Apr. 22
6
June 29
20
9% Mar. 15
33 X June 17
44
26
Mar. 30
7
11X May 13 16% Jan. 22
10
June 14
19
15% Jan. 28
21
42X Apr. 29 54X Mar. 6
32
June 30
28
48
Feb. 19
62
Feb.
9
64
Jan. 13
9
28
9X Apr. 29 13X Mar. 1
85
Apr.
6 93% Jan.
15
4
23
7X June 17 13% Feb.
3
3
June 22
23
8% Jan. 13
7
7% June 17 15% Mar. 5
23
Mar. 22 28% Feb. 11
31
26
3% June 17 10X Jan. 25
17 X June 16
7
40X Jan. 25
15 X June 17
31
21% Feb.
4
June 10
20
91X May 20 98
17 X June 14 28% Feb. 11
20
55
June 28 79
Feb.
24
4
12 X June 16
17 X Feb.
8
3
13
June 28
22 X Jan. 11
12
16
June 14
27 X Jan. 22
20
27
7X June 28 11% Mar. 8
8 101X June 28 109% Jan. 21
21
Mar.
8X Jan. 11 12
3
14
June 12
8
26% Mar. 8
30 X June 29
26
40% Mar. 13
39
June 28 50
Mar. 13
26
20
8X June 28 17X Jan. 22
66
19
Jan. 20
Apr. 29 94
Mar. 29
12
16% June 14 25

156
5

16

26 X July
1
44
June 29

93

1
7X
1
5X
62
65
68
65
2
19 X Sale
19 X July
1
18^ IV&
20%
75X 76X 73X 77X 74
July 28 78
144
144 X July 10 155
152
147
154
65
64
75
July 30 75
61
65
IX Sale
IX July
1
2X
2% Sale

IX

29X July

19 X July

33 X July
50
July

1
July 21
Sale
July 22
Sale
July
1
15X
July
1
Sale
19 X July
1 26
July
12 X July
Sale
2 14 X July
7
69
67
July
1 69
July
9
121
119
July
2 124
July 19
17 X July 23
Sale
20 x July I2
43
38 X July
6 44 X July 12
Sale
4 X July
1
5X July 13
29 X July
Sale
1 35 X July
9
34
31
July
1 35
July 23
Sale
16X July 13 17 X July 31
Sale
23
July
1 24 X July
9
Sale
30 X July
1 32 X July 29
41

Sale

7

40

34
62 X

7
12 X
Sale

11)4
26)4

21

...

Sale

8% Sale

34
Sale

65,400 Twin'

.

25

...

10 X

45
32
62

6X
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

6X

....

20,700 Thompson (J R)

14

50%

34 X
14 X

12

7% preferred.......... 100
Thermold Co..............1
43,200 Third Avenue
100

17

50X

58 X

Sale

47

1,870

5

Sale

10X

8)4 Sale

37

382,400

Sale
Sale

18%

3854 Sale

1

_#

119%
,|18 X
42 X

11

12 X

Sale

The Fair Co

68

32 X

6X

14

19,000

15%
24 X
13 X

49

31,800 Texas 5c Pacific..........100
36,200 Thatcher Mfg.i..„. ....—•
2,400
$3.60 conv preferred..
*

200

64
18 X

17 X Sale
13 X Sale

Sale

8

*

Tex Pac Ld Trust ctfs

70

39X

Sale

12)4 Sale

28

Sale
40
Sale
Sale
Sale

10%

5

Texas Gulf Sulphur...
•
Texas Pacific Coal 5c Oil...10

Sale
Sale
40
Sale

.....

30X Sale

1454 Sale

5

Texas Gulf Producing Co

2%

46

Sale

15X

8)| July

52 X

33 X
31
17 X
23 X

23

July
11X July

2%

"54"" Sale* x39~~ Sale

1

......10#

-

Tennessee Corp
Texas

125

39

44 X

Sale
121

67

Sale

46

3

17 X
14X
19 X Sale
12 X Sale

Sale

•

Stone 8c Webster

Studebaker Corp..
Sun Oil

174,900
Without warrants........ 1
33.100 Talcott (James) Inc.i«...—9
2,800
5% % preferred..........50

2,100

6,600

65 X

Sale

6
1
2
1
1

51X

Sale

1

20 X July
80 X July

43

34X

34)4 Sale

Symington-Gould Corp with
stock purchase warrants. 1

446,500
1,801,150
674,700
236,700
660,900
536,800

2X
41
42 X

26 X July

44% July

Sale

8% Sale
9X
| Sale
22 X Sale

40

Highest

Sale Prices
29 X July
9
16 X July
1

Sale

12 X Sale

Sale

Starrett Co (The L S)

17 %

23 X
89
45 X

Sale
Sale

40

68

65% 67
3%
354
43)4 Sale
48)4 Sale
29)4 32)4

Standard Oil Co of Ind
25
Standard Oil of Kansas....10

317,700

1,600
22,800
150,950
27,600
28,000
48,900
53,900
2,300
2,700

6%
16 X
35 X

26% Sale
56

llH §§*

8X Sale

11%
Sale

9

Lowest

Ask

figs®

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

39
12

41% Sale

$7 prior preferred
*
Standard Investing Corp—*

Swift & Co
Swift Internat Ltd

70

30

15% Sale
124)4 127)4

$6 prior preferred........*

231,300
74,800

•v

18.200
18,500
1,100

v?

36

48,200 Sutherland Paper Co
...10
17,400 Sweets Go of Amer (The)..50

500
18,100
6,900

,

Spencer Kellogg ft Sons....*

Ask
Sale

July 31

Ask Bid
Sale

Bid

1,333,400 Superior Oil
163,600 Superior Steel

„

July 1
Bid

Par

6% preferred...........100
22,900 Sunshine Mining Co
10
94,000 Superheater Co (The)
•

y

Jan. 2
1937

,

v;

3,670

22.900
5,100
61,900
6,600
1,300

;;

.V:

15,200
491,500
46,900
5,750
598,600
10,630
49,500
837,400
4,990
92,400
678,900
449,700
31,000
113,900
18,900
656,200
391,033
■•4,800
1,207,900
19,000
55,800
286,500
55,500
251,000
1,434,600
22,600

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Price

Shares

1,500

:jy

PRICES IN JULY

STOCKS
N. T. STOCK EXCHANGE

Jan. 1

-

Shares

?

SALES
Since

July

v

S§;Iifcf'CSN^T/STOCJK EXCHANGE—STOCKS

7
7

16|

Mar. 0
Feb.
3
Jan. 28

Jan.

19

Jan.
Feb.

13

Feb.

Mar. 22

Feb.
9
Mar. 13
Mar. 17
Mar. 30

Mar. 9
Jan. 12
Mar. 31
Feb. 18
Mar. 11

Jan.

18

Mar. 11
Jan.

22
Mar. 9
Jan.
5

Apr. 29 169
x5% June 30
9% Feb.
8% Feb.
3% May 17
65
June 11
84% Jan.
18% June 30 21
May
68
Jan.
May 13 86
142 X May 17 164
Jan.

9
5

11
17
21
19

Jan.

18

1% June 17

4% Jan.

13

IX May 13

2% Jan.
58% Jan.

63

48

June 18 108

3
4

Mar. 22

Jan.

4

24% June 14

20
20
39% Mar. 11

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

N. Y. STOCK
SALES

AGGREGATE

N.Y. STOCK

Since

PRICES

STOCKS
EXCHANGE

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

IN JULY

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Jan. 1

Shares

.V'%.
Par
50,000 Van Raalte Co.............5
590
7% lit prefer red....... 100
! 29,300 Vlck Chemical Co
5
140 Vicks Shr & Pac Ry Co—100
200
5% non-cum pref
...100
698,800 Va Caro Chemical
*
227,960
6% preferred.-.100
4,100 Virginia Elec Ac Power 4% pf*
7,940 Virginia Iron. Coal Ac CokelOO
4,730
57 preferred
100
5,000 Virginia Ry Co pref
100
4,370 Vulcan Detlnning_._....100

Shares

3,300
"

2,606

310

7%

33% July

7%

46

18
19%
23%
28
5% Sale
85

65

12% Sale
45
61
% Sale
7% Sale
22
30%
41 %. Sale
27
29%

44% Sale
4%
1%

65,500 Webster Blsealohr.........*
6,370 Wells Fargo Ac Co
1
145,200 Wesson Oil 9cSnowdrift
*
9,500
$4 con* preferred
....*
3,110 West Penn El Co
8,190
77 preferred
100
6,065
6% preferred
100
3,280 West Penn Pow pref 7%..100

4%
1%

45

Sale

80%

Sale

......

92
81

45% Sale
41% Sale
Sale
149
Sale
22

Sale

36

37

18%

20%

29

30%

102

114

Preferred receipts..

21% Sale
15% Sale

3%
27

3%
Sale

109

106
91 %

■

90%
110

70%
56%
26%
128
40%
93%
100
38%

..

d Change

r

Oasb sales,

6

x Ex-dividend.

of name from International Printing Ink Corp.




,

y Ex-rlghts.

2 122 % Jan* 11
4
15
15
28
24

51% July 15

19

24

May
5
June 17

5% June 21
75
May
3

11K May 13
July 17
H May 18
634 Feb. 1
22
June 15
33% Apr. 28
26% June 28
4234 June 29

56

4
1

May 14
July 15

19%
50%
10%
99%
18

Jan.
8
Feb.
1
Feb. 20
Mar. 2

Jan.
5
09% Jan. 23
1 % Feb. 17
12% Jan. 25
3534 Jan. 16
46
Mar. 10
38% Feb. 19
48% June 10

9% Feb.

J

2% Jan.

9

4334 May 14
56
Mat. 17
80
Mar. 13
84% Feb.
4
89
July 14 102
Jan.
9

9034 June 17 109
Feb.
81
July
1 £10034 Jan.
Apr. 10 123% Mar.
110% Apr.
9 115% Jan.
24June 21
29% July
7 H June 17
11% Mar.
13% June 17
23% Mar.
2
June 25
4% Mar.

118

11
19
9

8
12
5

6
17

534 June 25

11% Mar. 17

41% June 28

83% Jan. 22

£4034 June 29
57% Mar. 6
13034 Apr. 12 167% Jan. 22
143
May 14 170
Jan. 22
21
May 17
30% Jan. 22

12

July "26
61% July 31
July 30
120% July 31
21% July
6
24% July 22
16% July 19
5% July 27
39% July 31

5%
10%
82%
50%
41%

5
4

24
4

121

208,900 Wllcos OH 9c Gas
A
962,900 Wilson 9c Co
•
20,400
16 cum preferred....... 100
533,500 Woolworth (F W)
1«
130,300 Worthlngton P 9c M.„.
100
38,280
7% preferred MArt......10*
160
7% pref A stamped....^l00
31 530
'preferred- it
1,600
6% pref B stamped
100
4,780 Wright Aeronautical Corp..*
23.700 Wrtgley (Wm) Jr
*
28,100 Yale Ac Towne Mfg Ca~
25
2,474,200 Yel Trk At C'ch class B
1
6,970
7% preferred
10f
44,400 Young 6pring Ac Wire
*
597,000 Youngst'n Sh At Tube
*
9,000
5%% preferred
100
172,300 Zenith Radio Corp
•
202,600 'nnlte Prod nets Corp
1

Deferred delivery.

31% July

"*7

Mar.

42Apr. 28

t

52
July 2C
45% July lc
156% July 21
162
July 28
25
July 12
37% July 27
22
July 14

98

Jan.
Jan.

10% Mar. 16
18H Mar. 16
16
Mar. 17
19% Feb. 11
49
Feb.
8
89
July 24
1834 Mar. 11

119"

"21 "Sale"

1,900 White Dental Mfg Co (S S).20
657,200 White Mnto. Co...
1
46,000 White Rock Min Spgs ctls..*
88,400 White Sewing Mach_.
32,600
Convertible preferred....*

a

7% July

48% Sale
104
105%

100

3% Jan.
734s July
6% July
1% July
24 % June
84% June
1154 Jan.

July 15
July 23
July 12
July 16

July 30
July 31
96% July 30
121
July 12
114
July 22
29% July 12
8% July 12
16
July
7
3
July
7

113

5%% con* pref
...100
283,300 Wheeling Steel Corp.....
•

•No par value.

5%
1%
46%
82%
102

142

760

8

101

2% Sale
5%
6%

800 Wheel'g Ac Lake Erie Ry ColOO

July

July
8
July 16
July
9
July 13
89
July 24
16% July 26
51% July 15
19% July 10
33
July
9
7% July
9
77% July
8
15% July 21
62
July 26
% July
1
9% July 24
25
July 21
44% July 13
32
July 30
48% July 26

90

113% 114
24% Sale
7%
7%
13%
16%

456,900 Western Union Teleg__..100
327,800 Westlnghouse Air Brake
*
283,400 Westlnghouse El Ac Mfg..50
3,520
77 1st preferred
.....50
95,600 Weston El Instrument......*
1,510
Class A
..._.•
40,300 Westvaco Chlorine Prod
•
22,100
5% preferred
30

6%
12%
11%
13 %
29%

Sale
Sale

120%

3,390
7< preferred..
iao
23,100 Western Auto Supply Co..10
180,900 Western Maryland
100
32,600
Second preferred...... 100
65,900 Western Pacific..:...
100
206,100
6% preferred...........100

200

Sale

45

t Warren Bros

Preferred

Sale

Sale
14% Sale

$3.85 con* preferred.....*
tWarner-Ouinlan..._......*

21,700

117# Feb.

13

Convertible preferred
..*
Warren Fdry Ac Pipe
*
Waukesha Motor Co
5
35,400 Wayne Pump Co...
......1

-

125

25%
8534

1,491,100 Warner Bros Pictures^.....5

Mar. 12

80

5% Sale
9%
9%
6%
11%

25,400 Ward Baking class A..
*
345,900
Class B
•
5,900
7% preferred..........100
4,700
126,600
439,400
21,700
99,200
47,100

,79,, K'

7%

119

Jan. 20
Mar. 5
May 12
Mar. 27
Feb. 26
Apr.
6
Apr.
6
Feb. 15

115^

128

72

';Preferred......!.........*

13,200

;

32
June 29 44%
111% Mar. 27
40% June 17 47
80
Mar*27 80
Mar. 18 88
85
7
June 17
12%
48% June 17 74%
105
June 29 115
6% Apr. 28 12%
20% June 17 37
124
Apr. 26135

23%

120

213,600
Preferred
7,320
Preferred B
100
95,500 Waldorf System.....
*
85,900 Walgreen Co.__:...
3,000
4^% pref with warr.... 100
1,101,500 Walworth Co
»•
116,600 Walker(H) Gooder & W Ltd.*

19

July

Sale

6%

106
A ............100

12

42

Sale

20

1

37 % July

I

Sale

52

107

pref«n«d..w.....Ml00

150,500 tWabash

2

40% July

July 12
July 19
July 13
July 28
July 31
July
July

31
16

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

23
30
6
20
23
22
7
22
23
27
15
7

2 39
19
June 1/
27%
2934 May 27 34%
90
Jan. 18 115
114
Jan. 18 123%
38
Jan.
4 65
99
May 20121
107
July
8 120%
20
June 29
23%
20
June 17
33%
14% May 15 18%
3% June 17
6%
25
June 17 46%
35% July

May 6
Feb. 23
Jan.
7
Apr. 13
May
6
Mar. 11
July 30
July 31
May 15
Feb. 16

Jan. 25
Mar. 22
Jan.
4

4% Apr. 28
6% Jan. 25
8% June 16
12% Feb. 27
June 14 91 % Mar. 22
43% June 29
65% Jan. 20
30% June 18 47
Jan. 22
81
Jan.
4 112% Mar. 25
105% July 19 106
July 16
76% June 30 100
Mar. 10
82 34 July 12
90% July 30
90
May 18 128
Mar. 6
65% July
2 76
Jan.
7
48
June 15 62% Jan. 27
2034 Jan.
4 37% Jan. 16
123
Apr. 28 142
Jan. 23
35% June 21 46% Feb. 15
74% June 17 101% Mar 6c
97% June
2 115
Jan. 27
30
June 17 40% Feb. 17
4% June 17
9% Jan. 16

t Companies reported In receivership
' 1
• -

77

Y Called for redemption.

1

New York
MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE
Stock Sales

July

1937

Jain. 1 to

July 31.

1936

4,962,946

Shares.

8,511,143
83,411,412

70,964,277

NOTICE.—Deferred delivery, under the rule and
outside of the regular monthly range are shown In

AGGREGATE
In

July

4,400
4,600

PRICES IN JULY

STOCKS

Par

27,400 Air Devices Corp common.
33,500 Air Investors Inc common..*
9,200
Convertible preferred
*
40,200
Warrants
5,250 Ala Gt Sou RR
ordinary...50
4,360 Ala Power Co 97 pre*
*
16 preferred
3,430
*

2,700
200

1,100
400

690

450

10

"""900

Bid

4

1,000
4,800

Class A.................25

9,800

14,500
1,000

6% preferred

81,300 American

...100

Airlines

Inc.... 10

21,300 Amer Beverage
Corp..

50

790 American Book Co

6,500

I
100

800
300

.110,600 Amer Box Board Co com
1
3,600 Amer Capital Corp d A.. 10c
17,400
Common class B..^w^.l0c
13 preferred
2,200
......*

32.200

3,325

12,625
14,725
101,000

10,900

9,300
1,600
75

14,350
1,400

1,100

12,950

260

25
%

Sale

900

39300
500

9,700
58,000
2,700
6,500
900

400

320

12,100
13,200
77,600
11,700
140

2,500
8,600

$2

225*

American deposit recta..£1

'M 92,600 Assoc Gas A Elec

400
25

4,400
280

13~406
3,600
12,000
6,500
Far footnotes

544,500
47,500
306,500

Class A
95 preferred

com

July

3

July

29

19% July
16% July
July

30
19

3

3

3%

53




16

21% Sale

115"

123
31

115

123% 125

Sale
Sale

<1* elK

4%
28%
14%
2%
4%
28

July

122

Sale

July
July 31
July 12
July
"
July
July 16

63

$

20

12%

6S

1

38

80% 84
4% Sale

Sale

33
;;

21
Sale

34%
34%
5%

30% Sale

33% Sale

117

35
36
5%

June 18
June 29
Jan.
4

2

3

80

67

87

12

3% July

14

19% July 30
16% July 19
21% July 19

June

30 77
22 125
18
5%
10
5%
15
2%
19
June 28 24
16% July 19 16%
21
July 12 26%

150

July-

|420

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

111

17
8

118
125

28%
2

64%
21%
6%
%

Apr.
Apr.
16% June

30% July
31% July
3% July
1

July

nJK

62

19

21

Sale

M

30% Sale
106

Sale

34%
41%

18

108

9%
30%

Sale

I?5
20%

18

28%

36
17

22

19%

36% Sale
108% 109%
10% Sale
31
31%

35%

36

24

24%

23

24

2lk

25%
Sale

26% Sale
17% Sale

26%
18%

28

Sale

26

25

26%
19%
26%

33

Sale

"1%

Sale '

55

Sale

1

n

24 >4

28

32*
9
2%

92

fit

10>
Sale
96%

44% Sale

47

49

70

70

39

42

%
45

Sale

.

Sale
Sale

1*
47

Sale

28%

7

50
Sale

9

1% Sale
93%
36 % Sale
4% Sale
92

3%

3%
6%
30%

6

28

103

Sale

43%

41

6%
8%
1% Sale
92

25%

Sale

12%

1% Sale

1

26%
4%
4%
3% Sale
6% Sale

Sale

13
Sale

4

Sale

33%

Sale

32

22

July
July
17% July
26% July
44
July
26

July
3% July
19% July
July
July
10% July
31% July
36% July
24% July

June
June

27
13
1
14
1

Sale
1% Sale

Sale
7% Sale
8% Sale
78
Sale

1%
1%
7% Sale
7% Sale
8%
9

10% Sale
5%
6

11% 11%
5% Sale

11%

12

11%
1%
1%
2% Sale

,

1%
2%

Sale

19

Sale

12*6

1%
3

Sale

21

101% July
1
July
7
July
7
July
8% July
78
July
10% July

2

July 28
1% July
*
July
8% July
9% July 27
85
July 22
11% July
7

5% July 31

QK July 12

11% July ;'7

12% July 21
1% July
9
3% July 26
25
July 24
% July
9
% July
6

1

16

15
1

1% July
2% July

2

July

1

19

1

At July

7

% July

% Sale

28

July

11% Sale

8

6

July 30

Sale

July

9

3%

3%
Sale

3% Sale

2

Saieb

21%
22%
1% Sale
5% Sale

2% Sale
25%
26%
1

%, Sale

5%

Sale

1%
22%
1 %
5%

July
1
July
7
July
1
July 30

.

"6" July"

1

May 14
May 14
Apr. 28

76% June

6
14

"2% July""6
28
24
1

Feb.
5
Jan. 22

37

Mar. 22

38

Feb.

20

26% Jan. 16
28% Jan.
4
54% Apr. 21
82
Mar. 18
2% Mar. 29
59

Jan.

11

2% Jan. 20
Apr.
7
10% Jan. 14
3
Jan. 13
53

99

59%
4%
5%
8%
42%

Jan. 23
Jan. 14
Jan. 14
Jan. 11
Feb. 26
Feb.
8

1

7

3
Feb. 16
12% Feb.
8
13% Feb.
8
10% Jan. 16

96

Jan.

11

10% June 14
5% June 17

15% Feb.
5
8% Jan. 11

10% Apr. 26
1% June 15
2% June 17

13% Feb. 11

June 17

May 22
May
7
7
6
July
6
7% June 29

'% Jan.

54% July 20

26% July
2 % July
6% July

14

June 29

47

87
20

June 15
Mar. 22

June

1

7
18

101% Julyl 7 110% Jan.

8

8% July

6

5% Jan. 26
26% June 30

7 106
1

2

24% June 28
4% May 12
3

Feb.

42

5% May 25
88

14
13
3
6
22

32

Mar. 18

Jan.

6
12

48% Jan. 14
5
112% Jan.
12
Mar. 6
36% Feb. 11

40% June 26
00^ July 22

38

9

22

24

July
July

Jan.

29

Jan.
136
5% Jan.
4% Jan.

June
June

23% July 30 *20
May
28
July 26
24% Jan. 18
19% July 26
17% June 26
26% July 20
26% July 14
49
July 23
32% Jan. 26
2
July
43% July
% July
50
July
9% July
2
July
93
July
38% July
4% July
3% July
6% July
30% July

Mar. 20

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
8
Feb.
36
35% Jan.
125
Mar.

3% May
33% Jan.
26% Apr.
118
Apr.

82

1% July
July
% July 22
45
July
*
6% July 14
1% July
91 % July 22
July
July
July
July 20
July 20
42

2
28

Jan.

Jan.

5% July

June
31% June

17

Mar. 18
Mar. 4

Mar. 10
,XM Feb. 10
42
Feb. 20
89% Mar. 15

30

W*
36

19
Feb. 19

Jan.

3% June

A

6

Jan.
July

24* Apr. 13

June
June
106
June
9% June
June

1?!*

22
2
Mar. 9
Jan. 15

m Mar.

Jan.

4% Apr.

85

90

1% Sale

26

Sale
Sale

4% July
1% July
19
July
30% July
108
July
9]
July
30}
July
36
July
17
July

11
22
22

May
7
32% Jan. 12

17% Feb.
6% July
% June

6

June
Jan.
Jan.
Apr.
Jan.

131

June
June

124

5% Sale
3
3%

4%
Sale

140

19

5% July

35

\m

Jan.

June

120

35% July 27
36
July 27
5% July 26

30% July

m

June

98%

34
84

22

1

59% June
125
Apr.
2% June
3% June
1% May

117

120

4%
Sale

5% jan. 14
34% Jan. 13
1% Jan. 12

75

5X

3% July

4

65

July 24
July 20

1
1

Feb.
May

22

1

38

80% 84
3% Sale

32%
30
31%
3% Sale
30%

6*

Sale

11

56% Jan. 19
Mar. 31
6% Mar. 4
38,
May
3
24

7

114%
16%
7%
115% 105%

1% Sale
62% 66

14 £

9

25% June 28
% June
4
72% Jan.
7

July
July
July
July
123
July
23% July
1% July
62
July
18% July

26

Jan.

June 28
Feb.
5

Sale Prices

% July 27
78% July 20

138 % July

2
65
Sale

J*

21

116% Sale
17
16%

23% Sale

19%

2%

.....

22

108% Sale

1

•

19

3%
4

107'" Sale'

1

Warrants
11,100 Assoc Laundries of Amer...*
5,000
V t c common............*
75 Assoc Tel A Tel class A
*
91,200 Atlantic Coast Fisheries....*
6,550 Atlantic Coast Line Co
50
60 Atlantic Gas Light pref..100
156,400 Atlas Corp warrants
77,300 Atlas Plywood Corp.._._...*
319,100 Austin Silver Mines
....1
87,300 Automatic Products Corp..5
see page

1

147

41,500 Anchor Post Fence com
•
69,200 Angostura Wupperman.,
1
20,300 Apex Elec Mfg Co common
*
Appalachian Elec Power—
2,570
$7 preferred
.....*
290,700 A returns Radio Tube
..l
292,900 Arkansas Nat Gas com
*
1,225,800
Class A
•
113,300
Preferred
...10
570 Arkansas P A L $7 pref
•
26,300 Art Metal Works common...5
243,800 Ashland Oil A Refining Co.l
16,900

27

139% Sale
114% Sale
16%
17

Sale

Associated Elec Industries—

1,900
3,200
32,400
9,100
19,300

% July

73% July
69
July

*17% Sale"

153

preferred.............. 1

6,700 Amer Pneumatic Service....*
4,700 Amer Potash A Chem Corp..*
19,700 Amer Seal-KapCorp com__..2
827,600 American Superpower......*
15,000
1st preferred.
42,400
Preferred...
..........*
18,000 Amer Thread preferred
5

350

27

%

14

22%

$2.50 preferred...
1
Amer Hard Rubber Co
com.50

784,400 American Maracalbo....... 1
18,900 American Meter Co
•

600

29

3%

5 % Sale
3%
4%

Amer Cities Power At Lt
Corp
Conv class A
25
Class A with warrants...25

40,300 Amer Laund Mach com
20
88,100 Amer Light A Trac com
25
3,750
6% preferred...
.....25
12,875 Amer Mfg Co common
10S
25
Preferred.
100

500

2,800
1,900

%

79%

60

27

74% Sale

Highest

Sale Prices
42
May 14
21

%
77%

4

1,360 Amer Investment (III) com..*

2,000
7,300

6

July
27
July
12% July
2% July
3% July

4

"60 ~ Sale

■•ft 425 Amer Dist Tel N J common..*
530
7% conv preferred......100
10,700 American Equities Co
*
169,100 Amer A Foreign Power warr_.
10,300 Amer Fork A Hoe Co com...*
298,400 American Gas A Elec com...*
12,420
Preferred.
....._.*
94,400 American General
Corp
10c

2,400
8,800
1,200
32,200
1,425

July

Lowest

Sale Prices
52
July 26

25

26

Tp
74]?

Highest

Sale Prices

3%
4
28% Sale
13%
141
2% Sale
3%
4

27
Sale
Sale

3%

Class B............
1
225 Amer Cyanamld com cl
A.. 10
393,700
Common class B
.10

55406

j

4

23%
12%
2%

"""

$5.50 prior
600
preferred......*
73.600 American Centrifugal Corp.l

2,925

Ask

21

26

3%

22 %
5% Sale
12%
15%
19
19k

_

i

19%

21

& Fisher Inc common.*

106,934 Aluminum Co common.....*
23,700
6% preferred
...100
9,500 Aluminum Goods
Mfg
*
14,300 Aluminum Industries com
*
62,950 Muminlum Ltd..
•

400

Lowest

July 31

Ask Bid

Bid

100 Allied Products
Corp com.. 10

4,150

900

1

July I

Ask

45

8,600 Alliance Investment com...*
1,500 Allied Internet Investing...*
850
IS conv preferred
...._*

6,250
2,200

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Allegheny Steel 7% pref..l00

7,800 Alles

100
100
350

^89,115,000

—

Price
Jan. 2
1937

19,875 Acme Wire Co v t c
—_26
2,800 Aero Supply Mfg class A
*
76,800
Class B
*
11,500 Agfa Ansco Corp com
1
30,600 Alnsworth Mfg Corp com
5

300

July 31

sales, are disregarded In the month's range, unless they are the only transactions of the month, and when selling
footnote In the month In which they occur.
No account Is taken) f such sales In computing the range for the year.

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Shares

'2400

Jan. 1 to

1936

$61,561,000
541,430,000

cash

Jan. 1

Shares
800

1937

$30,385,000

.J.

«

SALES

Since

.

a

Bond Sales

July

Jan.
June

7
4

1% June 15
19

Jan.

4

1% June 16
5% July 30

3

Jan.

7

5% Jan.
7
7
39% Jan.
2
732 Jan
1% Feb.
1
1
% Feb.
7
9
Apr.
13% Jan. 30
57% Mar. 19
88
May 15
_

4

Jan.

14

29% Mar. 18
3% Mar. 31
9

Feb.

16

■'

i'!

YORK

NEW

42

Price

MEW YORK

Since

Jan. 2

EXCHANGE

CURB

In

July

Jan. 1

1937

Auto Voting Machine

Par
com..4'

57,300

2,325

20,975
144,700
11,400
25,600
398,600
12,000
12,300
1,300

7,610

300

3,300

"""250

Ax ton Fisher

Babcock ft

1,000

"""loo

8,300
88,100
88,100
1,188
1,310
1,100

120
1

440

600
25

1,500
12,700
300

* 136%

Wilcox Go...

Inc—1
Steel—..1
Mfg class A.5
Works Corp
1
(L) & Co com
*

15%

MM

Sale
Sale

Bardstown Distillery

Baumann

3!
185

14

17

14

22 4

21%

3

3*4
13%
54

15%
16%
6% Sale

1

Corp com—

12%

1

6

Aircraft common—1
Co of Canada.. 100
6 % % pf-100
& Hedges com—...»

Bellanca

Bell Telep

122%

Bell Telep of Pa

6

3

700

11,400

$

Sale

14%

250

400

6,500
1,800
1,900

2d

preferred—

Brazilian Tr Lt ft

Brewster

Sale

10 *4
52%

14%

S"

15%

Sale

29% Sale

18 *4

Sale

2,800
1,900
700
200

V

26% Sale

32

23 *4

23

1

10

Sale

Sale

Sale

7

30

2% Sale
58 4

10

Sale
11%

Registered

300

6,200

Amer
Amer

dep rets ord reg

3,600
3,800
600

3,500

32

£1

Am dep rets ord reg
10s
500 British Col Power class A.
Class B
125

71,950

Brown Co 6%

55,200
2,100
51,300

Brown Fence & Wire com

Class A

1

$6

preferred
Distillery...1

11%

31

31%
31%

30% July

30%

50
pref.25

Buff Niag ft East Pow
$5

6

46

48

24%
106

»

1st preferred

$3

6,500

conv

Sale

24%
106%

4%

3%

*

48% Sale
23% Sale
93%
95
24% 26%
2%
3%

.....

21,400 Burma Corp. Amer dep rets..
10,400 Burry Biscuit Corp.... 12He

400

26,000 Cable

6%

1,100
5,500
100

I

Elec Prod v t C——...»

Am dep rets

10,600
61,500
3,400
2,300

Am

A ord sh—£1

dep rets B ord sh—

1

4%
4%
4% Sale

1%

17", 660
700

15,300
100
800
400

42,900

900

3,000

30

31%

100 Canadian Canners common.*
Canadian Car & Fdy pref. .25
Canadian Dredge &

76

78

12

Sale

6%

7
19
10

49% 50
23% 23%
97
99
28% Sale
3%
4

1%

a.

26

1%
*A
5*4
29%

700
10
325

'25

Ltd—

1
304,800 Canadian Marconi Co
12,200 Capital City Products——.*
25c
304,000 Carlb Syndicate com
*
1,500 Carman ft Co conv A stk
Glass B.—
3,900
Carnation Co common..
.*
9,200
1
228,400 Carnegie Metals Co com

690 Carolina P ft L $7 pref
720

279,100

73
7

27

Sale

6%
1*4 Sale
16%
2% Sale
23%
27%
6%
7%
32% Sale
14

5*4
4%

6*4
5%

14%
18%
1% Sale
24%
28
5%
6%
27
28%

,2% Sale
84

*

Carrier Corp common

32

1

Sale

*

36%

Sale'

10
1

"9%

Sale

7% 1st partlc pref—....100
15
13,200 Celluloid Corp com
1st preferred
1,930
$7 div preferred
*
4,200

10,750

*

130 Cent Maine Pow 7% pref
Cent Ohio Steel Prod

1

100

3,800

329,600
330,700
4,925
18,475
1,525

Cent Pow & Lt 7%

pref...100

Cent ft Southwest

300

6,900
1,650
3,950
27,020
20,275

100

50c

Common..

Central

States

Elec

com

1

7% preferred
100
6% pref without warr..100
Conv preferred
100

Strip Co
5
Charis Corp com
10
Cherry-Burrell Corp com
*
Chesebrough Mfg
.25
Chicago Flexible Shaft Co..5
Chicago Rivet & Machine...4

For footnotes see pake 53.




Mar. 20

z30% Mar. 1
31
Apr. 24

33

Jan.

32

Feb.

18% July 30

Sale

51% Sale
8% Sale
27% 31%
31
35
6
Sale

'15% Sale'

'7%

"17% Sale

15"

8%

25

18%

19
87%

25

$8
16%

4*4
4*4

4% July

1

1%

1

July

23

% July
5% July

3% Sale
1%
43

19%
23%

Sale
44%
20%
25

6

26%

Sale

r

27%
6%
28%
2%
84

Sale

57

Sale

1*4

8*4

9

28%

29%
41%
42%
514 Sale

9%

*15%

Sale

143
883

20%
5% Sale

19%

2*4 Sale
1 % Sale
25
11
Sale
10% 13
11
Sale
5
Sale

20

15% Sale

13%
12%

14%
13

26

July

7

7

July 10
July
2
5% July 21

76

6

113"

il4% Sale'
Sale
14% Sale

June
Jan.

June
% June

4

Jan.

4% July

*4 June 29
Jan.
9
% Jan.
7
5% Feb.
2
28% Apr. 28
1

Feb.
16% June
7 > i Apr.
24
Apr.
40^
Apr.

26

July

7

90% July 30
July

15

5% July

15

7

1

"I%

July

17

July

19% July, 14

1% July
26% Juiy

1% July
July
July
July
July
93% July
84
July
51% July

26%
6%
28%
1%

29

July
July
July

21
7

July
3% July
96% July
87
July
61% July
9% July
29% July
42% July

5% July

2

6% July

8
28

37

10%
Sale

15%

8'

100

_

July
2 10
July 31 100

45% July
15
July

15%
Sale

3% Sale
1% Sale

§7%
82

June

16

12

30

Jan,

8

8

19

27

June

26

28

June

20

9

June

July

5% June

108%
14
7%
93%
31
39%
16
2 £14%
89%
21
12%
13

19

13

17

19

11

5

July
July
July
July

34
18

July
July
July
July
66
July
18% July

15
July
13%
12% July 21
July 22 79%
118
117% 114% July

14

13%

60

July

14% July

1

23

June 14

14
July
7
12% June
19
71% Jan.
22
28 110% Jan.
52% Jan.
21
14
Apr.
21

June

20
25

25
12
9
4
23
27
28
20
25
6
20
12
10
5
26

22
7

Mar. 17

Mar. 19
Mar. 17
Jan.
8
Feb. 16
Feb. 13

Apr.

1

6 % Jan. 22
2% Jan. 14
52
Jan. 13
27% Jan. 14
33% Jan
14
26% Jan. 13
7
Mar. 30

18
16%
12 82%
5 123
12, 76%
28 18%

7
23

18

Mar. 5
Jan. 21
Feb.
8
Feb. 19
Jan. 18
20
Mar. 4
7
Apr. 14
31 % Feb.
1
45
Mar. 12

14 124
28 15
23 105%
8 57
29 19
25 96
2 22%
91%
June

23% June 15
10
June 17
10% June 29
11
June 18
4% May 13

July
July

82

7

1%
%
5%
32%
22%

Jan.
June
Jan.
Jan.
June
Jan.
July

July 26
July 26
19
July 26
17% July 24
7
5% July

17

17% Sale

Mar.

May
1*4 June

4% July
1% July 26

1
11

116

Mar.

26

2*4 July

18

60

June

2% June 22

16%

15

Jan.

26

25

12%

July
July
15% July

49

19

24
5

Jan.

16% July
88% July 31

35

14

10
1

July

15

iif

1*4 Jan.

90% July
8% Jan.
7% Jan.
L61
Apr.
3% Jan.
23 % May
2% Jan.
26% July
8% July
35
Jan
3% Feb.
102% Jan.
97% Jan.
61% July
14% Feb.
38% Feb.
42% July
10% Jan.

12% July
July

83

32

5% Sale

6

27

8% July 28

23
14
29
23

Mar.
73
5% May
Apr.
May

15#

8

25% Mar. 4
06% Jan.
4
29% July 22
5
Jan. 19
38% Mar. 9
% Jan. 13
5% Mar. 8
8
Mar. 8

10

*4 July

"2% July" "8

78

110%

.24

51 % Feb.

June

7
1% July
% July 29
7
5*4 July

30

18%
Sale
30
8%
29%
Sale

Sale

13

83

94

June

15% Feb.
9
28% Apr. 12
12% Jan. 16
70
Apr. 22
30% Mar. 5
12
Jan. 26

June

18

Feb. 25

9% Mar.
85

10% Jan.
45% June
22% June

4

% July
8
4% July 30
5
July
9

39

June

8% May
44
Jan.
11
Apr.
25% May
6% July
70
Apr.

22

100

85

*

18
6

2% Feb. 17

1% July

23% July 28
July 28
29% July 22

&

1%

Chamberlin Metal Weather

i;900

600
400

25

98

Utii—

Conv pref opt ser 1929..100
2,925
106,500 Centrifugal Pipe Corp......*

700

2,050
9,500

48% July
23
July
95
July
26
July

100

38,400
3,825

2,075

26% Mar.

17

116% July 26 121% July

...

Cent Hudson G & E com

"4400

625

7
6

'50% "July "23

9

'"1*4 "l% "2" Sale"

»

.......

19,900

19,400
23,400

26

% July 30

90

Sale

$6 preferred

10,400 Carter (J W) Co common
22,650 Casco Products
1,900 Castle (A M) & C9__
201,300 Catalin Corp of Amer

2,500

375

July

18

8

Celanese Corp of Amer—

1,100

May

July
7
July 12
27% July 22
7% July
9

4% July

%

%

1
11

Jan.

36

4*4
4%

2

6
7

22]

Dock...*

6% preferred
100
3,595
*
31,800 Can Indus Alcohol cl A..
B non-voting
»
,2,700
40 Canadian Indus 7% pref..100

60
270

31,100
1,700
1,600

k ti

3,450

Canadian Hydro Elec

1,400
400

7

80
13

July 16
12
July 29
26% July 13
6% July
2

% July

lass

8

.

July
Apr.

*4
6%
2%
46%

Canada Cement Co common *

:-M 100
1,060

£1

Am dep rets

pref sh
£1
Calamba Sugar Estate Co.20
.?■
150 Camden Fire Ins Assn

1,000
25

8

1 % July

1

75

•

f.

4
1
29
13
21
22
29
5
2
18
2

35

..*

preferred

Warrants.

2% Jan.
32% Jan.
8
Jan.
30% Mar.
14% Mar.
5% July
36% Jan.
21 *4 Jan.
108% Apr.
3% Feb.
16% Feb.
% Feb.
77
Feb.
12% Mar.
31
Mar.

3
June
4
Jan
June 29

16

31% July 12

7

1% July

2

1%

17
5

19
8

4

12

Bunker Hill & Sullivan..2.50
Burco Inc common

76% Sale
12
12%

16

7,650

Buckeye Pipe Line

1% Sale

Cables Ik Wireless—

'<■£;

May 24
9
Jan.
Jan.
June 28
9% May 18
28 | May 13

12
22
21
26

24% July

25

56% Jan. 29
19
Feb. 20
% Jan.
6
7% Mar. 15
35% Feb.
5

7
Mar. 22
108% Apr. 29

13

July
July
July
July

16
21
18

23;

31%

2*4

June 23

1% June 16
Apr. 28

10% July

31

9% Sale

500

k

52

10

30%

preferred

27,200
5,100
21,200
2,000
& 875

900

1%
11%
4%
52%

30%

Sale

Brown Forman

2,000

300

% July
7% July
3% July
49
July
10% July

23% July 21

Sale

...._.*

600

12

19% July

July 28

24
24

13

3,000 Bruce (E L) Co
200 Bruck Silk Mills Ltd

7,100

1
%
10% Sale
3%
4%
49

4% Jan.
48% Jan.
43% Jan.
11
Jan.

June 17

31

16"

23%
23%

44%

100

pref

2~,250
Ir'-vf"'

2

23%
23%

2%

14,200

10

""366

July
24
July
9% July
4% July

22

British Celanese Ltd—

500

2
6
6
14

32%
33 %

32%

dep rets ord bear. £1

900

June 26

20%
3%
18%
8%
4%

16

July

22

Ltd—

British Amer Tobacco,

400

1*4 July
24
4

23%

........

June 17

1% July 16
24% July 14
4% July 22
27% July 28
2
10% July
5% July 13

% July

23 %

Coupon stock (bearer)—..*

4,100

June 12

5% July 12
33% July 28

17% Sale

3%
52%
10%

3

40%
10%

7
22

Jan.

13% June 23
*4 Apr. 22
4 % July
6
26% June 24

Class A

British-American Oil Co...

500

8

26

May

July
1
July 27
12% July 20
June 29
13

33

2%

7*4

4% May 3
18% July 15
8% Mar. 2
169% July 21
125% Mar. 10
5% Mar. 3
19
Feb. 19
4
Jan. 22
2% Feb.
5
15% Mar. 8
37% Feb.
3
14% July 12
24% Feb. 17
38% July 27

6% June 25

1*4

27
9%
4%

33
16% Sale

M

Feb.

29

4% July
26% July

1

6
18

May 17
May 19

June 24

30% July 20
16
July 23

% July

5%
32%

26%
8%
4%

30
17 %

159

113%

14

16
10

Jan.

2% July
7
42% Mar. 27

7
1

Feb.

£18
27

34

30

Feb.

103

3% July 13
46% July 13
22% July 17

29% July
13% July

1%

8

11% June
May

June 19

IB*

14

Mar. 15

21

22% July

18
2

6

Mar.

July

5

38% July 27

2% July
44% July

16%

9*4

4,300 Bright Star Elec class B
*
69,000 Brill Corp class A
*
Class B—
»
87,700
17,300
7% preferred
..100
*
5,900 Brlllo Mfg Co common
520

2%

15%

...-

""266

July
July
12% July
14% July
35% July

18%
7

4 *4

1

Aeronautical

% July
13

35

45%

%
5%

18

June

19

1
2% July
9
1% July
13% July 14
35
July 27
14% July 12
17% July 30

July

2

33

lh

June
Jan.
June
July
Mar.
Apr.

4

17%
5%

7*4

Jan.

ii%

June 25

29%

18%

80

16

May 13

29% Sale
13 *4 Sale
*4
%
4 *4
5%

5

2%
3%
15%
9%
8%

7

Jan.

156

5

""3% ""5"" "3% "I"

Pr ord—

22% July

11% June
43

June

July 23

16% July

1*4

2%

-----

45

17

Sale

11

'85"" July 23
19

11% Mar. 22

4

114% June
1% July

5

2%

44% Sale

Jan.

3
11

Sale

17

2*4 Sale

Sale

300 Bridgeport Gas Light Co
»
89,600 Bridgeport Machine com
*
10
Preferred
..100

"8", 400

July
2
July
14% July
2% July
5*4 July
16% July
10% July

8
3% July
7
18% July 15
July
7% July 19
July 13
7 169% July 21
167% July
113% July ;,:7 115% July 30

Sale
Sale

1

13

Sale

7

6% Apr. 30
22% July 22

5

Sale

.....

100
—100

Breeze Corp—

13

14% Sale

Sale

20

Hotels—
Common......—————-*
7% 1st pref

2

14

3

U§"

"2"

% Sale

14%

Bowman Biltmore

28,300
6,050
16,100
78,700
18,200
5,100

400

3%

5

3%

"2'" Sale

Sale

"22% July

3

2%

115%

Sale"

Convertible

Blue Ridge Corp com—....1
23,300
$3 opt conv pref———*
38,800 Blumenthal (S) ft Co com...*
4,375 Bohack (H C) Co common...*
2,280
7% 1st preferred
101)
6,550 Borne Scrymser Co
21,400 (Botany Consol Mills com—*
*
16,000 Bourjois Inc
5
67,200 Bower Roller Bearing

250

54

Sale

108,700

r;/. 400

10
9

11

10

9 130

July
July
July
July
July
16
July
9% July

115%
1%
12
2%
4%

22%

Purchase warrants—.——
328,600
*
9,200 Blckford's Inc com...
$2.50 Conv pref
--*
1,000
1,500 Birdsboro Steel Fdy & Mach *
141,900 Bltai (K W) * Co common ...'
1,200 Bliss & Laughlin Inc com...5

"""166

July
July

28% July

16

20

preferred——*
490,800 Berkey & Gay Furn Co
1

7,200
3,300
3,600

Highest
Sale Prices

16

10

Bell Aircraft Corp common.

Benson

Lowest
Sale Prices

"so"" "July

20

$1.50 conv pref
Beech Aircraft

16%
Sale

10

preferred—.—-100

7% 1st

Beaunit Mills Inc common.

500

14,300
7,200

Sale

Tob class A—10

Barlow & Seelig

200

2,200
15,600
4,000

MbM

Sale

14
1%
114
12%
2*4 Sale
5
Sale

10]

Highest
Sale Prices

10% July 15
8% July 30
22% July 22

T %

8

9J

Barium Stainless

620

,

10*4
9*4

7%

$ Baldwin Locomotive warr...
Baldwin Rubber Co com
1

Bath Iron

Lowest

Ask

Ask Bid

Bid

5

STOCKS (Continued)

1,900
1,600
1.210

6,800
10,300
2,900
14,900

Ask

Sale Prices

July 31

July 1

Bid

7.700 Avery (B F) Sons Co—

Shares

Shares

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN JULY

SALE!

AGGREGATE

EXCHANGE

CURB

Apr. 28
Feb.
3
Mar. 24
Apr. 20
Mar. 5

July 21

AGGREGATE

tokk curb

new

Aug., 1937]

PRICES IN JULY

SALES

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

In

Since

July

Shares

133,600

2,700
450

n„o'Si? Child®

^

Jan. 2

128,900

1,983,800

0,500

110.200

Par

J

It*

Co preferred..

cities Service common......*

Preferred....

•

1#
1H
Sale
4# Sale
59# Sale
78

Preferred B
*
1,020
Preferred BB
*
3,925 cities Serv Pr 8c Lt B pref..*

125

300
5,600

4,050

100,100
2,700
4,200
406,700
2,700
10,450

500

200
16,200

"~i",666

17

Clark Controller Co

1,000
2,000
600

"44#

39# July

42"" July "23

Sale

14

52#

65

10# Sale

8#

Sale
6#

13Z
5#

IK

1#

IK

3#

Sale"

*

2

"37# "45"

11
4

"34#

33

33#
2# Sale

"47#

18 #

Sale

5# Sale

4# Sale
4
4#
12# Sale
61# Sale

62

Sale

8

5#
1#
14#
7#
5#
4#

Sale

"5# Sale

-

6
July
July 30
7
July
July 15
July 15
1
July
1
July
4
9
July
1
12# July
1
61# July

Sale

7
Sale

■

"3K ""§#

1
82

15#

53

46#

28
6

41#

44
53

71# July
2# July
39# July

-

2,300 Cohn & Rosenberger com__*
3«0,200 Colon Development Co Ltd..
29,900
5% Income stock A
£1

4,800

% July

Sale

40
47

"33

1,300 Cockshutt Plow Co Ltd—..*

.73,000
6% convertible preferred£l
107,550 Colorado Fuel & Iron warr...
56,700 Colt's Patent Fire Arms Mfg25

Lowest
Sale Prices

3# July
8
38
July
7
40
July
2
50
July
9
July
6
4
July 20
7
33# July
2
1
July

4 ;. :i; Sale

40
43

8#

% Sale

...I

Clayton 8c Lambert Mfg Co..*
Cleveland Blec Ilium com...*

Highest
Sale Prices

July
July
3# July
47
July
4# July
41
July
52
July
56
July
10# July
4# July
35
July
2# July

S2V
Sale
m •44#

4#
38
46

1

...

Claude Neon light* com

Lowest
Sale Prices

Ask

1
Sale

%
74#
70
2# Sale
40# Sale

Sale

13

July 31

Ask Bid

Bid

33

n referred

City Auto Stamping Co.....*
City & Suburban Homes...10

79,800 Cleveland Tractor com..
•
6,700 Clinchfleld Coal com
100
41,150 Club Aluminum Utensil com *

11,000

8,000
4,600
8,800
1,150

Ask

Bid

!V'000

-

n

200

July 1

1937
STOCKS (Continued)
Chief Consol Mining Co

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Price

Jan. 1

Shares

700
100

exchange

4

14# Sale
70

"

15# July
6# July
1# July
15# July
7# July
6# July
4# July
4# July
16# July
70
July

2
31
8

„

70

Highest

% July 28
June 30

2# June 17

27
28

39

29
26
26
12

38

June 26

40

July
July

15
23
23

14
7
17
15
20
16
8
24
9

Sale Prices
2 K F
11

June 26

3# June 23

50

2
7

7# June 29
4
Apr. 30
33# July
7
# Jan.
4
8# Jan.
6
37# June 23

10

Jan.

9

4

Feb.

Jan.

8

5# Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
79# Feb.
15# Feb.
4 K Feb.
40
Apr.

8

58
76

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
June 21

13

Jan.

6

13
16

2
25
12
14

9

Apr.

2

K Mar. 16

22

Apr.

4
10
13

10# Jan.
48# Jan.
15# July

8

1

6

3# Mar.

9

May
14# July

92# Apr. 17
5# Jan. 16
60

2

Mar.

2

9#
8#
4#
4#
24#

Feb.
4
Feb.
8
May 18
Feb.
8
Feb. 11
74# Apr.
6

Columbia Gas & Elec Corp—

40,500
5% Conv preferred
-100
640,500 Columbia Oil 8c Gas com
1

725

48,400
25

00
Columbia Pictures com new-33,500 Commonwealth Edison
1W

4,200

500

Warrants

...........

X'lyO Commonwealths Distrlbut.-l
6,175 Community P & L 1st pref..*
Community Public Service—

675

9#

7# Sale

Sale

118# Sale

105

103

63
2
July
73#
1
7# Sale
7# July
8#
29# July 27 29#
113# 115# 105# July
2 117#

July 22
July
8
July 27
July 26

62
June 17 104# Jan.
5# June 17 10# Jan.

14
8

29

June 14

Jan.

20

June 29 139

104

39

Jan.

18

Jan.
2# Jan,
64
Jan.

8
25

Jan.

14

Commonwealth 8c Sou Corp—

„„„

602,500

38.000

91H Sale

K Sale
1#
1#
61
Sale

# Sale
1#
1#

1#

Sale^6

Sale

37

Me July
1# July
\e/a
36# .Tniv
July

2

2

7

#. July 17
1# July
2
41
July 12

% June

5

1# June
32

June

24

June

M

1

June

4

14

_

900
1,000

r,k'z»9
stk tr ct'8 for com
25
22,o00 Community Water Serv
1
7»°00 Compo Shoe Machinery..—1

700
200

oV t c ext to 1946

-

228,600 Consolidated Aircraft com.. 1
30,900 Consolidated Biscuit Co
1

"2I2OO

Consol Cigar Corp

•,

149" 600
50

150

6,500

27,800

800

5% preferred A
Consol Gas Util

2,500

900

12,700
150
500

8

OH of Mexico..J

Steel Fdy com..*

975 Continental Secur

50

Cook Paint & Varnish Co...*
80
$4 preferred
*

60

25

tm

isk

15

15#

15#
15#

""5# ""5#

5

9

Sale

"2#
98# "99"
IK Sale
17 K Sale

19#

"20""

65#

75#

Sale

75

#

#1
78

80

7#

7#
98
100#
2#
2#
9# Sale
6#

95

11*
10

85

Sale

89

#
17#

Sale
Sale

#
18#

"15"" "16#

15#

72,800 Cooper Bessemer Corp com..*
4,600
$3 prior preferred....
*

31K Sale

21

22#

2l"

31,900 Copper Ran He

12# Sale

16# "11"

n#
30#
4#
5#
88#
4#
25#

5.000
100

1,900
2,100
39,600
2,100

4,800 Copperweld

.

Co

•

Steel com.....10

245,400 < -ord Corp.
........8
32,800 Corroon 8c Reynolds.... ...1
.

200

4,400
S6 Conv pref A
40,200 Cosden Petroleum

37,500
3,000

3,100

6#
87

Sale
7
90

32

29

2# Sale
4# Sale
87

.

90

4#

1

com

26

5% preferred
.........50
Courtaulds Ltd...
I)

4,425

1,825

4#

July
15# July

22
10

"5"" Juiy'ai

6*"~Juiy

9

June

11

Jan.

1
9# July
July 14
1
75# 65# July
76# July 23
112# July 29 113
July 14
8
2
July
2#
2# July 12
8
1
k July
K July 19
2
81# 75
July
81
July 28
6
8
6# July
7# July 22
100
96
July 13 98# July 21
2# July 19
2# July
8
Sale
1
9# July
11# July 13
1
91# 85
July
90
July 26
1
# July 13
,K July 1
1
Sale
17# July
19# July 20
9
2
July
9
July
2
16# 15# July 17 17 j;> July 22
55# July 19 56
July 19
July 19
"21# 20
July
6
35
July 13
July 13
"12
2
10# July
July 21
2
31# 27
July
July
9
1
Sale
2# July
4# July 29
1
6
4# July
5# July 24
90
90#
July 28
July 28
1
5
4# July
6
5# July
27# 25# July 15 28
July
7

Jan.
June

8
M Jan.
11# Mar. 31

1#
16#

1

27# July 23
1# July 10
16

■

Sale
28

m
m

13

Am dep rets for ord stk reci

July

7

13# July

8

34

June

Mar.

mJan.

14# May
19# June

"l6"" Sale" '16# Sale"

""I# ""2# "2
81# Sale

16

July
2
July 15
15# July 16
15# July
6

Sale

1

■

common

17,400

1,400

88

Sale
89 #

1

Min 8c Smelt Ltd

25,400 Continental
116,100 Cont Roll &

3,800

9

100

com

45>000 Cons Retail Stores Inc com.l
4,200
8% preferred...........100
9,700 Consot Royalty Oil
10
629,000 Consol Steel Corp common..*
1,900 Cont'l G 8c B 7% pr pref...100

300

IK
IK
15#
16#
15#
16#
22 # Sale

25# Sale
# '•
1

Warrants

17,753 Consol

500

4,000

32 X

warrants.

1 >037,800 Consol
Copper Mines
5
51,400 Con Gas EL&P Bait com..*

6,800

31H

64

2

8

17# Jan. 23
33# Mar. 10
Jan.

22

8
89# Jan.
Feb.
8
Mar. 12
2# Mar. 15
100
Mar.
9

112# July
1# June

H4£|

June

73# Apr6# June
96
July
2# Apr.

10# Jan.

19

20

June

35
10

Mar.

Mar. 27
Jan. 25
Mar. 16
Jan. 18
Jan. 22
Jan. 22
Feb. 10
21# Jan. 23
61# Mar. 11
Feb. 10
35
7
52# Jan.
18# Jan. 12

July

34

6,
85

135

3#
17#
102#
2#

Feb.

May
July

16# June

ill

?!M

June
June

55# July
July

27
2

May 15
5# Jan. 12

June

4#

June

86

7#
94#
5#
28

Feb.

4# June
23

June

12# Mar. 13

Jan.

18

Mar 16

July
July

6
7

14# Jan.

14

Cramp (Wm) 8c Sons Ship &

5,400
Engine Bldg Corp
...100
246,600 Creole Petroleum com
i
139,500 Crocker Wheeler Elec Mfg..*
507,800 Croft (The) Brewing Co
1
1,100 Crowley Mllner 8c Co com
•

28,200
5,100
20,700

24",200

281,300 Crown Cent Petrol Corp
1
14,600 Crown Cork Internet cl A
•
132,000 Crown Drug common
25c
2,925
Preferred
.25
11,300 Crystal Oil Ref Corp com
*
2,900
6% preferred
10
4,800 Cuban Tobacco com y t c
•
4,500 Cuneo Press com......

1,600
7,500
75

""405

"""loo
300

1,250

35,206

1.767,800

6# % preferred
1,050 Curtis Mfg Co (Mo).

1,150

8,850

Class A.

.35

Defiance Spark Plug com
*
De Haviland Aircraft Ltd—
200
Amer dep rets ord reg
£1
12,500 Dejays Stores Inc common.
2,790 Dennlson Mttf 7% pref
100

pv

24,400
1,075

97,800 Derby OII 8c Ref com.......*
4,000
$4 cum preferred
18,000 Detroit Gasket 8c Mfg Co.—l

300

2,300

12,500
15,700

4,800
4,200

6% preferred

w

20

w

1,400
2,100
50

50 De Vilbiss Co

1,060

'v

Am dep rets ord
3,900
reg
£1
6,200 Divco-Twln Truck Co com__l
74,100 Dominion Steel 8c Coal B..25

400 Dominion Tar & Chem Co.
Douglas (W
L) Shoe Co—
2,225
7% preferred
100
17,300 Dow Chemical Co con......*

300

700
30

2,400
275

1,471 Draper Corp
17,900 Driver Harris Co common.. 10
220
7% preferred
........100
105,600 Dublller Cond Corp com__.l
,

4,525

Ouke Powei

Co

100

4,800

16,100

364,400 Eagle Plcher Lead Co.....l0

6,400
3,950
1,200

110,000 Eastern Gas & Fuel Assoc.: *
32,400
6% preferred
.....100
9,600
4#% prior preferred...100
1,725 Eastern Malleable Iron Co.25

"10",500

75,300

4,800

4,000

"""loo
5,200

5,100
311,100
7,600
2,600

Eastern States

Corp com....*
$7 preferred series A
•

16 preferred series B......*
7,400
52,600 Basy Washing Mach class B_*

'

50

1,300

2K

Sale
Sale

13#
4# Sale

4,450 Economy Groc

11,300
82,100
2,700,100
68,600
25,400

For footnotes

Stores

com..

1#
1#
12#
13
2# Sale

Electric Bond 8c Share___...5

|6 preferred
$5

see page

preferred

53.




•

13

38# July 14
15# July
26
# July
2

July
K July

Sale
14

2#

1# July
12# July
2# July
x20

2# July 15
13# July 23
2# July 10
21
July 26

July

"2# Sale'
12

14

16

50
50#
106# Sale

Sale

17# Sale
14
15#
19# Sale
30
31

5#
40

Sale

6

8
45

39#

8#
44

"""# Sale"
10#
21#
24

%,

#

Sale

13

13#
Sale

10#
15#
23# Sale
27# 29

28

<■

Sale

15# Sale
70# Sale
5K
5#

10# Sale

""6# Sale

11#
11#

*"§# Sale"
Sale

89

15}
181

16 K
19

8# Sale

65# Sale

12#
13

15#
17
17# Sale
2# Sale
4
4#
5#
6#

16# 17#
17#
17#
2# Sale
4# Sale
5#
6

44

48

Sale

49

9#

10

30#

31#

12#

Sale"

9

9#

27

27#

4# Sale

17# Sale

12# "July ""8

i K

Hi
rH

40

July

14

40
July 14
1 106# July 15

"""% July""!

# July

i

ill# July

1

14# July 14

21# July

1

24# July
28# July

24

July 19
% July
1

10# July
65
July
6# July
75
July
16# July
17
July
2# July
4# July
5# July
43# July
28# July
23
July

% July

12

26
30
1

July
77
July
8# July
89
July
17
July
17# July

2# July
31
26
2
10
29

28
23
19
31
20
30

8

5

July
9
6# July
8
49
July
9
31# July 10
23
July 29

27#
4#

m

1
1

5

July
July

22
13

4

June

14

35

29#

32#

33#

35

32# July

6

35# July 16

138

31

* Sale

40

Sale

76# July

"85" ""July "23

3#
68
1

31

3#
70

1#

3# Sale
72#
%
1#

72

5#

"6# ""7#
22

Sale

7#

6# Sale
60#
62

5
40

57

72#
11#

Sale

Sale

7#

18# Sale

69# Sale
6
74

35

5#
Sale

58#

3# Sale

80

56

74#
12

54
8

67
65

8#

3 # Sale
72# Sale
1
1#
6#
6#
9
9#

20# Sale
6#
6#
49# Sale
61# Sale
Sale

3# Sale
22# Sale
Sale

72# Sale

19*" "20#
15# Sale
68

Sale

58# Sale

34

40

106

29#

108

July
July
3# July
72
July

'"5#

July '

7# July
18# July
5# July
40
57

July
July
19# July
3# July

July 31
July 17
3# July
7
75
July 24

"~6#~JuIy~14
9

July 13

21 # July

7
6# July 14
49# July 30
63
July
9
20
July 20
4
July
8

68
65

Sale

July
8# July

16# July
21#
2#

19

July

"62" July"20
11

July
16# July

2# July

21 # July
3
July

15# July
76
166# July
68#
58# July

22# July
77# July
69# July

Sale

13
6
28
12
26
27
27

8
25

2# Jan.

12

16
5

25

Feb. 20
Jan, 11
Feb.
3

2# Jan.

9

13

June 29

15

Jan.

9

18# Feb. 16
15# Jan.

21

28# Apr.

1

33

6
1

Apr.

% July

1

14
Feb. 17
10# June 24

14

Feb. 17

lfr

Jan.

60

87
May
7
8# July 19
89
July 31
19# May
6

June 29

5# Jan.
75

6

June 21

15# Jan.

13

17

Mar. 20

2#
3#
5#
43#
28 K

June
June
June
July
July
July

23

15

17
17
2
10
29
Apr,
9
Mar.

4

4# June 28
12

Jan.

4

May

6

30

Jan.

*18

38

3

17

June 28

v

June

4

Feb.

2

10# Jan.

16

Feb.

19

31# July
Apr.

10
16

10# Jan.

8

64
30

29# Jan. 20
5# July 22
28# Mar.
8
17# Apr.
9

96
Jan.
42# Jan.
May
6# Feb.
79
Feb.
1 # Mar.
7# Mar.
10# Jan.

55# June 24
19# July 13

62

Feb.

3# May 21
11

111

May 18
June

20

13

50
Apr. 16
159# Jan. 21

June

76# July
30
Jan;
106
July
2# June
68
Apr.
1# Apr.
5# June
6# Jan.

63
62

22

Feb.

17

$ % July

129

79

Jan.

1 # Mar.

12

May 25

15
33
135

23

20

Jan.

11# June 30
13# May 13
19# Jan.
2
24
July 19

26

4# July

May 13
May 22

40
June
8
50# Feb. 18
104# July
1 108# Feb.
6
11# June 11 16# Feb. 11
'A June 26
# Feb. 26

28#
5

17# July

Mar. 29

1# Feb.
3
38# July 14

June

9

Sale

23

10

12# June 30
2# June 21
19# June 21

9#

9

June

IK June 24

6

104# July

104# Sale

xll #

10# July 23

% Sale

80
..

2

13#
2#

*

Edison Bros Stores new....2
Blsler Electric com.........]

35# July

8#

12

......

1,200 Durham Hosiery cl B com...*
35,800 Duro-Test Corp common
1
55,100 Duval Texas Sulphur
•

75

Sale

*

Distillers Co Ltd—

""'340

Sale

10

common

Diamond Shoe Corp com.

5,300 Distilled Liquors Corp.....5

6,000
4,500

36# Sale

Sale

13

Detroit Gray Iron Fdry com.l
Detroit Mich Stove Co..

23,200
35,150 Detroit Paper Products.....!
39,100 Detroit Steel Products....

Sale

37

% Sale
8

1

1#

# Sale

Sale

14# Sale

37 K

'200

■;v.

800

50

•

#

IK

50c

...5

2,500 Davenoort Hosiery
85,100 Dayton Rubber Mfg

"5", loo

340

Cusl Mexlcana Mining

66,100 Darby Patrol Corp....

3,900

200

....100

1

17

May 11
May 11

7# June 28
115# June 29
19
May 13
1# June 26
13# June 17
166# July
2
56# June 15

11

23
7
11
5
9
1

13

27# Feb. 23
10# Jan. 19
71
80

Jan.
Jan.

1818

26#
6#
82#
82#
13#

Feb.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

25
5
15
18
18

23

Jan. 11
Mar.
8

24

4# Jan. 21
28# Jan. 13
87# Jan. 28
80
Feb. 10

YORK

NEW

44

NEW YORK
CURB

Since

Price
Jan. 2

vj

EXCHANGE

1937

Jan. 1

Sharer

12,500
30.000
7,060
17,900

'

AMOclatez—1

5X

—1

Electric Power

5%

A

Claea

Electric Pow & Lt

76% Sale
12 % Sale
5% Sale
96%
97%

2d pf A—*

Option warrants
48,500 Electric Shareholdings com. 1
<6 Conr pref with warr.—*
4,850
Electric Shovel

5,200
,1.150

6%

16

18%

52

35

46

30

.

50

Sale

45

-•

46%

15%

40

47

32%

19

19

Sale
Sale

7
8

22%
12%

23%
13%

38N

Sale

"*40 "

.

112""
11 %

.

U3%

Sale

„A%
70

71
74
111% 112
13% Sale

72

111% 112
12% Sale

22 X

*

23%

Florida Power & Lt

Class B

"13% "17%
% S ale

16
Sale

Sale

25%

21%
20%

zw
24

24% Sale
24
26

7%
2%

Amer dep rcts..Ord reg II
7,000 Ford of France Am dep rets
6,100 Fox (Peter) Brewing Co....5
30,600 Franklin Rayon Corp com._l
Froedtert Grain & Malting

88,800

10

9%

10

13%

13%
50

22% July

6

July

7

24%
24%

11%
lf%
16%
17
20% Sale

18%

17%

13%
Sale

3%

3%

3%

4%

23

23%

19%

19%

20%

21%

19^6

com.....*

20%

18

Sale

23% Sale

12
14

2

June 30

26
22
22
7
23

40

35

July
July

40

June 29

22

1% June 29
32% July 29

31% Feb. 16
19% Mar. 11
2% Jan. 28
9
47% Feb.

% June 15
% Jan .
6
July
1
18% Jan.
5

XX Feb. 4
3% Feb. 23
45% Mar. 11
27% Mar. 10

13

7

900

'

$6

conv

pref

ser

..*
1
...*

B—

Gen Investment Co com

$6 Preferred.....

...

100

83

% Sale

Warrants..

1% Sale
81%
89%
%e
3 32

1% July

12

June

June

June
Mar.
May
June
Jan.

82% Jan. 12
114% Mar. 3
18% Mar. 17

13%
%
65%
109%
10%
70

pref...*
General Rayon A stock
*
General Telephone Corp
20
$3 conv preferred
......*
Gen Tire Ac Rubber com
25

1%
21X
50 X
19 X

IX
22%
52%

Sale

Rights..
............
6% preferred A
......100
2,180
900 Gen Water Ga8 Ac Elec com.. 1
$3

500

1%
16
48%

1%
15%
45

21% Sale
2 Sale

10%

11%

34

preferred..............*

11%
36

34

36

%

'

f; N

Preferred...

16% July

75
3

Sale

35

*

2,740

123,100

43%

*9%

14

43%
Sale

29

Sale

9% Sale
42%

39

40

39

26%

27%

24

100%
55
333

5%
Sale

6

5

Sale

33

39% July

27

27

Sale

98

5%
32%

6%
35

July

33

1

Gorham Mfg Co—

26%
3%
13%
20

Y t c agreement extended.*
32.300
377,300 Grand National Films Inc..l
29,025 Grand Rapids Varnish Corp •
43,800 Gray Tel Pay Station com.. 10
3,250 Gt Atl At Pac Tea 1st pref.100
Non-voting common stock *
11,500
13,800 Great Northern Paper Co..25
113,700 Greenfield Tap At Die com..*

Sale
Sale
Sale
20%

il4% Sale"
38%
9% Sale

37%

25%
Sale
32% Sale
2%
3% Sale
Sale
13
14%
15
Sale
8
8%
9
8%
120
Sale
122% 123% 119%
89
91
80%
83
82
40
40% 39
38%
39
14%
14%
15%
15% Sale
26

2%
13%
8%

Grocery Stores Prod—

4% Sale
% Sale
58% Sale

New common
25c
32,600
22,400 Guardian Investors common f
25
>319,300 Gulf Oil Corp
250 Gulf States UtU $6 pref.....*

15.50 preferred.....

350

6
16
15

July 13

9

5h
53%

Sale

4%

4%

558*
85

Sale

_..*

625 Gypsum Lime Ac AJabastlne.*

—•
50,500 Hall (O M) Lamp Co
4,300 Haloid Coi.....i..,;.,,...5

13

14%

6%

BX
23

24%

10

16

4% Sale
19%

16

12

13

July
July
July
July
July
July

4% July

13

% July

2

53% July
1
85
July 31
72
July 12

14% July 24

5

4% July 29

19

18% July 22

4%
18

8

33% July

17.500

Hazel tine

32,400

15%

16

Hearn Dept Stores common. 5

10,900
3,850
7,300
68,900
16,800
2,200

•

Corp

6% preferred............50

4,700
394,800
16,700
5,300
2,800
5,100
5,200

;

66%
68%
1%
1%
2%
3
14
,14%

Hecla Mining Co

25c
Helena Rubensteln Inc new.*
■

>

...

.

.

7%

890

306,200
134,000
13,100

Hewitt

pref

Heyden Chemical Co..
.10
Hires (Chas E) class A com..*
Hoe

(R) Ac Co class A

10
5

HolUnger Consol G M

Horn At

5% preferred

39%

13%
20%
8%

Sale

9%
15% Sale
14
13%
50
46%
16% Sale
7" ' Sale
7
7

Humble Oil At Refining

..*

9*1
%

9

15%

2%
1%
15%

15% Sale
48

58

39%

42

4

64% Jan. 29

1% June
15% June 11
July 15
5
18% Jan.
'32 June 29
'*A
98
July 27 107
10% July 28 11%
34
June 28

32

16% July
7% July
8% July

IF

28%
29%
11% Sale
27

Sale

7

Sale

13

1

5
July
8
% July
9
59% July 22
85
July 31
77
July 26
15% July
8

12
22

5

July
18% July

July 22
July

39% July
45
July
25

July

11% July
21% July
7
July 31

19% July
7% July
9
July

18

17

June 23

32% Sale
78

Sale

*

%
1%
17% Sale
15%

20
a

?

5% Sale

8%
9%
32% Sale

9

July

„

32% July
104
Sale
102
July
Sale
31
28
July
28
30%
83
Sale
77
July
77% Sale
11% July
11% Sale
"19"" "21% 22% 23% 21% July
% July
%
%
20
17
July
17%
15%
15

26

7%
Sale

B*

June 30

July
3% July

5

May
June
June
June
May

17
17
11
11
26

47

July

June

25

30
21
9
4
25
4

31
2

9

Apr. 10
July 27

21

31

June 21

31
20

102

27

% July
19

16

26
14
19

8

Feb.

6
1 %
63%
95
90

5
14

16

May 13
Feb. 26
June 28

3% June 29
43 % June 26

Jan. 25
Jan. 12
Jan. 25
Jan.

26

Feb.

9

17% Apr.

5

7% Jan. 25
Jan.

24

7

10% Jan. 28
Jan.
3% Apr.
4
Jan.
15
Feb.
18% Feb.
17% Feb.

22

Feb.

23

70

52

10
19
11

15
23

25% Mar. 11
9% Apr. 20
11
Apr.
5
Jan.
6
103
Jan. 11
283
163
May 22
44
July 29
45

June 22

35

Apr.

153
333
113
193
22%

Jan.

Jan.
Feb.

13
28
29

18

Jan. 28
Mar. 10
9
July 27
41% Jan.
7
_

June 26 112
42

25% June 24
72
June 17
11% July 15
17
Jan.. 12

24

9% July
4% July
51
July

10

June

16

30

9%
aVA
3% Sale

11

June 29

23
Mar.
July 22
12% June
16% July 15
39% June
July 29
36
Jan.
8
45
July
24
June
28% July 28
11% July 14 xl0% June
Jan.
19
27
July 12
7
July
8
7% July

9
July
33% July
104 :
July
32% July
84% July
12% July
22% July
% July
18% July

12

X Apr. 12

44

July 22
Jan. 20
Jan. 28
5
Jan.

6

8% Jan. 15
56
May 27

24

32%
4%
18%
22%

16% Apr. 23

31
12
4

6%
7%
6%

oZ%

6

July

15%

5

15
Apr. 12

1 128

July

June

Feb.
Jan.

7 117% Jan.
47
Apr.

72

15
19

Feb. 26

14

85

20

32% Sale
102% Sale

6

14

1% Jan.

2

4
12

38

1

June

June

18

% Feb. 25

6

18

4% Jan.
4
%, June 22

"31

Feb.
Jan.

15 107

50

17

Feb.

39% Feb. 19

10

June

14% Jan.

6

Jan.

28
15
51

23

% Jan.
5% Feb.
33
July

25

Apr. 15
Apr. 26
Apr. 23

45% Feb.

1

June

4*1

Feb.

B*

20

July
July
July

8

June 21

36h

28

June

8% Jan,

18

8
16
19
6
38% Mar. 18

46

72

8
23

Feb.
22% Feb.
51% Jan.

3

Jan.

July 22
2% July 17
1% July 12
11% July 13
15% July
6
15% July 31

July
July
July
July
July

Mar.

8

Jan.

50

19% Sale
6%
7%
8%
9%
7%
8%
15

23
Feb. 11
23% Feb. 13

"

59

July

1%
1%
9%
15%
14%

24

10

100
*

60

10

14
Sale

Hummel-Ross Fibre Corp..

53.

58%
1%
1 %

"42"'

1

Hud Bay Mln At Smelt

see page

Sale

Sale

Hardart com......

13,738 tHuyler's of Del com.
7% preferred stamped..100
6,320
100
7% pref unstamped.
100
2,900 Hydro-Elec Secur com.....
42,900 Hygrade Food Prod.. ......5
6,350 Hvtfrede Svlvanltt Cnrn




miV

Sale

1%

w w

6,500 Hussman-Llgonier Co

For footnotes

10%

25
Rubber Corp com...5

cum

300 Horn (A C) Co common

8,805

Sale

Class'

Heller (W E) Ac Co common..2

Holophane Co Inc common.*
Holt (H) Ac Co class A__
...»
300 Horder's Inc...............*
250 Hormel (Geo A) Ac Co com..

Y

19%

58

2

56%

19% June 24
17% June 18

8
July
119% July
80% July
37% May

Handley Page Ltd—
Am dep rets part pref
400
8s
..25
600 Hartford Electric Light
33,300 Hartman Tobacco common.10
...1
55,100 Harvard Brewing Co.
23.800 Hat Corp of Am cl B com
1

Mar.

6% Feb.

21% Mar. 25
1% June 14
2
12% Jan.

32% July
3% July
14% July
10% July
123 % July
90% July
40% July
15% July

July
July

98

8
7
24

23 100
Feb.
4
Jan;
%e June
89% Apr. 23 96% Jan.
73
May 18 100% Feb.

July
July

32
22

13?
403

*

Glen Alden Coal Co..

17,520 Godchaux Sugars class A...*
Class B..................*
57,410
$7 preferred
790
...»
..1
315,100 Goldfield Consol Mines
14,800 Gorham Inc class Acorn....*
S3 preferred..
...»
2,850

38%

Jan.

19

21% July

16
8

X Apr.

July
July
July
July

8
4

11
23

14% Jan.

29

Jan.

;

83

76% July
8
12% July 29
39
July 26
22
July 23
10% July 12
42
July 16
28% July 13
100% July 31

'71% July
11

31% Jan.

56
Jan;
1% June

%

13" "13%

Feb.
65
29% Feb.

Jan.

-

1% July

"9% "11%

4?

*

200 Gladding McBean Ac Co

%

46

July

21% July
r?32 July
98
July
10% July
35% July

§7" "99%

10%

Warrants.................
1,200
*
7,550 Georgia Power $6 pre
26,135 Gilbert (AC) Co com.......*

46

26

Mar.

92

11% May 17

31
9

1% July
17% July
July
27% July
r% July
106
July
10% July
35% July

1% July
15% July

1%
n
16%
16*
46% 48%
27% Sale

June

20% July 31

Gen Outdoor Adv 6% pref.100
General Pub Serv $6

Jan.

8% Feb.
4
26
5 % Jan. 22
7
9
May
5 xll% June 3
8% Jan. 27 14% Feb. 16

87

% July 22

18% Feb. 24

6% July
2% Jan.

1% July
July
>3* July

13

25

36% May
21% June
22
July

20% July 21
24% July 19

2

July

13
13

35

94

86

4

19

2
8% Feb.
11% Mar. 3
July 21
17% Feb. 20
15% Mar. 20
6
47% Feb.

Jan.i

8

93% July 21
3 % Jul y
2

1%
89%
3

Feb.
Feb.
Feb.

June 29

19% Apr.
12% July

60

48
1%
81%
%

3
19

Mar.

3% July

9

Gen Gas & Elec—

231,600
2,800
37,200
1,500
1,180
17,800
54i500
5,300
234,300
138,200

1
1

Jan.

^

13

July

Mar.
60

77
81

18

31
27

4% July

1
28

25% July 23

13% July
9
17% July
6
21% July 24

7
1

June 26

40

11% July 27

July
July

22

6
22% Feb.
17% Feb. 10
5% Mar. 29

22

13% June 17

11% July
16% July
20% July

20
18

! July

30% July
41
July

"9% July" 15

Sale

94

*
220 Gamewell Co $6 conv pref
General Alloys Co
General Elec Co of Great Brit
American dep receipts
£1
9,600

Jan.

7% Jan.
98% Jan.

19
28
24

9% July

4%

18%

139.800

6% July 26

7

14

21

10% July

12

11

2 112%

75;?

22

Jan.

6

75%

9% Jan.
80

June

13

6% July

45%

1

6%
3%
10%

6%
2%
9%

3

...-1
15
..1

Common...........

Conv pref
13,450
1,300 Fruehauf Trailer Co

Sale
2%
10%

Sale
2X
3%
8%
9%
10%
10%

16
22
28

21
10
24
23
21
7
23
21
23
22
26
31
29

If*

13
13

11% Jan.

6% June 11
2% June 30
68
May 18

24

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

iH

1
25

1

41

v

6%

6

1
July
July 13
6
July
9
July
2
July
July 21
July ^1
8
July

8

12

Sale

July

Sale Prices

17

45

30
26

% July 28
14

.

1% July
July
22
July
26

Highest

j

5% June
4
5% June 16

26
26

35% July

1
1

July
July
July
July

111
x70

iir Said" "48

S7 pref.
Ford Motor of Canada cl A..*

3%
9%
22%
12 %
12%
40%
15%
%
71

40"" "41""

""X """%

Brewery.........—1
Fire Assoc of Phlla
10
First Nat Stores 7% 1st pf.100
Flak Ru bber Corp common
1
Preferred....
....—100
Fldello

19

14%
14%

12

13%

com—.1

1
1
1
13

July
July

18

4% Sale
9%
10%
24% 25

.•:4K; Sale
9% Sale
21
19%
12% Sale

17% July
2 % July
July
41
July
52
July
53% July
46% July
47% July
26% July
16% July
2
July

X July 10
1% July
1

:

26

Sale

July

34

25% July 23
14
July
1
1% July
1
32% July 29

"16""

1% Sale
Sale
20% Sale

IX Sale
18

22
Sale

July
July
July
July

35

1% Sale

32%

37

11%

Gen Fireproofing

13

40

50%
58
50%
56

47

t; Sale
IX. Sale

32%

common....5

Ford Motor Co, Ltd.

"46"" "44""

Sale

Fiat Amer dep rets

63,700

July 22
14% July
2
2% July
1
30% July
1
41
July 28

"17% "18%
2%
2%

45
Said

■V: 1
20 *

Fanny Farmer Candy com__l
Fan steel Metallurgical Corp*
Ferro Enamel Corp

15%
Sale
Sale

14%
2%
30%

14

1
1

Falstaff Brewing

Co

64

Sale

Ealrchlld Aviation com

7% July
7% July
July
11% July
4% Jjly
85
July

9
9
2
2
1
16

55
8

88

85

85

45

2 % Sale
46%
48%

Option warrants—...

30,700

11%
Sale

4 %

40

75% Sale
69 % Sale
70
'74

preferred.........—100

Fedders Mfg

•

9

8

32

53
73

71

533,800 Evans Wallower Lead....*—*
7% preferred...........100
26,600
208,700 Ex-Cell-O Aircraft Ac Tool..3

67,300
69,500
19,050
16,400
9,400
71,100
1,100
225,100
2,100
1,330
314,800
9,005
21,700
226,000
3,320

Sale Prices

13

(>X% preferred
100
6,200 Empire Pow Corp part stk__*
26,400 Emsco Derrick & Equip Co .5
537,400 Equity Corp common...—10c
....50
1,100 Eureka Pipe Line..
European Elec Co of Can-

53,400

6%

6%

Sale

82

Lowest

Sale Prices

5% July
5 % July
July
July
3% July
85
July

7

6%

6%
5H

'63
33

Highest

Sale Prices

Ask

>;

Coal Co—

$4 participating pref
*
7,700
10,300 Electrographlc Corp com...!
--1
21,800 Electrol Inc v t c
4,575 Elgin National Watch Co—15
350 Empire Dlst Elec 6% pref. 100
14,275 Empire G Ac F 7% pref
10«
8% preferred.......
100
5,750

,

Ask Bid

Bid

Par

STOCKS (Continued)

Lowest

July 31

July 1

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

JULY

PRICES IN

SALES

AGGREGATE

EXCHANGE

CURB

Jan. 25
Feb. 23

87
Feb.
9
12% July 17
23
Mar. 4
2
Feb.
6

27% Feb.
26
Apr.
13

2
3

Feb. 20

5% Jan.
53 % Mar.

21
6

NEW
AGGREGATE

SALES
Since
Jan. 1

Shares

6,000
6,800
6,200
2,300
25

V
v

.

500

8,400
1,300
1,000
1,200
1,100
820

400
150

1,200
1,300
600
<

1,925

2,900
1,000
2,500
12,600
; 900
225

17,200
•

v:

300

2,800




YOKK CTJBB EXCHANGE
PRICES IN JULY

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE
—

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices
7
July
1
24
: July
1
8 % July
1

Sale Prices

22
July
2
54% July 20
9 % July

20
20
14

36%
9%
21%
22%
94%

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

20
1
1
2
19
20
..7
7
23
,

2% July 24
2% July
8
1% July
2
12% July
1
67
July
1
24
July 19
2% July 15
26

July
2
% July 14
14% July
9
34
July 10
33% July 15
4% July 19

11% July
1
r% July
1
% July 22
16
July
9
1% July
6

July"!
4% July
2
6% July 29
37
July
9
8% July
1
% July 29
20% July
7
11
July
l
1
July
1
% July 14

13% July
6

2
July 29

73
July
6
77
July 24
86% July
7
4% July 15
99
July 2

Lowest

9
July 24
July 26
11% July 26
34
July 23
54% July 20

30

9% July 27
July 12
July 16
July
8
July 13
July
9
28
July
7
29% July 26
95
July 27
21

20%
14%
37%
10%

2% July
2% July
2
July
20% July
75% July
25
July
3 > July
35
July
1
July
15
July
35% July
34% July
6
July

1
9
16
16
16
9
28
22
20
9
29
14
14

Highest

EXCHANGE

CURB

YORK

NEW

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN JULY

sales

aggregate

Price

MEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

Jan. 2

Sale Prices
2
July
1

Ask
Par Bid
Ask Bid
STOCKS (Continued)
2
Sale
3 H Sale
28,500 M«xlco-Ohlo Oil Co
1*4 Sale
3
Sale
244,100 Michigan Bumper Corp.....!
8*4 Sale
Sale
176,100 Michigan Gaa ft Oil Corp.. 1
13*4
12*4
15
18,200 Mich Steel Tube Prod
2.00
1
1*4
86,100 Michigan Sugar com..
*
5*4
6*4
6,000
Preferred..
.....10

Sharer

July
July
July
July
July

161

Petroleum—
Class A rot trust ctfs
.*
Class B rot trust ctfs
*

Middle States

68,300
64,000

'«*

4*4 Sale

6*4

Sale

1

Sale

Midland Oil Corp—

4,250

Product—
dlv shares....*

5,100
S3 non-cum
7,645 Mid vale Co
*
38,600 Mid-West Abraslre Co
50c
29,800 Mid-West Oil Co
10
76,600 Mining Corp of Can...
7,200 Minnesota Mln ft Mfg Co—
80 Minnesota P & L 7% pref.100
880 Miss River Power pref
100
26,010 Mock Judson Voehringer2.50

.

241,700
1,800
12,800
1,900
6,300
9,200
2,300

4IH
13 54

20

3*4

"§*4 "V"
16
18*4
152*4 Sale

Montgomery Ward A Co A..*
Montreal Lt Ht & Pow com..*

30*4
41*4

Sale"

37*4

*

45

44

171

40

7% A pref
100
51,000 Moore (Tom) Distillery Co..l
1,000 Mtge Bank of Col Am Shs
26,800 Mountain City Copper Co..5c
115,700 Mountain Producers Coro.10

176*4

~"654

,

10J
6J

'6*4 Sale"

100 Mountain States Pow com..*
360 Mountain Sts Tel A Tel—100

16*4 20
28*4 Sale
9
10*4
1*4 Sale
53
55*4

20
34*4

18*4
32
_

15*4 Sale

1
400
03 conv preferred..
50
8,000 National Container (Del)—1
94,700 National Fuel Gas
•
15,400 Nat Manufacture A Stores..*
12,100 National Oil Products—...4

12*4 Sale

"l2~~

Sale
>4 Sale
3*4
3*4

12*4

800

,

'

:

208,800
28,920
72,900
28,800
670

9,600
8,200
584,100
2,660
1,350

52

,

..

10*4

10"

Sale

1

14*4
17

13*4
16*4
2

Sale

10*4
1*4
18*4

1*4
21

52

Sale

1*4:; 1H

July

""4*4

5*4

22""

Sale

28
6

38

Apr.

July 20

91

July 20

"30*4

Sale
116
5*4
,

Sale

8*4

4*4
4*4
28*4
11*4 Sale

24

24

24*4

24

10*4 Sale
1*4 Sale

22*4 Sale

54

Sale

Niagara Share Corp class B 5
Class A preferred..
..100

13*4

NUes-Bement-Pond com...

44*4
50
2*4 Sale
11*4 Sale

Nlplsslng Mines
........1
Noma Elec Corp com
1

1

3*4 Sale

56 preferred
.........
Rayon cl A....*

8

2*4 Sale
41

North Amer

41

Class B common..........*

49
2

preferred..........50

Sale

42*4
Sale
50*4

2*4
5*4
6
% Sale

Nor Amer Util Sec com.....*

North Cent Texas Oil......5
North European Oil com
1

78

Norlnd Pub Ser 6% pref.. 100

8

37

8*4
Sale

28*4 Sale
35

9,575 Ohio Brass class B..........*
2,525 Ohio Edison 56 preferred...* 107
100 109
14,700 Ohio Oil 6% pref
2,840 Ohio Power 6% preferred. 100
480 Ohio Pub Serv 7% 1st pref 100 108
200
6% 1st pref
.....100
...5
12*4
3,400 Ollstocks Ltd common
13*4
81,300 Oklahoma Nut Gas com....15
31*4
53 preferred.............50
14,350
6%
preferred..........100
1,550
110,200 Oldetyme Distillers.........! '"5*4

36

107*4
Sale

10
Sale
20*4 Sale
25

29

32*4

33

57*4 Sale
97*4 Sale
109
110

S"a"le

Feb.

3
15
June 29
June 29

45

11*4
14*4
7*4
33*4

July
June
Apr.
Jan.

3

18

July

21
14

28
r

7
10*4 May
July 15
6
July
1
12*4 July
19*4 Jan. 25
7
13*4 Feb.
Feb. 10

Jan

18

1

Mar. 16

Mar. 15
Jan. 11
Jan.
5

July 27
12*4 July
2
1*4 July
7

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

8*4

Feb.

16

Apr.
Jan.

5
7

Feb. 25

Mar.

18

110*4
4*4
32*4
14*4

July 26

13*4

72*4 July

29

Sale

53

2*4
5*4
*4 Sale

96*4 103
k9
Sale
26
Sale

2*4 July
50*4 July
42*4 July
41
July
51
July
2** July
5*4 July
*4 July
76
July
87*4 July
97
July
7*4 July
19*4 July
1*4 July
-

2
2
1

14
19
21
1

14
7

16
7
2
9

27

25

July

15

32*4

32

July

19

111

June

Jan.

12
15

Apr. 16

July
July
July

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.

June

Feb.

8
4
13

June

Mar. 10
Jan.
5

June

Mar. 10

June
Jan.

:

July
July

Mar,

June

Jan.

June

Mar. 31

7*4 June
June i

4*4 July
June
9*4 June
81*4 June
93
Feb.
65
July
98
Feb.
May
1*4 Apr.
10*4 June

24

Apr.

4*4 July
58
July
51
July
49*4 July
51
July
2*4 July
5*4 July

26

2*4 June

Va Juiy
80
July
89*4 July

1

7
8
-

30
9

97*4 July
10
July
27*4 July

27

2
July
27*4 July
33*4 July

2

_

14

40

6
14

Mar.

8

Mar.

5
16
23

Feb.
Jan

Feb
Feb.

3
1

3
May 26
Feb.
2
Feb. 24
Feb.

Feb.
Feb.

3
10

Apr.
July

14
15

Feb.

3

; Jan.

2

Jan.

13

Jan.

8

J-

50

1

June

35*4 Jan.
35
Jan.
49 *4 Jan.

2*4 May
5
Apr.
*4 Jan.
76
July
87*4 Apr.
97
July
7*4 Jan.
16*4 June
1*4 June
25*4 Jan.
30*4 May

July 31
Apr. 14
June 10
Jan. 30
Jan. 12
Jan.
Jan.

Feb.
Jan.

May

21
23

11
22

6

8
23
Feb. 10
Jan. 18
Feb.

Jan.

3
8
15
Jan.
4
Feb.
9
Feb. 24
Feb.
9

Jan.

Mar.

100

June

Jan.

110*4 July
104*4 July
102
July

111

May

97

60*4 July
July
July
110*4 July
107 k July

June
June

Apr.
13
12*4
13*4 13*4
12*4 Sale
13*4 13
30
27*4 28*4 29*4
97
101*4 100*4 105
3*4 Sale
3*4
3*4

5

June

9

23
31
20

7

Jan.

Mar. 31
Feb.
4

May
2*4 July
6
May

15

12

Apr.

June

110

£

6

July

57*4 July

98*4.100

24

14

Jan.

Jan.

95

3*4 Sale
55
56*4
49*4 Sale

Jan.

15
28
27

13*4 July

21

Apr.

1
1
19
15
28
2
10
28
9
27
22
29
6
16
7
26
2

TW"26
2
July 30

% July
1*4 July
11*4 July

10

Jan.

July
July
July

87

8

Feb.

7*4 July 21
July
7
July 23

7*4 July

1

7

May 10

12*4 July 22
15
July 12
1*4 July
7

12

Sale

14
Sale
Sale

59

26
16
24
21
Mar. 9

Jan.

1

111

Mar. 31

Apr.

56*4 July
2 *4 July
8*4 July

25
32.

5

23
Feb.
44*4 Feb.
14*4 May
3*4 Jan.

July
July

6
51*4 July
2*4 July 27
7*4 July 29

51

5

Apr.

Sale

'98"" 165"

53
27

July 30

54*4
2*4
7*4

7*1

May 20

97*4 Mar. 39

July 27 "II"" July"
2
July
July
23*4 July
July
1*4 July
July
105
July
105
July
53*4 July
51*4 July

Sale

**

20

5*4 July

110*4 July
4*4 July
"4*4 Sale"
28
July
28*4
31*4
11*4 July
14*4 Sale
83*4 July

;

Feb. 10
28

Jan.

55*4 Feb.
4
28*4 Jan. 29

10*4
1*4
20*4
1*4

1H

6

51*4
2*4 Sale

51

12

Jan. 11
27
July 30
Apr.
8
Jan.

7 Ji Feb.
3
June

15*4 July
*4 July

17*4 July
71*4 July
5*4 July
24
July
72
July
118
July
22
July
73*4 July
2*4 July
96*4 July
31
July
3*4 July
9*4 July
July
July
98*1 July
106*4 July

2

5

Jan. 19
Feb.
3

May 15

*4

12*4

84

76*4 July 26

1

5
49*4

1*4
lik

45

Feb.

July

65

11

44

43

18

*4

7*4

29

June 17

1*4 June 28

12

14

110*4

9

51*4 Jan.

64

3*4
10*4
29*4

6*4

14

6*4 Apr. 28

14*4

35

110

15*4 July
27

75

J*
97

28*4
13*4

June 24

18*4 June

40

73*4 Sale
2*4

33*4

17

57
37

5

June

15

Sale

91

11*4 Apr.
6
May 28
4*4 Feb. 11

8

July 15
45
6
July
12*4 July
1
16*4 July 21
9*4 July 13
41
July
6

8

13

Feb. 25
Jan.
7
Jan. 14
Feb.
3

25

13

July 27
July 13

4*4
46*4

1*4

98

9*4 June 21
5*4 June 17

13 145
20
1

July
1
*4 July 14
4*4 July
2
53 ; July
8

52

5

3

7

16*4
16*4
43*4
45*4
12*4 Sale
15*4
15*4
7*4
8
38*4
41

i

14*4 Mar
43

June 16
4*4 Apr. 26

July
July
July
July

"7" Jufy"l5

72

68

Sale"

June 14

3*4 May 25
7*4 June 26
34*4 June 17
29
May 19
31*4 June 15
42*4 Mar. 30
80*4 Mar. 10

July "15
July
1
July 30
July 21
July 12
July 22
July 15

Sale

2?*

Sale"

8*4 Mar. 23
22

27*4 July 17
30
July 21
9*4 July 13
2*4 July
8
56*4 July 20

15*4
44*4
11*4
14*4

0

July 30 118
11*4 June 17 16 *4 Feb. 18

21
27
27
27
15
30

July 29
July
1
July 30
July
July

Jan.

Mar. 2
90
Mar. 31
4*4 Jan. 20

109

19

July
July
July
July
July
July

33*4 May 13
88
May 20

41

Sale

8*

Sale

10

5
71
Jan.
2*4 June 29
9*4 June 17
2*4 June 14

3*4 July 15
39*4 July 16
91
July 21
114
July
1
13*4 July 28

91

ll"" "13*4 "II"" "12"
12
12*1 13*4 15

1*4

10
24,600 Northern Pipe Line
91,220 Nor States Power com A-.100
10,900 t Northern Tex El 6% pref.100
31,700 Northwest Engineering..
17,000 Novadel Agene Corp.......




50

48

Sale

37

Class B warrants new

..

■

Sale
56

Sale

24*4 Sale

7% preferred
...
100
225 Northern N Y Utll 7% pfd.100

v

9*4

8*4
2
55

13*4

45

56

27*4 Sale
9*4 Sale

Class A warrants new....

Prior

14

July 20

5%|2d preferred........100
5% 2d pref B
100

Nor Amer Lt A Pow com

10*4 July

15*4
28*4
8*4
1*4
52*4

19*4
29*4

72

% Sale
4*4

4

.—

80,400
8,600
96,628
,v
325
44,840
99,600
68,200

15

17
Feb. 16

24

18

28

Feb.

May 21

20

19

20

19*4

Sale

64

88*4 Sale

2.040 Nevada Calif Elec com—100
19*4
750
7% preferred
.......100
6,700 New Bradford Oil
5 "4*4
1,100 New England Pow Assn com.*
3,300
6% preferred
100
640 New Entfl Tel A Tel Co...100
22"
34,100 New Haven Clock Co com—*
76,600 New Jersey Zinc
25
37,800 New Mexico A Aria Land
1 "4*4
43,100 Newmont Mining Corp
10 130
25*4
4,100 New Process Co common....*
5*4
4,600 N Y Auction Co common...*
1,800 NYC Omnibus warrants
7,275 N Y
Hond Rosarlo M
10 '29*4
11,300 N Y Merchandise Co com..10
790 N Y Pr A Lt 56 pref
*
1,390
7% preferred.........._10O
N Y Shipbuilding Co
8*4
14,600
Founders shares
; 16,195 N Y Teleo 6)4% pref
1M 115*4
4*4
3,100 New York Transit.........-5
52
3,355 N Y Water Serv 6% pr«f_.10S
348,900 Niagara Hud Pow com.... .10
12,100
5% 1st pref..
......100
150
5% 2d pref A
100

V

Sale

15

8*4 Sale
37*4
41

Nat Power A Light—

450

46

44

20.850
$6 preferred
..—*
2,400 National Refining common 25
206,250 Nat Rubber Mach com
*
208,500 National Service Co
..1
29,200
Conv partic preferred
•
650 National Steel Car Ltd
*
35,800 National Sugar Refg
*
1,300 National Tea Co 5)4 % pref. 10
24,100 National Transit
12.50
163,500 National Union Radio com-.l
10.400 Navarro Oil Co
—-—*
7,000 Nebel (Oscar) Co com—...*
230 Nebraska Power 7% pref..100
26,100 Nehi Corp com...
—*
230
1st preferred
*
15,30* Nelson (Herman) Corp .....5
13,700 Neptune Meter class A.....
8,400 Nestle Le Mur Co class A...*

,

14
14
7

July
July

"7"*

200 National Candy Co com...
6,300 National City Lines com

13

Feb.

Mar.

654 June 15

23

91

2,000 Nachman Sprlngfilied Corp.*
24,000 Nat Automative Fibres A...*
12,800 National Baking Co com—.1
410,600 Nat Bellas Hess com
1
10,120 Nat'l Bond A Share Corp...*
100 Nat Brewers 7% pref..
25

Jan.

3

Sale

19

Jan.

18
4
10
14

4*4 May 19
Ji June 16

7

July

8*4 July 13 10*4
9*4 Sale
19*4 23*4
25
"4
3*4
4*4 "3 *4July "20
3*4
8*4
8*4 July 27
135
July
7 141
30
July
6 32*4
32*4 July
7 34*4
34*4 Sale
34
43*4 Juiy
8 45
44
46
j 43
176
186
195
4
3*4 July 30
3*4 Sale
3*4
4*4
4*1 July 21
10
July 26 12*4
16"" Sale
11
6
6*4
July
1
Sale
6*4
6*4
141

12,000 Murray Ohio Mfg Co....—*
150 Muskogee Co common—..— *
20
6% preferred
..100

:

3*4

*4 July 16
6*4 May 14

29
2

July

9*4 Sale

9*4

9*4

12

Sale"

13*4

12

10*4

Sale

12

Jan.

84*4 July
3
July

July
July
July

89

109

Sale

114

4*4 Jan.

2

2*4 Jan. 14
11*4 June 14

9

38*4 July

39*4

39*4

42*4
.....

Molybdenum Corp
.....1
Monarch Mach Tool Co com.*
Monroe Loan Society cl A..*
Montana Dakota Utilities..10

Moody's Investors Part pref
875 Moore Corp Ltd...........

Sale

Sale

May 28
VA June 29

29
12
13

20

8

July
July
Juiy
July
July

Sale

1.

Highest
Sale Prices

6*4 July
1*4 July

July

7

10

24

22*4

Lowest
Sale Prices

2*4 July
2*4 July
9*4 July
16
July
1
July
7
July

1
2
2
16
6

4*4 July
Vi July

4*4 Sale
1
Sale
8*4

Sale

9

$2conv prof

Midland Steel

Highest
Sale Prices

Lowest

July 31

Jitly 1

1937

Jan. 1

13

July

13 *4 July

June

12*4
27*4
97 *4
3*4

July
July
July
July

14 *4 July
32*4 July

Apr.

July

July

105

3*4 July

May
June 29

Jan.

July
| Jan.

12
16

Feb.

9
13

Jan.

Am, 1937]
AGGREGATE
In

SALES

July

11,800 Overseas Securities Go.

T.300

.....

*

53.150 Pacific G Ac B 6% 1st pref..25
4,400
5H% 1st preferred......25
2,850 Pacific Ltd Corp ft pref
•
520 Pacific P Ac L 7% prof
100
14,700 Pacific Public Service......*
2,100
1st preferred.............*
38,650 Pacific Tin special stock....*

700
250
•

100

3,400

"4", 400

25 Page-Hershey Tubes com—*
51,500 Pan Amer Airways com
10

100,700

Bid

550

"7# Sale

31# Sale
28 H Sale

28# Sale
26#
27

106
84
8#
23

^

iv

600
350

2,750 Pender (D) Grocery cl A.
14»600
Class B
4,300 Peninsula Telep Go com.
240

?

,

800

7%

4,225

34,500

60

20

39# Sale

46

63#

64#
Sate
4#

8#

3#

Penn Mez Fuel

July 31

7# July 21
4

July 23
21# July 23
27# July
1
36
July 16

3,800
H 1,240
,

20

1,725
1,150

35#

26#

1

common..

Pa Gas Ac Klec class A...
Pa Pow Ac Lt $6 pref.....

10,905
$7 preferred
5,125 Pennsylvania Salt Mfg

36#
7# 7 8#
28#

"~5

6#
Sate

Sale

vtc_. .—1

200 Pa Edison Co IS pref....
875
$2.80 preferred........

600

40

28#

111*

12#

11#

16 #

"13" r "13#

"93# Sale"

"l4# "16#

Sale
Sale

"33# "35""

2,100 Pharis Tire Ac Rubber
15,100 Philadelphia Go com

95

175

III"" Sale"

H50

2#

....

900

150

1,600
800
'

25
50

•

210,300
8,800
60,700
15,500
143,300
62,800
425
163,900
11,060
2,700
41,800
5,600
13,800

800

1,600
1,800
8,300
3,600

_.

10,700

840

1,000
7,400
1,000
1,500

Phoenix Securities

1

common.

Conv preferred A........10
Pierce Governor Co com
._*
Pines Wlnterfront Co

...1

Pioneer Gold Mines Ltd—..1

*
80

Pitts Metallurgical Co

4,000
6,300
100

60,200
115,500
3,300

Powdrell A Alexander com..5
Power Corp of Can com
*

300
4,800

10,400
134,800

Premier Gold Mining

Potrero Sugar com

........5

Pratt A Lambert

l",300

7,200
248,500

24,600

x23
4

575

2,000
2,400

2#
Sate

7#

7# Sale
10

12

88

89#
12# Sate

125"" 127#

123

Sate

ix

48 1?

lis

8#
36#
22#
2#
3#

8#
37
23

3#
3#

•:

7#

"19# Sale" "l9~" Sate'

7# Sale

:

1!*

IS

6
Sale

2

Sate

28#

9#

10

22#
30

35#
Sale

32

22#

33

33#

2# Sate

*

Pressed Metals of Amer.....*

33

24"" "30" *33# Sale
# ;
# '
f
4t
ft

34#
Sale

%

20

250
130

20

1,900
1,530

6% 1st preferred.....
7% 1st preferred...

15

50

250

Sate

Com $60 par

125
80

stock....-60
6% preferred..........100

7%

480
370

July 21
July
6
July
9
39# July 13
25# July
7
3# July 14
4
July
1
7# July 26

July

7

# July

2

2

102

99

101

99

Sale

54

Sate

"75"
75

78

85
85

78

July 15
July 14
July 17
July 14
July 12
July
9

2# July
9
10# July 22
22
July 14

July 20

9

1

1

July 10
July
July

200

150

1,500

900 Pyle National Co common..5
,42.100 Pyrene Mfg
10

110

3,320

Quaker Oats com..

590

100

1,300

4% preferred....

525

1,500

200 Rath Packing Co....
..10
Raymond Concrete Pile—
31,175
Common..

250

\

"48# Sale'

300

Sale

140

152

5,500
1,700
2,400
5,700
1,000
3,000

Reiter Foster Oil Corp

50
10

700
800

10,400
300

1,000

"""850
800

6,500
300

5,400
12,400
300

Rice Stix Dry Goods Co.....*

Richmond Radiator com....:

3,000
Voting trust ctfs
1
;
650 Rochester G A E 6% pref. 100
10 Rochester Tel 6#% pref..100
Rolls-Royce Ltd—
800
Am dep rets ord reg
£1
20,300 Roosevelt Field Inc
5

111,700

Root Petroleum Co com....l

3,600
$1.20 conv preferred..
20
32,600 Rossia Internet Corp ......*
275 Royalite OU Co Ltd...
•
.714,000 Royal Typewriter com
•

4,900 Russeks
228,400 Rustless
650

123,000
96,000

Fifth Ave Inc...2.50

Iron A Steel Corp..l
pref
.......*
Ryan Gonsol Petroleum
*
Ryerson A Haynes Inc com.l

$2.50

"

4

Sale

Sate

10#

24

10#

19

July

26
28

114# May 17
1# May 10
15
6

July

19

Feb.

6

5#
1#
8#
18#

July 29
June 28
1
July
June 29

20

22

127

July

17# July
17

%

July

95

July 24

2# July 12
35# July 21
74# July 23
23

Sate

25
11

1

July 31
July
2

19# July 14

July
July

ft

;

6 114
July 16
23 133
July
2
19 18# July 26

July

35

Sale

2

45#

14#
38

34

7#

16

39#

5#
Sate

1

5#

Sale

25#
5#

25#

Sale

4#

ft

2# Sale

1 n

12# Sale
5# Sale

81#

Sale

4#

4#

iig

10#
4#

6

39
48

July
July
5# July
17# July
38# July
6
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

12
12
6
12
29
8
8
26
20
26
23
8

Jan.

30

4# Jan.

2

Feb. 13
35# Feb. 13
ft Jan. 25

# Mar. 12

# Feb. 10

June 15

17# Mar. 11

8# June 25 11# Jan.
10# June 29 14# Jan.
99
May 18 103
Jan.
98
106

June

39

June

14
25
8

105
109

Feb. 15
* Jan. 28
68# Jan. 23
41
Mar. 3

June

19# June
75

July
May

98

Jan.

18

93
Feb.
119# Mar.
117# Apr.

June

4
5
8

92
June
4 103
Feb.
5
100# Apr. 10 106# Jan. 27

1# May 24
26

June 30

63# June 29
20

8

Jan.
Jan.

23
28

4# Jan. 12
60# Jan. Is
90# Jan.
8
25
Apr.
6
14# Feb. 26

109
June
1 124# Jan.
xl25#Apr. 28 150
Jan.
17# July 19 25# Jan.

17

June 30

28

# May 13
# June 29
ft July

July 21
July
8

July
July
July
July
July
July 13
July
1
July 14
July
1
July
6
July
1
July
6

48

4# Jan.

12# Feb.
3
33# Feb. 11

12

30

17 .100# July

10# July 22
110# July

20

5#

10# Sale

For footnotes see page 53.




H

1

x38

24# Jan.
41
4

10

32

Jan.
Jan.

2

49
27

53

2

Jan. 15
June 28

5# July 13
ft June 30

22# June 14
4# June 22
1# June 22
July
June 18

17ft

15
6

9

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.

15

7
25
26
17

Mar.
Mar.
Feb.

3
9
1

July 12
46# Mar. 3
8"
Feb. 19
1

32
5
2

13
7

Apr. 19

Mar. 1
Jan. 20
Feb. 16
Mar. 17
Feb.
9

ft July 27
# July
6
ft July 27
# July
6
97# July 28 97# July 28
97# July 28 104# Feb. 25
July 28 112
July 28 112
July 28 112
July 28

112

lifl Sate*
18# 18%

2#
6#

13#
#

>

3
Sale

13#
'

#

91"" "95" 106# 115""
12# Sale"

conv

2",355

475

15
7
17

29
21

17
15

Jan.

fc

85 Sanford Mills Co common..*
32,700 Savoy OU Co..
5

34",566

35
Sale
40#
45

VaUey Gas Co—

4,600

500

Sale

5

Reybarn Go., Inc.......
1
Reynolds Invest com .......1

3,400 Safety Gar Heating Be Ltg_..*
93,400 St Anthony Gold Mining...1
11,300 St Lawrence Corp Ltd......*
1,550
A $2 conv pref
..50
883,900 St Regis Paper Co
5
5,550
7% preferred
100
12,500 Samson United Corp eom...l

3,300

Sale
# Sale

*

Reliance El & Eng Co

aIH

32^ Jan.
25

7#

6,600
29,200
80,600
27.400
99,800

25

Sale

"""#

33#

184,100

18

#

*

com

72# Sate

114
112# 112
133
130# 133

17

17

...*

Reed Roller Bit Co new..

Rio Grande

3,000

108
130

24#

41# Sale

5,500 Reeves (Daniel)

4

2

Feb.
3
Apr. 21
Feb.
1

16# Feb.
2
34
Mar. 31
15# Feb.
9
11# Mar. 2
40
Mar. 2
33# Feb. 23
3# Feb.
1
6# Jan.
5
9# Jan. 22
42# Apr. 21
27# Feb.
4
16# Mar. 17
16# June
7
47# Feb.
4
2# Jan. 11
19
Apr. 21
8
Feb.
9
6# July 26

ft July 15
15# July 30
30

1# July
27# July
64# July

Sale

Sal^

"8# T§# "16# "II

37,500
-

28

64#

5,500
$3 conv pref............
*
29,800 Raytheon Mfg, com..
50c
55,800 Red Bank Oil Co

2,000
10,000
3,100

16

Jan.

7
7

8# July
20

33# July 31
ft July
6

Sale

5,700 Railway A Light Securities.*
3,700 Rys A Utll Invest cl A com.
43,300 Rainbow Luminous Prod A.*
64,500
Class B common...

2",600

July 30

Jan.
June
June
June
40
June
17
June
86# June
12
June

77
112

94

103

23#

3,300

37

117# Apr.

121
100

10,000 Quebec Power Co.

95
51

11

41

100
Public Service of Oklahoma—

2,050
$7 part preferred
....*
36,530 Puget Sound P A L $6 pf
*
10,395
$5 preferred
*

'.

23

Apr. 27

Jan.
June

4# Mar. 13

28

8# July
6

13
79

4

June 21
June
3
June 22

Mar. 10

45

9# July
12# July

6

72

42# Mar. 6
17# Jan. 15
12
Jan. 19

30

35#
19#
2#
3#

31

Apr.
1
8# Feb. 11
5# Mar. 6

May 21
28
May 14
# May 28

Public Util Securities—

5,125
1,000

ig
111
31

6

preferred

6% prior lien pref......100
7% prior Hen pref......100

Jan.
Mar.
June
109
June
31# Mar.

Feb. 17

10

June 28
June 19

2# July

7
100# July
7 100# July
2
106# July 26 107
July
43
July v 1
57# July 21
23
July
7 33# July 16
75
7
July
7 75
July

30# Sale

1

12# Feb. 17
30# Mar. 13

May 13
May 27
May 27

42

28

43

14

June 11
June
5

89
162
3
73

10

33

11

71

33
10

32# July 20
2# July
1

71#
87

65
33
12
82

8# July 17
11# July 26

114# July 26

"6# July'26

43

83
83

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

5# July ~29
2
July
7
8# July
20
July:

11#

100

650

77" July "24
121# July
6
33# July

July

7#
9#
114#
31#
8#
7#
36#
21#
2#
3#
7#

9# Sate
12
12#

100

10,550 Public Serv of fnd pr pref..*
8,505
$4 preferred
1,400 Public Service of Nor 111....*

7

July
July
July 27
96# July 30
175
July
6

110# July

Public Service of Colorado—

„

2

July

Jan.

May 27
109# May
8
5# July
2
3# June 16

33
13
91

# July
13# July

# Sale

10]
98]

7

22# '22# 19
24
July
1
92# Sate
92# July 31 97#
14
14# 12# July
15
1
118
120# 118# July 30 134
1# Sate
1# July 17
1#
14# 15
15
July 19 15#
5#

Producers Corp
1
#
fPropper
McCallum Hosiery
42,000
Mill- Co com
..__..*
52,900 Prosperity Co B common...*
13
14#
4,350 Providence Gas Co.........*
34,400 Prudential Investors com
•
12# Sale
3,700
$0 preferred..—...
..* 100
104

3,100
4,300

Sate

2#

Sale

8

34)
4)

......

200 Prentice-Hall Inc

"

6H
37
38#
20# Sale
3
3#
5 # Sale

10

Pittsburgh Plate Glass com 25
Pleasant Valley Wine Co
1

Plough, Inc—
....*
400 Pneumatic Scale Corp..
10
1,400 Polaris Mining Co......
25c

■i:i66

9# Sale
7# Sate
37# Sale

6*

Pitney Bowes Postage Meter*

Pitts A Lake Erie RR

79

'31# Sale"

Pitts Bessemer Ac L E RR...50

Pittsburgh Forgings Co

""July

30# June 16
26

4

12# July
90# July
93# July
173
July

33

8#
10

7
9

"5# July"

73~" July"

.....

7#
8#

July
8# July

3

76#

Co—1

700 Phila Elec $5 dlv preferred.-*
550 Phlla El Pow 8% pref..
25
26,100 Phillips Packing Go
*

4,300
17,900

"90" "§!#

33

28# July 13

5# July
3# July
33

15

2,200 Penn Trafic Co
.2.50
15,400 Pa Water Ac Power.......
15,350 Pepperell Mfg Go
AH
3,150 Perfect Circle com......

T§56

5#

~

»

33
July
7
8# July 29
26# July 26

3# Sale

Ill*

:.:*

Apr. 28

10# Feb.

26# June 28 32# Feb. 15
26# Mar. 18 29# Feb.
2
103
May 18 107# Jan. 28
65
June 11
89
Jan. 22
7
July 28
5
Apr. 29
8# Jan. 14
20# July 26
is** July 26 24# Jan. 5
46# July 27
38
May 11 54# Mar.'ll
101# Apr. 23 01# Apr. 23
69
July
6
59
Apr. 26 75# Jan. 14
8# July 15
5# Mar. 22
9# Jan.
2
4
July 23
July 23
6# Feb. 19
23# July 15
21# July 23 30
Jan. 18
30# July
7
25# June 28 30# July
7
48
July 22
29
Apr. 28 53
Feb.
3

# July
2
# July 26
# July

22

29#

"30"

36
»

JO

30# July
26# July 15 27# July
104# July 26 105
July

Sale

29

27# Sale

Apr. 28
7# July

*8# July"l9

1

28# July

63# Sate
7# Sate
3#
5

Sale

9# Sale
5#

m

Highest
Sale Prices

7

24

44#

*

...

I loo

preferred

506,900 Pennroad Corp com

""*"75

,

6#

21#

Lowest
Sale Prices

'7# July"!

7io Patchogue Plymouth Mills..*

100

:

6

Highest
Sale Prices

10

"9#

7#

30# Sale
26# 27#

23

5#

Sale

14,300 Parkersburg Rig & Reel Co.l

100

Lowest
Sale Prices

Ask

Sale
Sale

43#

6,900 Paramount Motors Corp....l
2,675 Parker Pen Co
10

•

.

13,200

July 31

Ask Bid

Bid

Ask

"sli "T"

1,197,200 Pantepec Oil of Venesuela,.l

100

July 1

1937

Shares
STOCKS (Continued)
Par
100 Oliver United Filters B—

6,400

RANGE SINCE
JAN. 1

Price
Jan. 2

Jan. 1

"2~,Ibo

47

PRICES IN JULY
NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

,

Shares

CURB EXCHANGE

YORK

NEW

"4# Sale"

}}$

49#
5#

11
Sale

12#

19*

45

Sai*

11# Sale
4#
3#

4

Sate
=

49
6

Sale

111# Sale
•A

ft
11
31

'9#

Sale

,,ft
11#

34

7# Sale

mm
8# Sale

4

"3# Sale"

"4" Sale

27# July 15
2# July 20
7# July 19
13# July
2
# July
9

26

June

2# July
5

June

11# June
# June
Apr.
90
Jan.
12
July
10# June
46# June
4
Mar.
3# June
40

99# July "31
12
July 14
11# July
2
49# July 21
5# July
2
3# July
6
IIVA

ft Sale

"5# Sale" "5# Sa'le"
3#

27# July 21
2# July 28
6
July
1
13# July
2
ft July
7

July
July
11# July

7# July
104# July
5# July

lI5# July"l9
13
15
51

6
5

July 22
July 14
July 15
July 21
July
8

1 123# July
13
ft July
6 12# July

26

13
19

1 "§"" July "26
7 113# July 16
1
6# July 12

"3# July""!

4"" July "27

June 30 141

July 15
Feb.
3
Jan.
2
Jan.
5
Jan. 21
Mar.
1
July 19
Apr.
6
Jan. 19

July

Apr.
# Jan.
15# Apr.
38# Apr.
11# Apr.
June 10 117# Jan.
5# May 14
6# Julyl
58
May 18 69
Feb.
3
Apr.
3
4# Jan.
Apr. 20

Jan.
5
Jan. 18
June 29

15

Jan. 22
Mar. 2

6
27
6
6
6
25
i
10
25

CURB EXCHANGE

NEW YORK

48

range since jan. 1

prices in july

aggregate

sales

In

Since

July

Price
Jan. 2
1937

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Jan. 1

1,400
4,400

3,300
35,450

22

Ask

Schiff Co com
Scovllto Mfg Co

44

200 Scranton Lace Co common--*

70

Sale

Ask

Ask Bid
20"
Sale

41

Bid

Poor

STOCKS (CtmilawX)

Share*

Shares

Lowest

975

3,800
19,200
16,100
220,400
136,950
144,100
6,400
37,750
35,920

100

13,600
6,500
250

16,300
1,000
2,450
2,420

1,300
800

25,000
11,500
1,400
4,250
170

4,100
32,700
15,800
247,400
302,900
27,900
38,600
1,950
1,335

Water Serv

Securities

3)4

com—*
common
*

48

46

42

*

Sale

97

26.800

6,200
210

2,100

"""400

"6", 200
19,300
8,100
500

2,700
5,300
190

800
10

•8 «*

—•

Severalty Aircraft Corp—_—1
Shattuck Denn Mining
5

Sale*
Sale

30

Power.*
com--25
pref A A A—100

Shawinigan Water A

Sherwin-Williams Co

1,000
1,600
4,700
4,100

1,400

67,900

100

3,300
48,600
4,900
15,400
7,600
2,900
30,500
17,900
8,800
96,000

7,800

"""700
3,600
1,100
2.500
900
550

9.900
900

5,200
400

45,400
1,500
700
2,700
11,600
4,300

2,900
50

9,200

T.600
4,500
325

300

6,800
1,300
10,200
100
400
900

4,800
1,600

49*.500
700

8,300
825

41,400
703,900
20,800
10,200

50,000
45,500
199,300
10,050
55,500
51,350
138,500
24,200
4,600
462,000
10,700
261,100
4,250

10,800

47,400

3,400
1,050
2,000
200

Standard Silver Lead...—..1

Standard Steel Spring

"m "w
43

44

9%

Sterling Aluminum Prod- .1
-1
Sterling Brewers lnc
.1
Sterling Inc...
......
Stetson (John B) Co com.
Stlnnes (Hugo) Corp..... —5
*
Stroock (S) A Co Inc....
£8tutz Motor Car Co
—
Sullivan Machinery Co...

*

Sunray Drug Co common -.1
1

Sunray Oil

conv preferred— .50
Sunshine Mining Co...... 10c

5H%

2,200

1900
2,800
6,700
5,300
4,600

11)4

12

104)4 10554
5)4 Sale
534 Sale
63
6754
21
Sale
% Sale

5)4

1)4 Sale

li

5)4

5)4

5)4
6)4
2)4
3
9)4 Sale
42)4 Sale

45)4

10
46)4

24

3,900
800

—1

754

18" "1854
103

110

9)4 Sale

29

Sale

3

9)4

8

h

a

Sale4

lo"8

10)4

434

^
22
22

19)4 Sale

2034 Sale

1034
934
10
33)4
3434 36)4
100)4 103)4 103
3 34
234 Sale
3)4
43
28)4 40
18
15)4
17

j'a

Sale

29

22

2
25)4
2)4

23
6
2
2

15
14
2

July
July
9)4 July
42)4 July
3

2

July 20
9
)4 July
2
9)4 July

%
19)4
2134
4)4
16)4

July

2 \

July

3)4
Sale
Sale

7)4

5)4

5)4

9

July 22
7
July
1
July
2
July
2
41
July
1
19)4 July

July
July

7)4

Sale

5

18)4

"20"
Sale

107

20

20 54

103

9)4

9)4 Sale

4)4

10

10 34

1054
554 Sale

Sale

July
July

July
July
At July
23)4 July
5)4 July
36
16

13

5

Sale

Sale

234
2)4
2034
23
54
%
1934
2054
17%
1854
434 Sale

Sale

4534

22)4

Sale
Sale

Sale
20

2634

19

1954

4)4 Sale
44)4 47
20)4 Sale

47

Sale
Sale

13"

Sale

38)4
2

Gold Mines...*
Tenn El Pow 7% 1st pref..100
Texas P A L 7% pref
100
Texon OH A Land Co.
2

4)4 Sale

Sale
6)4

Thew Shovel Coal Co com..*

1
Tishman Realty A Constr..*
Tilo Roofing Inc

1234 Sale

954

10)4

TobaccoA Allied Stocks....*

Exports......*

Sale

11

13

14

Sale

117)4 Sale

"3)4 "3)4

Am dep rets

Am dep rets def

IB
51

52

"254 Sale
9

11

—..

33)4

34)4

8% July
554 July
4)4 July
234
2054
)4
18

July
July

July
July
July

1
15
1
23
28
28
1
10

"334 July ""I
41)4 July
1754 July
17
July

1
1
1

30,900 Ulen A Co 7)4 % pref
25
5% preferred—.—.—.25
8,500

14"

Jan.

2

654 Apr. 21

113

4)4 Sale

5)4 Sale

7

8
64
Sale
3)4 Sale
7)4

16)4
234

7034

34
1
434 Sale
1034 Sale
1)4 Sale
8
9)4

16)4 Sale

6

28

1634
3)4
73

16)4 July
2% July
66
July

70

,

34
1
434 Sale
1034
11
154
134
8)4
10

21
21
2

July 26
July 28
1
654 July
934 July 28

22

Sale

22

72

68

72

68

554 Sale
9)4
10)4

,634 Sale
9)4
1034

4

5 34
4)4

354

For footnotes see page 53*

i

Jan.

6

Jan.

4

7)4 Mar. 13
6)4 Feb. 20
11)4 Apr. 17

July
July
July
July
July
July
July

9
30
28
22
23
30
26

48

9

42

June 15

1

9
9
13

34
2234
2334
4)4
1934
44 34
20%

May 28
Feb.

3)4 July
3k July

May 13

19)4 July 22
2134 July

June 17

4

15)4 Jan.
5
July
2
19
Apr. 29

41

2
June 16
3
36
June
1434 June 14

% Jan.
23
5

July "15
July
1
July
9
July
6
July
7

16)4 Feb.
4)4 June
Feb.
1754 May
107
Feb.
8
May

11)4 July 15
6% July
7
554 July
8
1754 July 30
234 July 15
2254 July 13
54 July
8
2134 July 22
4 34 July
9
46)4 July 20
19% July
9
19)4 July 17

Apr.

Jan.

15

Jan.
Jan.
Mar.

28

19
1

1)4 Mar. 2
1254 Apr.
7
454 Jan. 14
1

Jan.

23

22)4 May 11
27
Apr. 17
5)4 Jan.
5
21
May
7
63)4 Jan. 14
2054 Mar. 22

1354

Apr.

Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
-Jan.
6954 Jan.
25
Feb.
% Feb.
36
Jan.
8

21

25
10

27

93

2
11
21
13
14

7
1
25

28
Mar. 30

Mar. 15
Feb. 11
Feb. 27

15 21)4 July
1 107
Feb.
20
Feb.

15
1

3954 Jan.

5

30
2

|354

6

1554 Mar. 17

8)4 June 15
554 July 15
2
434 Jan.
16
June 29
154 May 15
2054 July 28
)4 June 30

Feb. 23

18
July 10
4
15
May
354 May 18

Feb.

Mar. 4
Feb. 26
Feb.

Feb.
Mar.
Jan.

16
44
11

Mar.
Feb.

June 17
Apr. 27

Apr. 29
4
Jan.
8
July

98
98

2
8

2
7

15
Mar. 11
Jan. 25
Jan. 23

40)4 June 28
17% June 28

9)4
33)4
34
3)4
18%

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

3
8

Apr.

7

Feb.

11

July

22

July

8

Feb.
Jan.
Jan.

4
14
11
Mar. 12

June 17
June 29
June 21
9
June

Feb.

16

434 July
63)4 July
101
May

1

May 20
Feb. 10

8

Jan.

4

Jan.
Jan.

8
2
26
Mar.
9
Mar. 10

June 30
43)4 Jan. 25
2
12)4 Jan.
5

59)4 July
1434 July
8
July
64)4 July
4)4 July

7)4 July 28
Apr. 29
3
Apr. 26

Jan.
Jan.

25
5

July

14

1654 July 21
254 July 21
51
Jan.
4

18)4 Jan.

65

1634 July
9
2)4 July
9
74
July 28

July
73)4 July
654 July 20
11
July 14

24

July
July

35
10

2

June 18
June 17

93

ft

7

33
June 17
9
10234 June
2)4 June 17

2134 July 22
5)4 July
7

35)4

18
11

934 June 22

11)4 July
38

9
97% July 30
92)4 July
7 103
July 26
July
9
34 July
)4 July
2
134 July
)4 July
454 July 12
4
July 21
1
1234 July
8
10)4 July
1
134 July 20
134 July

24

23

Mar. 16
Jan. 19
Feb. 15
July 19
Mar. 10
28
Jan. 14
41)4 Jan.
4
834 Feb. 19
83
Mar. 2
60
Jan. 21

8% Mar. 25
42
Apr.
8
June

7

254
8%
534
2954

Apr.
July
June
June
July
May
July
July

2

July 28 29%
5
1
July
8
67)4
July
8 104)4
July
6
July
6
July

July 16
7
1334 July
7)4 July 28
1
64
July
1
3)4 July

13" '13)4

17
254
66

Jan.

7

June
July

5

34 July
34 July
11)4 July

19

July

1

27 54
434
5334
.10334
534
52

Sale

1654
2)4
62)4

00

5

July "26 14" July "26
July
6 117)4 July 22
July
8
July
8 98

3 34 July

J Sale

61)4 Sale

8)4 Sale
1134 11H

70

4)4

.

4)4 Sale

3

2
July
9
2954 Mar. 30

5

101

"l54 Sale"

Feb.

7)4 Feb. 15
13)4 July 12

July
Jan.

654
4)4
5%
434

534 July
2
334 July
7
July
6
July 21

July "2 21)4
1 107
July
9)4 Jul y 26 10%
3634 July 24 37
12)4 July 13 13

1034 July
33)4 July

73)4 Sale
112
6

28

Jan.

054
4)4
154
534

10
47

20
107

98

Sale

2154 Sale
554 Sale

Teck Hughes

13" "1454
116

12

2

Jan.

2

July
7 10354 July
1
July
7
July
43
13
July
21
18)4 July
1
July
33 » July
7
8
6
July
2

4)4 July 23

17
3

254

25)4

24
11
16

35

5)4 July

634 July
9
2
July 28
834 July 30
534 July 19
27% July 13
25)4 July 13
37
July 30
554 July T"
65
July ;
155
July

5

9)4
Sale
36)4 34)1
103)4 103
2
Sale

33Sale*

5)4

"6)4
Sale

13
22
23

1

Jan.

Feb.

%

22)4
23)4

Sale

8)4 Sale

m

23
26

28)4 Apr.

27

15" Sale"

Technicolor Inc common-..*

Common
1
183,600
Class A
33,250
86,400 Tung Sol Lamp Wks com... 1
80-cent div pref.........
28,800




1
12
1

21)4 July 22

7)4

37)4
134

—..*
Tastyeast Inc class A new—1
Taylor Distilling Co
1

66,100 Tonopah Belmont Develop.. 1
1
38,600 Tonopah Mining of Nev
128,600 Trans-Lux Pict Screen com.l
—10
48,800 Trans western Oil Co
74,360 Trl-Contlnental Corp Warr__

900
100

June

3)4 June
1154 July
295
Apr.

28

,,

454

Tublxe Chatillon Corp—

700

June 23
Mar. 31

254 Feb
1)4 Jan.
12)4 Mar.
6)4 Jan.
28)4 Feb.
3354 Feb.
154)4 Mar.
114
Jan.

% May 25

*

600 Trunx Pork Stores Inc......*

2,300

3)4 July 21
1534 Apr. 28
2534 Apr. 29

9

534 July
1 )4 July
8
Sale
6)4 July
Sale
5
July
A 54
4 34
26)4 July
27)4 Sale
26]
25)4 25)4 25)4 July
24]
35)4 July
5)4 July
6)4
4)4
6)4 "~5 ")4
65
July
162* 168" 15434 July

5)4

5)4 Sale
1)4 Sale

22)4

37 34 Sale

July

5)4 July

410

30

154 Jan. 11
34 Apr. 29

8)4 May 17

1

6)4

470 Toledo Edison 4% pref.-100
7% preferred A........100

70

July
90)4 July
9234 July

8

454 Sale

Sa"le~

July

5)4

21

19)4

13

'2" July"9

*

ord reg shs.-XI
reg—....6s
13,700 Todd Shipyards Corp.......*
2,600
1,500

600

22

34 July 30

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

16
14
21
Feb.
1
Mar. 31
30
Jan.
6
4)4 Jan. 26
28)4 Mar. 1
101)4 Mar. 4
104
June
7

15| June

118
108
24

Mar. K

64)4 May 26
7834
534
50)4
4)4
9)4

554 June
May
234 June

10
12
15

354 July
11)4 July
29934 JuJy

Tobacco Secur Trust Co Ltd

600

2

June

22

27
19
22
22

454 July
1
23 13)4 July
July
2 303

11)4

Sale

4

Sale

6

3*

Tampa Electric Co

Tobacco Prod

19

55

6

2)4 June
44)4 May

54 July
9
34 July
2
9
July
9
8)4 July
1
334 July 14
3)4 July 21
17
7
July 19 1854 July
27J4 July 16 29)4 July 31
123)4 July
1 14054 July 16
July 15
108)4 July 22 110

11)4

Sale

1

com

2

1

% July 30

34

Co—*

Standard Tube class B

201,425 Taggart Corp

300

100

1

Standard Products Co

....

15,600
58,300
149,300
144,760
87,400
1,000
1,140
62,100
33,200
64,150
6,700
1,975

100

—

....

.15
5,200 Swan-Finch Oil Corp
12,850 Swiss-American Blec pref. 100
100
25 Syracuse Ltg 6% pref—

25

5)4

So West Pa Pine Lines

Superior Port Cem B com
50
$3.30 class A part-.-.

3,550

6,200
32,600
7,000

Co—5
—25
50
Spanish & General Corp Ltd
Am dep rets ord reg shs—£1
Am dep rets ord bear—1£
Spencer Chain Stores
*
Stahl-Meyer Inc com...
•
Standard Brewing Co......*
Standard Cap & Seal com—1
Conv preferred
10
Standard Dredging com-...*
Conv preferred-—*
Stand Invest $5)4 pref w w—*
Standard Oil (Kentucky).. 10
Southland Royalty
South Penn Oil

Preferred

17)4 Sale
27)4 29)4 Sale
123)4 Sale 133)4 Sale

24

5

com—*

Standard Wholesale Phos¬
1,350
phate A Acid Works—...20
126,000 Starrett (The) Corp v t c..l
*
50 Steel Co of Can Ltd ord
—*
3,400 Stein (A) A Co com
30
6)4% preferred——100
69,100 Sterchl Bros Stores Inc....-*
1st preferred—.........50
2,935
2d preferred............20
4,700

""'loo

9,800
1,700
3,900

Line-.—10

10,000 Standard Oil (Nebraska)—25
81,800 Standard Oil (Ohio) com. .25
5% pref
100
1,825
462,900 Standard Power A Lt com.. 1
Class B common
*
31,300
4,100

29

29
~

31

50
7% preferred
——100
110 South New Engl Telep Co-100

Southern Union Gas

Sale

Sale

3)4 Sale

6,200 Simplicity Pattern Co
--1
Sale
2,163 Singer Mfg Co------——100 370
Singer Mfg Ltd———-554
6
Am dep rets ord reg shs— £1
6,500
150 Sioux City G & E 7% pref.100
400 Skinner Organ Co
1,025 Smith (Howard) Paper Co—*
15,300 Solar Mfg Co
1
Sale
109,100 Sonotone Corp———-1
28,700 S088 Mfg Co
—
1
500 South Coast Corp com
1
28
281
19,900 Sou Calif Edison pref B
25
25
28]
17,500
5)4% pref class C——
25
2,020
5% original pref
—25
5%
5)4
8,100 Southern Colo Pow cl A--25

Southern Pipe

9234 July

2)4 Sale
21)4
23
93)4
95
96)4 Sale

30

H Sale

Pipe Line stamped——25
Simmons-Boardman Pub

10,300
38,600
112,400
27,750
1,650

23)4 July
2)4 July
22
July
90)4 July

July
July
2
July
6
July
25
July
3
July
22
July
95
July
97)4 July

July

Can—*

Corp conv pref
—46,600 Simmons H'ware & Paint Co *

30

94)4

% Sale

3

*

300

"5,606

24)4
93

90)4
92)4

Sale

6

45

July 28
2)4 July . 19
July
6
2
July
6
July

47

2

6)4

"2)4 Sale"

,

42

37)4 July 20

45

3

s

*1

Shreveport Eldorado

100

.

Ltd—

Seton Leather com

5% cum

3

45 1

Sale

6

20

Control——1

Sherwin-Williams of

3
48)4

2)4
2

97"" Sale"

Allotment certificates

Sentry Safety

50

"354 Sale'

Industries1
stock———5

Selfridge Prov Stores,
American dep rets

47

41

45

Highest
Sale Prices
26
May 2l

\

2134 June 23
38% May 13

22)4 July 12
July 27
44
July
2

21h July ,16
July
1
July
6

21

41

,45

45

654 Sale

Convertible

$5.50 prior stock

3)4

2 54 Sale

Segal Lock A Hardware com 1
Selberllng Rubber com
*
Selby Shoe Co com
-*
Selected

Sale Prices

33

$6 pref

Corp Gen'l

Seaman Bros

Lowest

Sale Prices

451

Scmnton-Spring Brook

125
500

Highest

Sale Prices

July 31

July 1
Bid

8

3

74

9
Fe>. 26
July 28

Feb. 18
92)4 July
9 105
Mar. 18
99
June 26 115
56 Jan. 25
% Jan. 16
2
Feb. 26
% June 17
4
June 28
5)4 Feb. 26
13)4 Apr.
6
1054 July
3
Jan. 22
1)4 June
8
9)4 Mar. 4
8
May 27
_

1554 Jan.

4

Jan.
4
4)4 June 14
9)4 July 28

60

354 May 14
3)4 June
7

3154 Feb. 17
86
00
May
8

HB

Feb.

Feb.

9)4 Feb.
6)4 Feb.

1
1

Aug., 1937]

NEW

CURB EXCHANGE

YORK

AGGREGATE

PRICES IN JULY

in

July

new york
curb exchange

Since

Jan. 2

STOCKS(Concluded.)

<

21,200

Union Gas of Canada

;

;

1,000

v

13K

23,000

Lowest

2

10

Lowest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

2

July

19

2** July

1

135* July
10** July

11

-

Highest

Sale Prices

Ask

~13K "155* "16"

200 Union Investment Co com..*
ioo Union Oil of Calif rights...

" V '50

'i

■

4

3**

July 31

Ask Bid
2 K Sale
IK

Bid

1654 Sale

.—..

•

200

Ask

Bid

31,000 Unexcelled Mfg Co Inc.... TO
170 Union Elec of Mo 7% pref.100

"¥,306

July 1

1937

Soares

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Price

Jan. 1

Shares
1,000

49

2
17

15 K July

30

2
112

20,600

100

Common

17**

1»K

20

20%

13

17** June 21

30*4 Mar.

9** July 20
47
July 19
1** July 23

19** July

7K

20** Sale

400

m
52

8

8J4

7** July
47
July
K July

11,400

3,700
11,400

42,000
207,500

r'42,406
13,500
300

/

pref

..._*

:

""§*4 Sale

14,800

6** June 17
47
July 19

13 k Feb.

21

2

July

.

50

Sale

28**
62**

32**

i

U S Radiator

7%

6**

Sale

50

Sale

30
80

28

31

66

U S

Rubber Reclaiming....*

6,020
10,000
2,850
8,800
5,650
10,635
4,500

1,400
150

7K

7K

1,200
200

950
900
110

7%

325

com

8**

754 July 22
July 19
6
IK July
9** July 29

10 K

mm

3,675
Priority Stock
.....*
38,400 Utility 8c Ind Corp com.....*
Conv preferred
77,700
......*
231,000 {UtU Pow 8c Light com......]
16,000
Class B common.......... 1

1,100
3,500

21,500
300

7% preferred

; V 55,700

2,200

33,600 Valspar Corp

"

650
•

600
4,100
13,700

:

*

50

1,800
1,100
1,400

100

Sale
89 *6 Sale

5*4 July
2** July

1

85** July
39
July
12** July
11K July
IK July
81** July
2** July
26 '
July
7** July
5K July
5* July
5** July

17

13** "14"
11k Sale
1 % Sale

Sips
~~7K

80

25** 26**
7*4 Sale

Bale

13 K
13

85
80
2** Sale

16 H Sale

26

6

Sale

1

*

K Sale
4K Sale
11**
14

4

14**

12 K

18**
6

Sale

2%
85
25*

2K

?/

9

27K
10.**

Sale

X

a

Sale

3
4

Sale

16

4

18**
65*
24

60

3J*
*89

AK
4
87
87
IK Sal
4K Sal
IK Sale
3 V 3K
24
Sale

4**

4K
71

75

45* Sale
73
75**

X

mk
2$ 2k 3

«

2% Sale

2$
15

Sale

20**
6

65*

58

605*

6** Sale
62
21
7 K Sale
2

95
Sale
1454 Sale

6*4

5K

245*

24** 26
6** Sale
1*1 Sale
.........

"105*

7K

4K

Sale

6** Sale
1*1 Sale

Sale

.

21**

12"

4K

5

15**

20

5**
6**
19** Sale

...

"""600
200

5,500
4,000
1,700
1,900
7,400
1,300

11

"l5* ""25*

12
Sale

2

"3

4"

~

25*

25*
7

Vi.

10 K

Sale

9

I* if*

10 K

" Sale

660

7% 1st preferred

...100

Common....

♦

900

300

24

27

25**

1,000

2

29
22
1

8

,

247
2

9**
654

8lH

ilH
13 K

825%
<&V*

2

28

1

10K

1

7

1

30
22

8*4

7

4*
11*

1

4K

6
2

22

20

27

9

9
6
6

27

27
21
9
6

64**
3**
94**
55*

76**

1

4

2
19

2

6** July 26
July
7
24** July
2
6K July 23
IK July
1
84** July
7
11
July
6
5

July
7
19*4 July 31
95** July 17
July "21
1 *4 July
8
2K July
1
7
July
1
754 July 16
85* July 29
4K July 26
8
July 27

254
26**

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July,
July
July

5

12** Sale

.*

250
56,900
906,000
44,500

654

t Wll-Low Cafeterias com._.l
Convertible preferred....*

75* July
7*4 July
5* July

*1

3

15

1554

4

20

Wilson Jones Co com......

Wisconsin PAL

-

7*J
% V
21

21

15

15**

15

3"

3
Sale

155*

Woodley Petroleum Corp
1
Woolworth (F W) Ltd—
Am dep rets ord shs new 5s.
/; 13,000
Am dep rets pref
1,300
£1
300,500 Wrlgbt-Hargreaves Ltd.....*

53,600 Youngstown Steel Door...
225,100 Yukon Gold Co

8

1

3
July
20*4 July

15

22
8
6
13
13

July 23

*

5

13
9

2254

77 K July

5

13.
Sale

23K

it]
9

18

4

4K July
13 K July
9** July

13

9**
Sale

18

July

~754 Sale

-5KSaIe

"5 K "July"

66
5

63 K 65**
2% Sale

65)
2)

2K

67
3

10

11

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

June

8

45

May

6

75

5k Jan.

19
27

29
14
14
23
28
6

14
10
23
26
22
12

!45

1*4
9**
5*4
2*4
84

80

6K July 13
65
July 10
2654 July
9
7
July 14
2
July
~
90
July 23
14** July 20

June 21

2*4 June

30
June 23

6*4
5K
%
45*

June 30
1
July
June 11
June 11

K
3*4
3**
1254

July 22
6
Jan.
June 14
30
Jan.

9

6
26
9
8
19

6
July
July 29
1
July
May 21

Mar. 23

25

8

7
12

4

37** Apr. 28
12** July 21
10 k June 25
ik July 29

7

2
12
7
21
15
15
12
23
20
6
9

11

June

4

June 16

15*4 May
654 July
23** Apr.
5654 June
254 Feb.
89
July
4** June
71** June
k June
2k June
j* June
2k July
>

5
27

28

18
3
27

15
22
16

17
3
19

9

July

16

7954
4**
12**
9*4

July
July

29
13
6

854 Apr.
6
July 19
1k Feb. 15

547
12

Mar. 10

7** May 18
4k Jan. 28
96*4 Jan. 28
47*4 Jan. 26
14** June 18
18*4 Feb.
5
3
Mar. 8
9354 Jan. 26
4k Mar. 13
3454 Feb. 23
16

Mar. 11
Mar. 10

14

1*4 Jan.
18** Jan.

1*4 Feb.
5
Feb. 23

4*1
6
18

Jan.
July
8*4 Apr.
22** Jan.
19
Jan.
35 k Feb.
80*4 Jan.
454 Apr.
103** Feb.
6
Jan.
8954 Jan.
2
Jan.
6*4 Feb.
IK Jan
3k Mar.
28*4 j n.

28

21
9.
2
18
18
28

10
4
9

16
25
3
16
18

Apr. 28

10** Feb. 15

Mar. 22
June 29

73
33

Feb.

28

16

Apr. 15

Apr.
154 Jan.
83** June

Feb.
5
Jan. 25
Jan. 12
Feb.
3

July
Apr.
July

11

3
9*4
6
354
1 loo
June 21
18**

July

17

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
Apr.

29
23
25
23

Jan.

May
July
June
Jan.
Mar.

July
July
July

Jan.

19
5

Mar.
Mar.
Jan.
Mar.

Mar.

13 117

31

6

Apr. 21
62
Apr.
6
8** July
8

32

76j*
3**
1154
754

July
6
June 22
July 20
Feb. 16

95** Mar.

6

June 15

13*4 Mar. 23
76

5

Apr. 13

June

98

30

Feb.

15 K July

July "29
July
6
July 14
July 13

12

12

6

3
20

77 K
454
145*
10 5*

18
18
11
9

Jan.
Feb.
Feo.

55
23
6

July 21
July 13
July 13
July
7
9
July 19
** July
6
354 July
9
23** July 23
23

Jan.
Jan.

5
28
16
25
18

June 17

July
July
July
July 29
July
2
10 K July 12
554 July
9K July

28

Feb.
Jan.

Jan.

12

554 July 23
20
July
9
95*4 July 17

9954 July

Jan. 13
Mar. 3

** Jan.

75*1

25

6

7% pref.100

Wolverine Port Cement....10
Wolverine Tube Co com....2

2

til
14
13 k
18 l24
16
3k
9
94
14
115*

28

115* July 20

8*1

7

Williams Oil-O-Matic Htg...*

Inc

28

6

1

Weyenberg Shoe Mfg Co
Williams (RC)«c Co

June

6

19

52** May 28

3

3354 June 14

27

27

3K Sale

-

5,800
11,800

2
21

60

8** July

..*

200 Winnipeg Electric class B

17,200

K
2K
**
2K
145*

86 preferred.............*
W Va Coal 8c Coke com

7,700 Wilson Products

10

75

9954 July
29 K Sale

West Texas Utilities Co—

1,690
108.200
1,600
2,100
18.000
38,200
15,100
3,300

1,400

May
154 June
89** June
4k June

16"" "15"

10 West Jersey & Seashore RR 50
225 Westmoreland Coal Co
*

3,400
1,000
1,300
2,500
1,800

108

14

Mar.

Feb.
Feb.

Western Tablet 8c Stationery

150

7** June

Western Maryland Ry—

3,210

100

4K

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

1

"7**

7*| 8** I jf
Sale*

2K Sale

.

10

1,100
4,000
1,600

K
35*
3%
16**

K Sale

Sale
16
Sale
20 k
10

4

21*1 Sale'

IK

10

•m

3

14
Sale

Sale
Sale

5k

Sale

vtc common..1

Vtc conv pref
3,700
...5
8,200 Van Norman Mach Tool com 5
50,200 Venezuela Mexico Oil......10
378,600 Venezuelan Petroleum
1
660 Virginia Pub Serv 7% pref 100
13,500 Vogt Mfg Corp...........

12,300 Waco Aircraft Co
...»
13,300 Wagner Baking com v t c—
10
7% preferred
100
600 Wahl (The) Co common....*
3,900 Waltt 8c Bond Inc class A..*
Class B.
5,400
127,300 Walker Mining
I
16,200 Wayne Knitting Mills
...5
9,300 Weisbaum Bros-Brower Co. 1
43,500 Wellington Oil Co common. _1
49,100 Wentworth Mfg Co
1.25
50,400 Western Air Express Corp._l
400 Western Cartridge 4% pf.100
4,200 Western Grocery com.....20

10

8**
12 K
5 *4 Sale
2K Sale

14

""2K

100

.._....*

7K July 27
5454 July 26
30
July 30

Mar.

21

Apr. 12

55

Universal Products Co
*
Utah Pr & Lt $7 pref
♦
Utah Radio Prod com......*

69.000 Utility Equities

,

31
24

"7 K'July "24

5K July
554 July
385* July
25
July

WM

~l% Sale"

"IK "IK

Corp com........*
S7 Conv 1st pref........—*

450 Utica Gas & Elec 7% pf

6.300

115** July
2** July

247

U S Stores

Universal Consol Oil Co
10
Universal Corp v t c
-.1
Universal Insurance
.....8
Universal Pictures com
1

"II** Jufy"§I

80

68

68

1

com new

Stores Corp com vtc *
256.000 United Verde Extension. .50c
460,300 United Wall Paper
....2

600

-

2

July
July
July

113

7** Sale"

6

24

6*4

40,200 United

19,700
15,000

17,400

61

5K

U S Lines Inc pref
.._*
U S Playing Card com..... 10

:v.; 3,250

2,100

'

115** Sale
2*| Sale

8K

1854 Jan.
10** July

54 June 26
£11

"

8*4 Sale

United Molasses Co Ltd—
Am dep rets for ord reg

85,900
6,600
12,000
108,100
v'V 65,200

780

2,700

IK

-".20 United N J RR & Canal..100

2,400
1,200
2,400
2,200
1,700

900

6,100
3,725

50

"II"** Sale"

Sale

4,200
4,800
9,200

•'

Sale

115

Sale

...

14,600 Unit Profit Sharing com....*
400
Preferred...
..........10
■f
4.700 United Shipyards class A
1
144,900
Class B_
1
23,875 United Shoe Mach com.__.35
5,660
Preferred...
25
3,700 United Specialties common. 1
172,400 U S Foil class B
*
37,400 USA Internat Sec com....*
20,800
1st preferred with wait...*

100

120

2K Sale

10

3,800

non-vot

48

IK
8K Sale

Sale
Sale

579,800 United Lt 8c Power com A..
17,400
Common class B..
117,900
$6 1st pref
......*
1,850 United Milk Products com..*
V 600
S3 preferred
....*

<

1,700

$7 1st

l6~"

....1

common

Warrants..
460 United G&R 7% pref... 100

>

800

United Gas

50**

IK

IK

...

1,544,900

10**
60

50

$3 cum partic pref_. ......*
81,400 United Corp warrants
100 United Elastic Corp..

121",166

'

8**

........

May

85

10** July 14

United Chemicals Inc—

400
'

June

13 5* June 17
10*4 July 17
** Apr. 12
85
Mar. 24

Union Stk Yds of Omaha.100
United Airraft 8c Transp—
Warrantsc
.....

Highest
Sale Prices
7
4 *4 Jan.
7
3 114 K Feb. 23

k June 19
Apr. 22
June 15

Jan.
8
June 14

4k July 13
125* June 29
8*4 May 19

16
19
11

Feb.
3
Apr.
6
June 10

62
9

5

554 Mar. 17
14

June

1

9*4 July
7
12*4 Feb.
2
1k Jan. 26
9** Jan
25
24
May 13

16k May 21
10
Jan. 18
95
Jan.
8
8*4 Feb.
1
185* Feb. 10
12** Jan. 15

18 K July

23

18
6

July

19

July
1
Apr.
7
6 k June 15

23** Jan.
7
654 Apr.
7
8** Jan. 16

July 31
July 23

61** Apr. 29
25* June 28

80** Mar. 10
454 Mar. 11

6K

74]
3J

BONDS

1,000
131,000
31,000
147,000
121,000
160,000
326,000
63,000

303",000
322,900
28,000
264,000
11,000
147,000
8,000
49,000
97,000
268,000
196,000

28,000 Abbott's Dairy 6a.
2,199,000 Alabama Power 4H*.
1st 8c ft 5s
317,000
5s
1,031,000
1st Be
687,000
950,000

1,631,000

s

3,707,000
218,000
1,494,000

1946

108

1948

Amer Gas 8c Elec deb 5s ..2028

107**
106
102

104)
1948 103)

127,000 Appalachian Power 6s...2024
5s.
189,000
1941

see page

103** July
78** July
94
July
Sale
84** July
1015* 101
July
98
95** July
Sale
103*4 July
Sale
1065* July
Sale

Sale

96**

94**
Sale
Sale

108**

Sale

Sale

107

1948

Deb 5s called..
2028
American Power 8c Light
6s
2016
Amer Radiator dab 4His.. 1947

1,441,000 Ark Louisiana Gas 4s
2,137,000 Arkansas Pr 8c Lt 5s
2,124,000 Associated Elec 4V4a

105

105

104** Sale
106
106**
106** Sale

1956

Amer Rolling Mill 5s
146.000 American Seating 6s stpd 1946
1,074,000 Appalachian El Pr 5s
1956

For footnotes

104**

1968

1947

f deb 5s .1952

662,000 Aluminium Ltd 5s.....
5s called
19,000

2,357,000
4,000

104

92 K Sale
103K 104**
97 54 Sale

1951

1st Aref 5s

Aluminum Co

..1942

105
104!
119
108

1951

1015

1956

104)
645

1953

108**
102
Sale
Sale

July
July
July
July
104
July
98*4 July
106
July
107*4 July

102

Jan.

76** May
92*4 June
83
May
May

If* June
July
i8t* Apr.

Apr.
'

Jan.
Jan.

5
14
0

Jan.
Jan.

11
13

Jan.

2

May 22
June 22

87** Sale
105K 106
102K Sale

103*|

Sale
106K Sale
114

109** 1U
1005* Sale
94** Sale
51

Sale

107**

92

Sale"
Sale

10554 107
103

Sale

106**
1045* 105**
105

113

10654
10154
99**
52**

115
107

102*4
Sate
Sale

10654 July

22 108

93
106

July

July
July
103
July
10554 July
107
July
114
July
109
July
101
July
99
July
54
July

9

30
6
2

27
6
15

7
24

30
9

105
105

June
Mar.

June

105

Sale" 107** Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
104 J*
Sale

103**
84*4
97*4
90**

Mar.

Jan.

2

jan.

8

85

June 16
103
Jan. 12
102
Mar. 25
103
June 16
5
104** Jan.
109
Mar. 22
106
Mar. 22
98 k Apr.
9
93*4 June 30
47
June 17

May

6
8

July

6

Jan.
Mar.

9

5
May 10
Jan.
2
June 28
Jan.
Jan
Jan.

16
21
7

53.




\

NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE

50

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN JULY

sales

aggregate

Price

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE
_

In

Since

July

Jan. 2

Jan. 1

%

1*23,000

2,000
228,000

Assoc

1,972,000

Bid

(Continued)

BONDS

4,000
Registered
----528,000
SHs Inf ctfs
J988
1,000
5HI" In* ctfrreg
2,269,000
4Vis series C
1949
5 His
169,000
1977
1,842,000
C*nv deb 5s
1950
686,000 Assoc Tel 8c Tel 5H" A ...1955
211,000 Atlanta Gas Light 4%ii--1955

34,566
177,666
12,000
197,000
53,000
20,000

t Baldwin

61H Sale
77

78%

56

Sale

66

68

103
112

65,000
343,000
144,000
453,000
181,000

448,000
4,052.000
1,277,000
2,527,000
1,310,000

70,000
8,000

458,000
34,000

17,000

350,000

171
Sale

166

152H 155
153

Sale

115

Sale
Sale

5s ser D..1957
Lt 5s——1956
Cent States Elec 5s
1948

Central Power

Central Pow 8c

1954
series A

Lt 5%«-1953

123

123% 124
141

145

98 %
85

Sale
87

98%
105

99%
107

14,000
30,000
54,000
61,000
30,000
26,000

V

875,666

204",666
46,000
378,000

110",665

188,000
205,000
879,000
256,000
187,000
453,000
1,000
8,507,000
1,000
1,244,000
268,000
3,478,000
1,000
1,512,000

58

5s.———1950

Registered
Cities Service Gas

5 Hi

5 Hi gold

214,000

2761000

218,000
324,000
245,000
266,000
2,625,000

95,000

1,299,000

"

21/000

45,000
88,000
61,000

5s series

"9,656
2,000

Sale

55%

Sale

105%
104%

Sale
Sale

104

78%

Sale

81

79H Sale

>

30,000
4,000
105,000
47,000
26,000
24,000
13,000
25,000

377,000
196,000
263,000
11,000
18,000
106,000
228,000
1,000

10,000
12,000

91",655
C 10,000
34,000
56,000
1,000
294,000

110% 111%

106% Sale

1944
5s...... 1956
6s
1941
315,000
6s series B
...1941
303,000
171,000 Gen Bronze conv deb 6s. 1940
82,000 Gen Pub Serv Co 5s.....1953
843,000 Gen Pub Utilities 6 Hi A..1956
63,000 ♦Gen Rayon Ltd 6s A....1948
13,000 {♦Gen Vending Corp 6s—1937

i

575,000
52,000
22,000
172,000
1,000
72,000
2,000
8,000
27,000

10,000
730,000
3,748,000
401,000
68,000
2,160,000
383,000
669,000
23,000
233,000
91,000

33,000

5s ext stamped

Gatlneau Power

♦Ctfs of deposit.....

291,000

75,566

Gen Wat Wks & El 5s A..1943

Georgia Power ref 5s

"94% Sale"
102% 103%

96%

99

78%

81

Gobel

(Adolf) deb4Hi —1941

Grand Trunk West Ry 4s 1950
Great North Pow 5s

stpd 1950

91

91%

101% 102%
102% 103%
104
94

Sale
95

100% Sale

Sale
Sale
101%
99% 100
100
100%
104
105
95% Sale
68
70%
24
28
24
26%
94
95

101
103
101

...

34

86% Sale
85
88
104
104%
107% 109

Guantanamo At W Ry

1945
60.1958

87%

90

58

61

68

Grocery Store Prod 6s

70%

Guardian Investors Corp—

For footnotes see page




53.

Sale

97% Juy

97%

71% Sale

1
27

73% July

2

27

July
101% 101% 101
63% July
68% Sale
64

68% Sale

Jan.

Mar.

8 104

72

97%

73

Sale

107% Sale"
119% 121

74

99%
1.24
106%
120%

Sale
Sale

81

Sale

103% Sale
100

55

102

Jan.

20

May 18 114% Jan.
June 24 105% Jan.
111% Feb. 25 113% July
94% Mar. 18 104% Jan.
Jan.
100
Mar. 24 105
98
Mar. 19 104% Jan.
93
May 14 103 % Jan.
98
Apr.
1 104% Jan.

12

11
B
20
25

Feb.
Jan.

3
18

101
108

73%

,

76% July
2
Mar. 16

94

89

99

46% June 16

72% Jan.

7

June 17

72% Jan.

50% June 12

75% Jan.

8
23

46

Apr. 13 100

Jan.

9

23
23
17
6
10
June 17

110
104
84

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

12
14

82

Jan.

June 23

70

June 23

65% June 17

83
80

Jan.

8

Feb.

4

Mar.
101% July
62% June
92
July
96
July
68
70

7

July

6

99

July

Sale

104% Sale
Sale

98

Sale
104% 105
101% 102% 104

93

Sale

98

Sale

84% Sale

90

Sale

70

Sale

72%
104

Sale

71

105
94

104% 105

80 U;

94

97
Sale
101% Sale
101% Sale

103

101% Sale

Sale

93
,91t
103% 100
83% Sale
83% Sale

7£
20
22

85%

Sale

92

Sale
Sale

70

74

15%
19%
15%
19
87%
88%
96% Sale
72% Sale
29

1

6

89% July 10
July 23
July 31
July 14

July 23

July 20
90% July 29
84
July
1

July

70
104

July
July

July
28 73
1 105% July

2

9

"7l""JuIy""I "§5% July"16

28

94

88% July

1

94

97

59%

July
July

28
29

July

1
8

17% July

10

72

July 12
73% July 17
17% July 10
87

71% June 30

7

Jan.

8

Feb.

2

92

July

68

July
July

50% July

May
6
Apr. 26
May
7
July 23
June 10

90% Jan.

0
13

105

Jan.
June 29 101
Jan.
May 13 130
July 20 109% Jan.

118

Apr. 28 125% Jan.

11

9 104% Feb.

3

96
126

98% Apr.
75

May
78% June
102
Feb,
97
Jan.
73
Mar.

14
29

2

1
1
7

31
27
21

12
30
2

1

62

July

21

0

93% Mar. 13
98% Jan.

1 104% July
12 101 % July
Jan.
30 80

16 105% Jan.
26 109% Mar.
23 106% May
15 107% Apr.
13% Jan.
28
12% Jan.
28
4% Mar.
4
4% Mar.
May 21
Jan.
Jan. 20 102
95% Jan.

19
30
22
22
11
13
12
30
7
0
2
2
5

22

79% June 15
Jan.
8
100% Mar. 23 109
78% Apr. 28 96% Jan. 27
Feb. 11
102% May 22 115
101

July
7 104% Mar.
92% June 29 103% Jan.
83
June
3 93% Jan.
July
84
July
1 84

8
4
5
1

63
Jan.
2 73% Feb.
103% June 23 108% Mar.

4
6

May 13

71

June 29

33

May 13
93% Jan. 13

9
101% Jan. 13 102% Feb.
103% Mar. 29 105% Mar. 3
103% Jan. 14 105% June 10
94

Jan.

87

Apr.

9

96

Jan

27 100% Jan.

16

4

96
June 22 101% Jan.
5
100% Apr. 15 104% Jan. 21
99
Mar.
6 102% Jan. 25
98% Feb. 18 101% Jan. 21
90
July
16 101% Jan. 18
9
101
Feb. 15 104% Jan.
82% May 19 99% Jan. 30

70% Jan. 22

77

17% July

26

10

21% Apr. 15
July "26
97% July 16
73
July 28
29% July 20
79% July
9
72
July 27
101
July 15
106% July 12
88
July 14
51% July 22

"85% July""I "89%
29

61%

^

July
July

83

.....

Sale

July 22
7 102
July 21
9 105
6
27 105% July

103% July
104% July
94
July

28%
76% Sale" 76% July
78% Sale
65
72
July
70
73
79
July
100
100% 100% 100% 100
107
106% July
106%
86
July
87
89% 85
86%
49
July
48
49
52%
55
60%

July

July
7
1 98
2 103% July 23
7
1 101 % July
1 101 % July 6
July 10
90
July 16 92
93
July
2
101% 102% July 16 103

97% Sale

91

68

3

2
.1

84% July

102% Mar. 18 107

100

83% July

101 % July
Sale
101% 101% 101% July
101 % July
101% 102

102

80

June 19 56
Apr.
9 112
Jan. 12 113%
Jan.
4 113%
Apr. 10 112%

33

Sale

Sale
104% 105
105% 104% Sale
94
100
100

89% Sale

72
14
14

21

30

Sale

4

16

Jan.
7
99% Apr. 28 103
100
June 21 104% Apr. 28
7
61% June 17 79% Jan.
Feb, 17
75
Feb. 17 75

1 104% July 21 101% June
Jan.
19 108% July 27 106
Mar.
2 105% July 17 103
9 106% July 20 105% Feb.
6
June
7% July 26
28
6
June
7% July
2
16
2 % June
3% July
1
14

103% July
2 105
82% July 21 88%
103% July
2 104%
.101
July
7 102%
93
July
1 98

101% 101% 101% .:i.. 101 % July
104

1

9 104% July 30
31 101% July 22

84

Sale

73

81% July
7
87
July 12

1

72

IB J*

84

2 102

July

102% 103% 102% July
108% July
108% 109% 108% Sale
103% Sale 105% 105% 103% July
106% Sale 106% 106% 106% July
6% July
6% Sale
6% Sale
6% Juy
7
Sale
6%
6%
2% July
3% Sale
2
July
2%
2%
100%
100% 101% 100

104

% Feb. 10

105% Jan.

3
8

Sale

88

Feb.

101

4

4

77% July
78% 80
81
July
86% 87
July
103% 104% 102

87

Jan. 26
June
9

103% Apr.
1 106
104% Mar. 23 107

102% Mar. 12 104% June

102% Sale

83% Sale
103% Sale
83% Sale

1
18

1
102% July
1 103% July
72 % July 30 77 % July 15
96% July
8 99% July 17

"i

65

2

93

62% June 17

July
July
July
July

100
128
107% 105"" JuTy'26 107 % July
120% July
7 120% July
122

99

Jan.
22 99
Jan.
21 88% Jan. 19
1 101% Jan. 21
9 106% Apr.
1
2 107% Jan.
7

100% Mar. 17 106% Jan.

102% Sale

112

106% Sale
104% Sale

26

1

July

5
9
18
14
22

46%
107%
110%
110%
107%

103

111

26

Mar. 22
Mar. 22
Feb.
5
Mar. 22

July 28
1 58
1 111% July 28
July 27
12 113
9 113% July 28
ill
July
2 112% July 23
105% July 29 106% July 30
103% July
1 104% July 13

46%
111% 111% 110%
111%
111% 113
112
113
111%
56

1 101% July
July
1 69

21

Jan.

92

21

17

Jan.

Mar. 24 115% Jan.

106

July

8

Feb.

24 125
23 145

17

July
July

Jan.

22 124

July 21
July / 6
July 10

98% July

16

66% July

Sale
Sale
112%
112
111
111%
105% Sale
103% Sale

46%
110%
111%
111%

30%

29%

1 105% July 26
July 12
1 105

July
105% 105
104% July
104% 106
105

97

79% July 30
93% July 31
57% July 26
59
July 26
59% July
9

2
8
1
1
1

July
July
July
July
July

8
8

Jan.

Mar.
114% Mar.
130
Apr.
76% June
67% May
88
July
103% July
105% June

80

77% Sale

1967 104% Sale
87% 88%
1978

Georgia Pow 8c Lt 5s
♦Gesfuerel 6s..... ......1953
Glen Alden Coal 4s......1965

76%
91 %
47%
48%
55%

100% 100% 101% 102% 101

94% Sale
4,073,000 Eastern Gas 8c Fuel 4s A.1956
1,184,000 Edison Elec Ilium 3H 8—1965 108% 108%
93% Sale
Elec Pow Ac Lt 5s
—2030
3,585,000
61,000 Elmira Wat Lt ft RR 5s—1956 108% 113
—1950 103% 104%
174,000 El Paso Elec 5s A
103%
698,000 Empire Dlst Elec 5s—...1952 103
92% Sale
1,026,000 Empire Oil 8c Refining 5 H*' 42
1,000
5Hs registered..
..1942
Brcole Marelll Elec Mfg
Sale
6 Hi
126,000
1953 63
133,000 Erie Lighting 5s
1967 105% 106

858,000
1,882,000

67% Sale

Sale

111% 112%
110% 110%

103

78% 79%
93% Sale
56% Sale
57
Sale
57% Sale

Jan. 22 240
Jan. 22 240
June 29 225
June 28 227

110
113

16 120% July 26
8 135% July 27
89
July 19
1
July 22
7 78
1 93% July 16
1
9 103532 July

166"" Sale" l6I% Sale" "99% JuIy""I Ioi%"Juiy"3i

64

Gary Elec 8c Gas—

75,000
170,000
34,000
19,000
11,000
4,000
108,000
7,000
1,000

135

7

July
6 109
107% 108
102
102% 101% Sale 101% July 23 102
July
1 70
64
66
67% 68% 64
92
July
6 94%
95
98
94
Sale
96
July 10 98%
Sale
96
98% 98
71
July
6 74
68
75
70% 73

Sale

258,000 Delaware Elec Pow 5H*—1959 103% Sale
108%
55,000 Denver Gas 8c Elec 5s_.—1949 107
1,106,000 Detroit City Gas 5s B—1950 105% 106
704,000
6s series A
1947 106% Sale
11% Sale
511,000 ♦Detroit Int Bdge 6 Hi—1952
9%
10%
♦Ctfs of deposit..
271,000
3%
4%
213,000
♦25-yr s f deb 7s
1952
♦Ctfs of deposit.....
214,000
102%
1937 102
150,000 Dixie Gulf Gas 6H«

3,000 ♦Farmers Nat Mtge Inst 7s.'63
669,000 Federal Water Serv 5Hi-1954
Finland Residential Mtge
1
6s stamped....
.....1961
88,000
366,000 Firestone Cotton Mills 5s. 1948
253,000 Firestone T 8c R Cal 5S..1942
13,000 First Bohemian Glass 7s. 1957
3,410,000 Florida Power At Lt 5s—1954

13
16

July

.108% 108% .108

63%

.—1971

. .

99

101

Consol G E L 8c P Bait—

357,000
6s A stamped
...1943
5,028,000 Continental G 8c El 5s -—1958
240,000 Crucible Steel 5s
—.1940
216,000 Cuban Telephone 7H«—1941
81,000 Cuban Tobacco 5s
.—1944

95%

102% 103%
75 % Sale

Consol Gas Utilities—

103,000
508,000
16,000
14,000

48% Sale
49

74

1965 106% Sale

N

94%
113%
96%
103%
100%

72 %

Community Pow 8c Lt

3 H« series

169% July
114% July

28 120

Sale

69% Sale

Com'w'Ith Subsld 5 Hi

656,000

78.000

158
158
140

Sale

Sale
A.1948 103
85 % Sale
5s.1957
649,000 Community Pub Serv 5s A1960 100% 101%
130
21,000 Conn Ltg 8c Pow 7s A
1951 128
59,000 Consol Gas of Bait 5s—1939 109% 111
78,000
4H
1954 124% 127

843,000
1,151,000

12
9
13

Sale

1956 110% 110%

3%s series H

150

July
July
July

175
169
169

30
30
28
28
6

165

8
1

8

Jan.

May 19 69
45% June 17 65%
79% June 24 91%
98
Apr. 15 105%

92

55

—1981

13

61

53

77

76%

1953
B.---------—1954

4H« series C
4s series F

84% July
99% July

52

1
1

166

175
168
166

29
25

98

90 % Sale
95% Sale.
68 % Sale

51

5s series A

59
Sale
83%
99

July
July

59

94

75%

4 Hi—1957

57

Sale

1937

Bank 5 H®
Commonw Edison

166

62% Jan.

65% Jan.
8
60% Jan. 20
83% May
6
77
Jan.
6

Mar.
3
June 17

73
41

1
6

July
July
47% July
80% July
98% July
46

103

♦Comment und Prlvat

46,000
16,000
48,000
25,000

76%

Sale

166

May 17

44% May 18

103 %

1949

deb

82

45

45% May 14
68
Apr.
9

102

Sale

1952

registered

57

12
19

Sale

5H*—1942 i02H 102%

L 6s.1943
8t L 5H«-1952

Cities Serv Gas Pipe

Cities Service P

47

50% July
51 % July

12
1

50% July
46% July

104
103 H

105% Sale
112H 112%
103 H Sale

registered—---—-1966

Conv deb

Highest
Sale Priest

6 103% July 10
103% 102% July
1
110% 110% 109% July 21 110% July
94% July
2 99% July 27
98% 99%
Sale
1
113% 112% July 21 113% July
Sale 113
96 % July
2 98% July 31
96% 98% Sale
Sale
102% July
9 104% July 29
Sale 104
100% July
1 102% July 31
Sale 102% Sale
July 31
97
Sale
94% July
2 97
95
July
7
98
July
2 99
99
98% 98%

110

5HM952 100% 101%

Cities Service 5s

170
170

102% Sale

-1961
Chicago 111 Midland Ry—
99
99 %
s series A————1956
Chicago Junction Rys 8c
Union Stock Yards 5s—1940 109% 111
Chic Pneum Tool 5 Hi—1942 102% 104
80%
81%
{♦Chic Rys 5s ctfs of dep. 27
1955
1966

Lowest
Sale Prices

July
July
July
162
152
Sale
150
July
162
151
Sale
July
113% 114% 113
113% Sale
119% July
119% Sale 119% 120
120
July
120% Sale
119% 122
July
133
136% 133% 135% 133
84
July
84
87
88
Sale
68% July
68% Sale
74% Sale
July
88
Sale
92%
93% 88
103% July
103532 Sale
155
155

113

——

6s series B

57%

103%

Generating
1970 104% 106

Cincinnati Street Ry

Highest
Sale Prices

107% 108

_

"

55%

Ask
51%
Sale

"75

98

716,000 Canada Nor Power 5s.... 1953
1,296,000 ♦Canadian Pacific Ry 6S-1942
1,357,000 Carolina Pr 8c Lt 5s——1956
180,000 Cedar Rap Mfg 8c Pow 5s. 1953
2,094,000 Cent 111 Pub Serr 4%c *-1967
509,000
5s series E
1956
857,000
5s Series G
1^68
307,000
4Hs series H
1Q81
296,000 Cent Ohio Lt 8c Pr 5s A—1950

4 Hi

75
Sale

48

80% Sale
99% Sale

92,000
210,000
158,000
44,000
168,000
80,000
121,000
54,000
36,000

6s series B

73
46

49

88 % Sale
104 % 105

166

Chicago Dlst El

48

49

Locomotive Works

5%»

46

46% Sale

47% Sale

333,000 ♦6s with warrants
1938
809,000 ♦6s w w stamped
-1938
213,000 ♦6s without warrants—1938
5,459,000 ♦6s x-w stamped
—1938
744,000 Bell Tel of Canada 5s.-.-1955
486,000
1st M 5s ser B June 1 1957
185,000
5s series C
———I960
121,000 Bethlehem Steel 6s——1998
1,123,000 Birmingham Elec 4 Hi—1968
591,000 Birmingham Gas 5s—-.1959
188,000 Broad River Power 5s A—1954
82,000 Buffalo Gen Elec 5s
1956
87,000
1st & ref 5s
-1939

Cent States Pr ft

Ask Bid

Bid

61% Sale

2,000
12,000
48,000
272,000
80,000
46*000
3,000
10,000
113,000
241,000
28,000
9,000

,

Sale

56

4HB—1948
1968

Gu & Rlec

68

Ask

Lowest

Sale Prices

July 31

July 1

1937

84% June
84
May
68
June
21% Mar.
76% Apr.
72
July
97% Mar.
106% Jan.
86
July
48% June
47

Mar. 22

Feb. 19
25% Feb.
3

Jan.
14 97
28 105% Jan.

7 88
27 29%
28 89%
27 89%
23 105

29

12

Jan.

5

July

20

Jan.

10

Feb.

3
5

Jan.

June
1
7 107
30 94% Jan. 23
Jan. 22
24 62

June 23

75% Jan.

15

AUG., 1937]
AGGREGATE

Jan. 1

Jan. 2

27,000

33,000
25,000
63,000
108,000
231,000
284,000

295,000 Idaho Power Co 5a.......1947 108
242,000 Illinois Nor Utll 5s
1957 106
716,000 Illinois Pow A L 5
96 5*
HI*
1957
783,000
5 Hi series "B"
1954 105H
1,906,000
6s series A............1953 1055*
2,559,000
5s series C—..........1956 104
9,000
5s registered
........1956
346,000 Indiana Elec Corp6t A..1947
81,000
6 Hi series B..........1953
645,000
5s series C_.
........1951
1*000
58 C registered........1951

47"666
3,000

54,000
:>

4,000
25,000
13,000
18,000
87,000
89,000
36,000
181,000

^

v

10,000
263,000
85,000
163,000
938,000
537,000
179,000

Indiana Gen Service 5a..1948

Indiana Hydro-Elec 5s A.1988
Indiana A Mich El 5s
1957
1st A ref 5s
1955
Indiana Service 5e_...._.1958
1st lien A ref 5s.......1963

'Indianapolis Gas 5s A..1952
1,621,000 Ind'polls P A L 5s ser A..1957
♦tlntercontlnenta Pow Co—

200,000
13,000
5,000
18,000
12,000
403,000
223,000

916,000
Deb 6s series A....
1948
240,000 (nt Pow Sec6H* series C.1955
188,000
7s series E...........1957
152,000
7s series F
1952
192,000 International Salt 5s....1951

3,857,000 Interstate

Debenture 6s_.
1952
Interstate Public Service

640,000
1,124,000

5a aeries D............1956

630,000
178,000
107,000
602,000
256,000
26,000

2,000

4Hs series F
1958
Iowa-Nebraska LAP 5s..l957
5s Series B

laotta Fraschlnl 7s

57,000

347,000 JacksonvllleGas 5s stmpdl942
320,000 Jersey Cent P A L 5s B...1947
1,195,000
4Hi aeries C
.1961

44,000
171,000

24,000

30,000
132,000
302,000
1,003,000
830,000
329,000
141,000
163,000

4,000
64,000
51,000

56,000
21,000
22,000

1963

Kansas El Pow 3H«
Kansas Gas A Elec 6s
Kansas Power 5s A

103

1045*

"79"
109

108

Sale
1055*
106
Sale

Sale

1075*
995* 100
109 5* HO
1045* 106

765* Sale
815*
825*
Sale

99

84

855*

68
76
70

64

1075* Sale
64

Sale

76

79

79

735*

765* Sale

865*
875*
1035* 104

85
Sale

535*
545*
1035* 1045*
1055* Sale

103

Sale

1955

1035*
975* Sale
985* Sale
107
1075*
102
1025*

1943

725*
945*

July
7
1005* July 15
104
July 26
975* July 14

98

48

July
July

80 5*

Sale

99

49

111

July
1075* July
W* July
70
July
655* July
1065* July

785* July

104

74

1045* Sale

505*
Sale

1045* Sale

1948

91

June

485* July
1035* July
1045* July

515* July
1 105
July

935*
97
955*
975* 95
July
113
115
1155* 117
1135* July
1005* 1015* 1005* Sale
100
July
80
Sale
88
Sale
795* July
81
82
875*
88
815* July
96
Sale
96
1015* 1015*
July
88
92
905*
88
935*
July:

13
14
14

July

955*
1155*
1015*
885*
885*
102

94

July 28
Feb.
2
Jan. 21
Jan. 11
Feb.
4
Jan.
8
Mar. 8
Jan. 22

1065* Jan. 20
99

Feb.
June
Feb.
Mar.
June

18

Jan.

14

93

Apr.

1

1075* June 30

25 101
24 111
17 1075*
17 795*
June 21
78
June 30 825*

Jan.

8

June

June
Jan.
Jan.

Jan.

Mar. 12 1065* Apr.

8

6 105

34
June 29
265* Feb.
9
104** Feb.
4
1035* June 4
105
Mar. 5
335* Apr. 13
885* Feb.
9
865* Feb. 10

105

965* July
5* June
Apr.

12

835* July 21
785* July 22
99
July 20
99
July 27
106
July 21
103
July
73
July 20
75
July
6
555* July 23

Sale
99

495*

Sale

Apr.
955* June
100
June
915* June
1015* Mar

1075* July
8
895* July 30

104

1969
1961

2
14

1095* Jan. 12
1025* Feb.
9

1105*
1075*
995*
1065*
1065*
1045*
1025*

Jan.

90

.

96"" July "20

965* July
July

82

July
945* July
Sale
92
97
92
July
1055* 1055* 1055
1055* July
Sale
103
1025* Sale 102
July
Sale
68
71
725* 68
July
65
765* 705* 75
75
July
55
56;
525* Sale
525* July

104

1065* Mar.
106

94

7
45* July
July
68
66
68
July
July
71
73:
715* July 27 72
July 27
71
73
70
72
July
6
July 17
1075* 1075* 107
July1075* July
545* Sale
535* July
565* July
385* 395* 37
July
415* July

Sale

70
55

1105* July 28

1075* July 22

1075* 107 J* 1075* 1075* 1075* July
89
Sale
885* 91
87J* July
1105*
111
1105* July
1065* Sale 1065* 1065* 1065* July
63 5* Sale
69
695* 63
July
635* Sale
695* 695* 635* July
60
Sale
645*
68
60
July
1055* Sale 1055* Sale 1045* July

Sale

Sale

July
July
July
July
July
July

92"" July"

965*

Sale

37

121

6Hs series D
BHi series F

92

98

Sale
Sale

1966

Kimberly Clark 5s A

Sale

73
69

2022

5a

93

82

70

1075* 1075*

...1947

Kentucky Utilities 5a

1085*
1065*
915*
995* 975*
Sale
1005*

109

100

62

71
76
Sale

66

Highest
Sale Prices
106
Jan. 21

110

"95"" "96"

94

55* Sale

135* Sale

104

Lowest
Sale Prices

-----

Sale

69
72
74

109
1085* Sale
1065* 1075 1075*
91
915-s 92
955* 965* 99
103
1005* Sale
96
925* Sale

"92""

1055*

105

Highest
Sale Prices

.

80

1055* 105.
1055* Sale

..1942

1,530,000 Italian Superpower 6s

9a

IOOH

105

104

1961

Iowa Pow A Lt 4 Hi A...1958

Iowa Pub Serv 5s
....1957
laarco Hydro-El 7a.......1952

84,000

26

91

Power 5s.....1957

1.412,000

83,000
157,000
78,000
31,000
11,000
53,000
32,000

Sale

Sale"

77

Lowest
Sale Prices

Ask

1035* 104
1055* 1035* July 21 1045* July 16 102
Apr. 13
Sale
1005*
1085* July
1 1085* July
108
Mar. 17
Sale
98
985* 97
July
8 995* July,
97
July
30
34
July
6 34
23
Jan. 18
July
"265* 26
255* July 24 26
July 28
205* Mar. 29
Sale
97
Sale
97
July
1
97
Mar. 22
975* July 23
1025* 1025* 1025* 1015* July
7 1025* July 22
98
Mar. 13
Sale
104
1045* 102
July 19 1045* July
1015* May 18
50
2°
31;
July 29 31
31
July 29
July 29
; 78
79
"80"
76
July 10 795* July 22
76
June 16
80
785* 81
77
July 12 795* July 26
77
Mar. 31

104H

1025*
06

July 31

Ask Bid

Ask

185,000 Hackcnaack Water 5* A..1977 103
214,000
5a
1938 106 H
1,105,000 Hall Printing 6s A stpd..1947
99
14,000
'Hamburg Elac Co 7s
1935
40,000 *Harnbum E A Und RvRHn'aW
626,000 Heller (W E) A Co 4a w w.1946 165"
150,000 Houat Gulf Gaa 6
J<a w w.1943 101
340,000
6a
1943 1045*
9,000 "Hungarian-Ital Bk
7HS.1963
498,000 Hygrade Pood
6sjaer A
1949 "78""
97,000
77 H
6s aeries B
1949

4,000
61,000

July 1

1937
Bid

BONDS {ContinueA)

>

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Price

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

July

51

PRICES IN JULY

SALES

In

8,000
1,000
98,000
;
1,000
2,000
34,000
17,000
64,000

CURB EXCHANGE

YORK

NEW

July 30
July 24
July
July
July
July
July

45* July 13
65
Apr.
5
715* July 27
66
May 20

21

145* Jan.

14

77

21

Jan.

49

27

8

81
Feb.
Mar. 20 109
May
June 11
765* Jan.
June 12 695* Jan.

105

835* Feb.

10
25
18
11

June 30
June 29

88 U

June 17 10451

"I

July
Apr.

1 10451
5 106)4

Jan. 23
Jan. 22
Feb.
2
Feb.
8

May 20

Mar. 17 10551
Jan.
2 7954

Jan.
Feb,

5
23

Jan.

Feb.
Feb.

5

72
50

June 11

46

Mar. 22

4

80
71

1

565* Jan. 20
103
Mar.
9 1055* Apr. 22
1025* Apr. 12 1055* Jan. 18
935* June 22

975* Mar. 12
1215* Jan. 18

113

June 24

100

Mar. 19 104"

99
795* July
1
805* June 29 99
945* June 29 107 *
88
July
2 103
1015* June 12 104

Jan.
Jan.

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

19
23
15
10
25

21

Lake Superior Dlst Power—

53,000

643,000
1,805,000
17,000
303,000
573,000
238,000
212,000

191,000
5,000
31,000
98,000
30,000
49,000
183,000

1,276,000

3,000

111,000

3^s series A..........1966
Lehigh Pow Secur 6s
2026
'Leonard Tlets Inc 7KS-1946
Lexington Utll 5s
1952
LIbby McNeill A Libby 5s 1942
Lone Star Gas

,

1.000
^

13", 000

'Manitoba Power 5Ho—1951
'Mansfield Mining A Smelt—
7s

60,000

2,000

92,000

86,000
66,000
52,000
74,000
131,000
31,000
25,000
25,000

■

-

Ex-warrants

1941

1,000 Marion Reserve Pow 45*8 1952
{'McCallum Hosiery 65*81941

4,000

252,000
808,000
747,000
590,000
110,000
680.000

101,000
51,000

.1942

Long Island Ltg 6s
1945
Louisiana Pow A Lt 5s—.1957

5,000

'

Corp 5s

445,000
818,000
346,000
879,000
1,561,000
250,000
222,000

McCord Rad A Mfg 6s

1943

Memphis PAL Ssser A..1948

Mengel Co 4Hi

1971

Sale
9Q

1035* 105
1035* 104
1045* 105
1055* 106

1055* 1055*
98

995*

15

——

Middle Sts Petrol 6 Hi A.1945
Midland Valley RR 5s
1943
Milwaukee G L 4 Hi—
Minn Pow A Lt 4Hi

1967
1978

1st A ref 5s...........1955

Mississippi Pow 5s...... 1955
Miss Power A Light 5s
Miss River Power 5s

1957
1951

{'Missouri Pub Serv 5s A-M7

223,000 Montana

Dakota Utll 5 Ha'44

945*

945*

955* 965* 945* July
Sale
1045* July
265* 29
265* July
101
1025* 1015* 102
1005* July
1045* Sale
1055* 1055* 1045* July
1035* Sale
1035* 104
1035* July
105
106
105
106
105
July
105
1035* Sale
1055* 1035* July
105

Sale

235*

87

29

Sale

27

1015*
1035* 104

1055* Sale
995* Sale
925*
935*

1065* 106H
102

Sale

1055* 106
955* Sale
975* Sale
1075* 10851
775*
7851
995* 100

96

109

925*

.....

95

87

.

July

July 28

109 / July

-

*

1

>

93

1

985* July

Steamship Line
♦6H« ctfe of dep w W..1937

125* Sale

256,000 Nassau A Suffolk Ltg 5s_1945
2026
660,000 Nat Pow A Lt 6s'4A"

.055* Sale
.025* 1025

414,000

18,000
56,000
151,000
63,000
17,000
65,000
29,000
153,000
12,000
123,000
62,000
201,000
214,000
204,000

1,515,000
300,000
1,968,000
774,000
1,988,000
2,261,000
2,240,000

173,000
83,000
7,000
1,000
440,000
262,000

'5a stamped
728,000
.-1942
'6s series A
1949
815,000
62,000 N Y Cent Elec 5 Ha
1950
141,000 N Y Pa A O RR 4H« stpd.1950
2,227,000 N Y P A L Corp 1st 4Hi—1967
1980
1,559,000 N Y State BAG 4Hi

2,000
27,000
14,000
51,000
43,000
7,000
91,000
74,000
24,000
22,000
92,000

57,000 N Y A Westchester Ltg 5s *54
4s
2004
224,000

Deb 5s series B
.....2030
1,493,000
1,349,000 {♦Nat Pub Serv 5s C O D.1978

93
48

1

129

...2022
151,000 Nebraska Power 6a
4
1981
341,000
255,000 Nelsner Bros Realty 6s-.1948

955*

85

88

1055* Sale
1025* Sale
85

90

80

Sale

995* Sale
945* Sale
1015* Sale
79
86

Sale

108

Sale

Sale

685* Sale
925*
93

110

965*

1956

92

96

26

1948

Conv deb 5s

1950

New Engl Pow Assn 5a—1948
Deb BHi

1954

785*

785* Sale
785* Sale
005* Sale

"985*

July

"26
26
30
27
28
13
13

101

f

22,000

15,000
29,000
28,000
38,000
1,000

W

A

142,000
648,000
339,000
92,000
464,000
494,000

Nippon Elec Pow 6 H*—1953
Nor Amer LAP5H* A
.1956
Nor Cont Utll 5Ha A.....1948
Nor Indiana GAB 6s

Nor Ind Pub Serv
5s series D

1952

110

875*
88
103
Sale
1085* 1095*

1055* 106
1025* Sale

1125*

il3

102

1035*

86
96

v

87

Sale

i075* 108""
1055* Sale

1969

1055*

Sale

1035* 1035*

...1945
474,000 Ogden Gas Co 5s
352,000 Ohio Power 5s series B...1952
4 Ha series D
283,000
1956
1953
143,000 Ohio Public Serv 6s C
5s series D
1954
377,000

Sale

95

.....

For footnotes

see page




53.

100

835* Sale
Sale

67

Sale

655* 675*
655* Sale
90

Sale

74

1045* 105
1045* 105

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

2
29

65* July

6

99

1035*
845*
905*
1085*
715*

100
1035*
1035*
1045*
1035*

94

45

1145*
1085*
99

815*
1185*
72

715*
71

>

935*
965*

55* July

87

June

II*

87
July
72
July
1015* July
1085* 1095* 1085* July
1065* 1065* 1055* July
100
Sale
975* July
106

125* 114

112)* 114

Sale

103

88

525*
075*
015*
005*
965*
045*
935*

v

925*
Sale
109

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

1085*
105 5*

108

Sale

1055* 1055*
Sale

103^S

104

105

106

84

1125* July
1035* 102
July
855* 855* July

2
2

915* July
9
805* July 28

12 1035* July

10 1085* July
1

1065* July
July 23

1 100

28 1125* July
1 103
July
21
86
July

96
91
2
95
95
July
525* 55
1
58
525* July
7 108,
1075* 1095* 1075* July
6 104
1035* 1045* 1005* July
1 1045*
1035* 1045* 1005* July
Sale
96 5* July
1
99
1045* 1055* 1035* July 20
1
935* July
945* Sale
955*
,

iKi*

109

108

July
106
1055* July
1055* 105
July
1095* 108
July
1035* 1035* July
July
1055* 105
•

26
10
29

7 1085* July
1 106
July
2 1055* July

28
2

1

:

1085* July
July
July

21 104

16 105

Feb.

90

July
July

83

Jan.

Feb.
1055* Feb.
107
May
1065* May

Feb.
June

1 105

Jan.

26

985*

23

60
12 104
13 104

Mar. 29 118

105

1015* May 14 1075*
90
July
2 995*
80
975*
July
1

June

9
995* Jan.
May 19 1005* Jan.
Feb.

,,

101

July
835* June
74
May
44
May
111
July
1065* June
99
July
805* May
113
Apr.
655* June
655* June
655* July
89
June
905* June
855* June
July
995* May

72

103
105

Mar.

96

June

Apr.

100
84
91

>

Apr.
Mar.

Apr.

47
May
10654 Jan.
100

Mar.

9954 June

945* May
102 5* Feb.

9354 June

17
21
5

15
10

25 1095* Apr. 20
3

675* June 18 845* Feb.
92
June 29 1005* Feb.
55* July

20

Feb.
July
Mar
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
Jan.
Mar,

June 11 1065* Feb.
June 29 1025* Jan.
Mar. 25 106
Jan.

1105* Apr.

July
July
July
July
July
July 21
July
1
July 12

105
106

Mar.

June

July

19
6

July 26 103
July
2
84
1
July
July 30
1
755* July
July 28
1
46
445* July
July 28
111
July 15 1145* July 22
2 1095* July 14
1065* July
99
9 100
July
July
7
825* July 30 845* July 14
1175* July
1 1185* July 29
72 5*
1
665* July
735* July 12
2
725*
665* July
735* July 16
Sale
2
655* July
735* July 12
1
945* 90
July
935* July 27
97
2
935* July
965* July 30

895*
905*
805* Sale

103

19

1015* Jan.
1115* Jan.
265* July

225* May
6
985* July 26

29
20

101

86
91

1045* 1045*
1105*
1045*
Sale

915*
80

55*

02

1055* 1055*
109
104
105

Sale

1005* 106
1075* 1095*
1055* Sale
975* Sale

1105* 1105*

5Hi series E..........1961

114

935* Sale

4 Hi E
1970
828,000
355,000 Northwest Elec 6a stpd..l945
711,000 Nor'weat Pub Serv 5s A..1957

96,000

1015*

845* Sale
755* Sale
445* Sale

875* Sale

1966

^

103

101

92

925*

Mar.

12
30

96

100
1005*
995* July
99
995*
945* July
1035* 104
1015* July
835*
845*
785* July
90
Sale
86
July
1085* Sale 108
July
69
72
685* July
92
93
95
July

45*

015* 1015*

New Orleans Pub Serv—

July 30

July
885* July
109
July
106
July
91
July
855* July

90

July
88
Sale
83
July
1085* 1095* 1055* July
1055* Sale
1025* July
86
90
905*
July
83 '■
84
80
July

7

121

New Amsterdam Gas 5e_.1948
New Eng G A Elec Assn 5sl947

5s

55*

1085*

-

Nevada Calif Elec 5a.

93
Sale

■

QO

1005* May
185* Mar.

50
88

Munson

39,000

30

265* July 30
102
July
6
1055* July 12
104
July
6
106
July 12
1055* July 22

27

"40":::::

1947

Met Edison 4s aeries E

Sale

1013
110!

19

145* Jan.

9
6

107

Jan.
1075* Feb.
975* Jan,
51

Jan.

1265* Jan.
May

110
110

Jan.

995* Jan.
1215* Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
845* Jan.
1015* Jan.
1025* Jan.

liH

955* Jan.
92

Jan.

1045* Feb
1095* Jan.
1065* Jan.
1045* Jan.
1125* July
1045* May
865* Feb.
1005* Jan.
695* Jan,
108

!

May

107
Jan.
1055* Jan.
1045* Jan,
1055* Jan.
105

Jan.

7
19 1115* Jan.
1045* Jan. 20 1065* Mar. 24
103
Feb. 11 1055* May
1
8
1075* June 29 11054 Feb.
1035* Mar.
5 1065* Apr. 27
105
Jan.
2 107
Apr. 27

10654 Apr.

NEW

52
aggregate
In

Since

Jan. 2

7.000
84,000
40,000
4,000
233,000
2,000
185,000
26,000
164,000
'

40,000
46,000
15,000
V 13,000

5,000
27,000
152,000
139,000

,

88,000
8,000

.

54,000
11,000
31,000
3,000
32,000
80,000
27,000
27,000
18,000
5,000
2,000

'•

1

;

20,000
26,000
25,000
7,000
48,000
64,000
43,000
91,000
259,000
62,000
152,000

17,000
22,000
4,000
18,000
39,900
46,000
72,000

"2",666

1937
Bid

(CwMIWO-

BONDS

1,289,000
1,714,000

W« A

95,000 Pacific Coast Power 5s—1*4«
572,000 Pacific Gaa Ac El 6# B.—1941
Pacific Iomdiif 5s A..-1948
Without warrants.;
---340,000
27,000 Pacific Ltg 5k Pow 5s—-1942
2,159,000 Pacific Power Ac Light 5a_1955

105% 106
119

120

100% Sale
92
107

Sale

106
105% 106
110% Sale
98%
99
27
27%

WJ*
106

103

106

109% 111

129,000 Pub Serv of Nor Ills 5s C.1946
328,000
5a
1956
220,000
4 We scries D.———1978
402,000
4Ws series E..........1980
977,000
4Ws series F
19»1
445,000
4 We series I
1960
717,000 Pub Serv of Okla 4s
1966
.....

121,000 Quebec Power 5s
1968
236,000 Queens Boro G Ac B 5W*.1952
53,000 ♦Ruhr Gas Co 6W*——1953
37,000 ♦Ruhr Housing 6W* A...1958

471,000 {♦St Louis Gas 5k Coke 6s. *49
357,000 Safe Harbor Water Pr 4Wa *79
733,000 San Ant Pub Serr 5s B—1958
30,000 San Joaquin L Ac P 6s B..1952
54,000 Sauda Falls Go 5s
1955

97
Sale
Sale

"21%
Sale
Sale

106%
79

101%
101%
25

144

104
105
112
113%
102% 103%

102%
103%
105%
105%
95%
2,944,000 Puget Sound P Ac L 5Hs-1949
91J
5a series C
1,138,000
1950
1,449,000
4 His series D
....1950 883
104
105

103%
103%
106
Sale
Sale
92%
Sale

105

105%

13,000
23,000
270,000

286,000
77,000
62,000
74,000

176,000
211,000
1,912,000
2,461,000
982,000
1,008,000
465,000

1943
1948

Shawtnlgan W 5k P 4%s-1947

......1968
1970

Sheridan Wyo Coal 6a
1947
Sou Carolina Power 5a.. 1957

2025

Southeast P Ac L 6s

Sou Calif Ed 3 Ks—May

11960
394 a series B
July 11960
Debentures 394*......1945
1st Ac ref mtga 4s
1960

of California 4Ws——1968
381,000
674,000 Southern Indiana Ry 4s. 1951
262,000 S'western Assoc Tel 5« A. 1961
581,000 Southwestern L Ac P 5a—1957
286,000 Southweetern P Ac L 6a..2422

32,000
69,000
134,000
117,000
67,000
144,000
90,000

187,000 S'western Pub Serv 6a A.1945
730,000 {♦Standard Gas Ac Elec 6s.'35
♦6s Certlfs of deposit.. 1935
1,124,000
♦Conv 6s
1935
633,000
♦6s Cony ctfs of deposit 1935
693,000

20,000
156,000
38,000

166,000 Standard Invert 5W»—— 1939
2,985,000 {Stand Power Ac Lt 6a... 1957
1,789,000 ♦Starrett Corp 5a—
1950

19,000
21,000
18,000
47,000
11,000

7s 2d stamped......... 1940
183,000
186.000
7s 2d stamped
1946
311,000 Super Power of 111 4Hi.. ,1979
416,000
4Wa
.1968

75,000
27,000

618.000 fenn Elec Power 5a
346,000 Tenn Pub Serv 5s

1,960,000
1,663,000

6s

1951

4s

97%
99
113% 115
75% Sale

Sale

1966

...

102% 100%
92
98% Sale
107
107% Sale
102
103% 103%

102

........

65,000 Syracuae Ltg Sa B....... 1957
let Ac ft 5 Ws
62,000
1954

26,000
15,000
9,000
91,000
73,000
90,000

126,000
92,000
32.000

08

99

Sale

98

25

Sale

25%

—

133% 135% 131
106

105

110% Sale
103% 105
103

Sale

103%

Sale

104%
100%
79%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

78
73

Sale

25

July

July

14

6 15% July
July
.9 108
28 105% July

12
2
14

107%
103% 104
103% 104
103% 104%

103% Sale
103% 104
103% Sale

103% Sale

99% Sale
104% 106

94

101]
86]

103% July 26
77% July 22
96% July 21
102% July
2
89
July 14

104% Sale

90% Sale
89
90%
90% Sale

68% Sale
66
Sale
68

Sale

89

67

Sale

91%
91% Sale
90% Sale
100% 101%
88% Sale

66% Sale
66% Sale

94%

93

40

41

45

47

48

45

47

Sale

64]
33]

Sale

105%
105%
108%

108%

50

Sale
66

95

July

17

64% July
32% July

1
10

93

53

56
7
July 13
50
July
45% July 29 46% July 24
8 105% July
8
105% 105% July
105% 104% July 28 106% July 10
2
107
July 20 107% July
107%
109%

56

Sale

87% Sale
69

70

107% Sale
76
Sale

112

171,000 United

Elec of N J 4s....1949
United Elec Service 7s...1956

367,000

Without

49%

....1950

43,000 ♦United Indus 6Ws.
♦1st 6s
70,000
454,000 United Lt Ac Pow 6Ws
Deb 6s
1,561.000
328,000
AWs
United Lt * Rys 6 Ws
6s ssrlss A
559,000
Dsb 6s ssrlss A
196.000

1952

1,282,000

Far footnotes tee page 53.




...

1975

1959

1952

1973

105
; 113%
,

71

68

68%

24

27

Sale

24

1945

1974

Sale

105% 106]
104% 105
116% 117]

.1941

26

114

86%

114

54%

92
114%

87

75

69% Sale

103

80
104
69

Sale
Sale
70

27%

35

49% July

July

75
71

July
July

101% July
83
110

74%

84
Sale

76

80
July
103% July
70
July

lfi

lfi

Jan.

Jan.

7
22

108

July 2£

109

Jan.
Mar.

Apr.
July

81

g

104
102
25

Mar. 30

2
Feb. 1C
Mar.
£
July
]

147

98% July
97% July
l8
Feb.

Jan.

1<

105% Apr. 21

lip

112

10l

101

Jan.

5

105

July
July

15
7

103K
105%
105%
98%

Mar.

June 11

Mar.
Apr.

Ig0%

Mar.

102
99

Mar.
?3
May
7O
May
69% May

96

ll%
104%
100%
127%
107%

May 26
Jan.
Jan.

6
12
19
18

Jan.

92% Jan.

104% May 21
107

22% Mar. 16
18
Apr.
6

Jan

21

27% July 15
25
July 14

June 5 18% Mar. 23
Jan. 25 108% May 26
Jan.
6
Apr. 12 107
Jan. 26
May 6 132
Feb. 23 110% May 27
9
2
6

107% May 18

93% July 21

1

54% July

11

108
108
107

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

8
6
18

110% Jan.

6

25 105

6

Jan.
July
1 87
May 26 103% Jan.

93]

7

Jan.
Mar. 23 104
June 22 104% Jan.

May 11 106
June 17

95

June 21

95
95

June 17
June 17

June 28
63% June 29

8
2

21

Jan. 18
Mar. 8
Mar. 8
Mar. 9

95% Mar.

9

Mar.
Mar.

8

96

_

96

8

Jan. 14
93
July 17 102
Mar. 8
62
June 16 96
8
30% June 18 44% Jan.

37
37
102%
102
106%
107

56
July
Apr.
May 3 49% Jan.
May
Mar. 24 106
Mar. 23 106% May
Mar. 2 107% June
Jan. 18 109% Mar.

May 19
June 26

Jan.
June
May
June
106% May
90
July
66
98%
30
104

9
15
25
29
10
16

98% Jan.
85% Jan.
80
106

13

26
17
17
25
3
15
16

Feb. 23
Jan.
4

40% Feb. 10
106
Feb.
5
113

Feb.

4

104% Jan. 23

Apr. 13
106% Jan.
2 109
5
75
June 12 94% Jan.

15

73% July 19
27
July
1
27
July 30
81
July 27
1
77
July
8
5
8 104
July
6
July 21
July 31
75% July 22

85

Mar. 29
Jan. 23

109% Jan.

May

Jan.

49% June 28
105% June
103
June
103% June
111
Mar.

Mar. 25
Mar. 18
June 17
June 14

101% July

55

26 108
28 106%
26 108
20 117%

Mar. 19

1

110

72
101

65% July
9l% June
90% June
99% Mar.
99% Apr.
L03
Mar.
104
Mar.

69% July 31
27

Feb.
Jan.

July 21

X8% Apr.

27% July 30

71
Sale

69

15

19

July 28
July
1
July 13

105% July 21 105»3? July
1 103% July
103% July
7 103% July
7
103% July
15 114
July 26
114% 113% July

27
Sale

92%
93%
86% Sale
106
Sale

91%

52%

105%

106% 108

65

warrants..

Sale

70% July
102
30
105

20 108% July
107% 107% 107% July
1
80% July
76
July
79% Sale

Company—

10§% Jan.

87% July 31
70
July 21

80% July
66
July

Sale
Sale

40

105% Sale

94% July
9
72% July 26
35
July
2

Sale
34%

94

66% Sale
105% 105%

"

69%
33%

45%
47
105
106
105
106
108% 107
106%
110

44%
104%
105%
107%
107

68%

July 27 104% July
1
103% 104% 103
July, 26
67% July
" 74
71%
72
73
July 26
66
July
71
Sale
74% July 26
July
71%
72% 68
73
July 26
67
July
70%
72
74
July 26
66% July
72
73
73
July 26
66% July
70% Sale
93

77
108
107

«2% Jan.

106% Jan.

X2$

Feb. 20

Feb.
9
10l% Mar. 15 105
3
10l% Mar. 23 104% Feb.
105% July 13
10l% Mar. 16

104% 103% 104% 103% July
76
Sale
77% 73% July
94
July
Sale
96%
98%
101
July
102% 101% Sale
87% July
88
90
88

103]
73]

June 23
19
15
18

99% Mar. 15

10?$ &Pr' if

66% July 26
July 20
July 27
July
6
July 29
July
8
July
9

66

9

Mar.
22
Mar. 18 29
Mar.
28% June
9 47
10l% July 10 103% Jan.

July

Sale
Sale

102% 103

6

July

111

105% 106%

July

July
July
July
July

109

107% Sale
107% Sale
107% Sale

65

1967

6 110

27

103

Sale

67%
93

66

81

1957

25

65% July
91% July
90
92
91%
93
July
98% Sale
93
Sale
102% July
103% Sale
102% Sale
102% July
102
102% 103% 103%
106
106% 105% July
105% Sale
106% July
107% 108
106% Sale

71%

112

"88 ftfc

14

28%
31%
33
102% 102% 101%
107%
107
103%
104
105
104
104% 104
104% 104% 103%

6 108

108% Mar. 18
38
June 8

July
July

July

Mar.

24 111% Jan.
Jan.
08% Mar. 18 100
l2
July 15 30% Jan.

10

July 10

83

5a aeries B

July

25

96

4We

105
Mar.
107% Mar.

lOf
a3

27

25%
32
28% Sale
Sale

3 106

15 105% Jan. 22
Apr. 23
May 13 109
20 106% Jan. 26
1q0% May

07% July 30
July
9
July 29
99% July
7
25
July
1

26%

106

211,000
122,000

99% June
§9% June

June
J illy 29 105% Jan.

30

102
107

16

lo5

20
13
20
21

25

July
13%
14
12%
13
106% July
Sale
107% 108% 107
104% July
105
106
105% Sale
129% 129%
127% 130
110
July
110
110% 108%

14

99% Mar. 17 102% Jan. 2
2
July
2 105% Jan.
96
June 30 105% Jan. lis
103
Jan.
9
38
June 30

71
00

17

8

Jan.

93% Jan.

§0%

15 105% July
6
104% 105% 104% July
110% July 13 111% July 29
111% Sale
103
July 27 105
July
105
103%
1 104% July
103
July
103% Sale
July 15 103% July
103% 103% 103
1 105% July 30
104% July
Sale
105
1 102
July
6
100% July
Sale
102
1
85% July
79% July
86
1
78
July
83% July
83%
1
73
July
77% July
77% Sale

13

117

8
4

7O

.08

July

133% 133

...1962

6a 4th stamped

Mar.
70% Mar.

14

7 104]
103% 103% 103% July
104% Sale
98% July 28 100]
100%
100
101% 99

81

Union Electric Lt Ac Pow (Mo)
5a series A....
52,000
...1954

July
July
04% July
24% July
75% July

24% July

1,796,000 Twin City Rap Tr 5 Ws A.I952
Ulen Ac

3,000
29,000

74

70%

July
73% 71
Sale 105% July
106% July
108
63
July
70
98% July
100
97% July
99

Toledo Edison Co—

7,000
1,000

67% July

108% 107% July
104% 103% Juiy

69

Sale

69

106% 107% 107
103%
103% Sale
24% 24%
23%
Sale
72%
71
105% 106% 107%
107%
106
107
72
66%
70
98
99%
98%

103

87,000

14
29

103

•

102

1st mtge gold 5s

July
July

28%

i02% 153%

38

ifs

111% July 30
92
July
8

110% 111
90
91% 87%

67% July
68
69%
66%
71
99
July
101% Sale
99% Sale
30
July
32
30
Sale
105% 105% 104% July
104% Sale
106%
...I. 106%
90
July
92%
94
90% Sale

993,000

99

107% July 30

14%

15%

Sale

48*

1970

92,000
187,000

103

July
July
July
July
July
July

26%

25

104%
104%
107%
107%

4

94% Mar. 24 102% Jan.

22 102% July 22
2 94% July 16
98% July 27
92% July 28

30

106%
132%
108% 110 •

85

23

Jan.

ll5

23
1

110% July
89% July

\\%

95%

69,666

38,000

1

23x4

107

100

Jan.

119

July 15
July 28
76% July 27

25

17% Sale

68%

108

Mar. 24

2 99
26 114

24

106
106

1o2% June 23

27% July 15

Tern! Hydro-Electric Co—

137,000

y

9
1

9

96% May 17 108% Jan. 11
Jan. 19
36 June
24 100

July 16
105% July
109
July !
94% July
16% July :

1956

666,000
6%. series A
1953
1960
2,051,000 Texas Elec Service 5s
26,000 {♦Texas Gas Utilities 48—1945
1,490,000 Texas Power Ac Lt 5a
1956
6a
51,000
2022
545,000 Tide Water Power la A
1979

62,000
364,000
1,000

1 103% July
2 116% July

105
105% 107
108
107% 108% 108% 109%
90% July
Sale
94
Sale
12
July
16%

Stlnnea (Hugo) Indus—

*

97% July
113% July
71% July

108

Southern Counties Gas

3,000
68,000
37,000
77,000
6,000

July

86% July

26%

22%

1937

♦Schulte Real Estate 6a..1951

4Ws series B
4 Ws series D

98 %

105% 103% July
116
July

103% Sale
116% Sale

105% 105%
104% 105
106
Sale

5 We
1972
96%
205,000 Phlla Rapid Transit 4a—1942
Piedmont Hydro-Electric Co
62
722,000
6 Ha series A—————I960
106
45,000 Pittsburgh Coal 6a
1949
105%
259,000 Pittsburgh Steel 6s
1948
67,000 ♦Pomeranla Elec Co 4a—1953
599,000 Portland Gaa Ac Coke 5a. 1940 "78%
106
395,000 Potomac Edison 5a sea E.1956
106
262,000
4Kb series F
1941
76%
155,000 Potrero Sugar 7s stampedl947
100
148,000 Power Corp of Can 4%s B 1959
196,000 Power Securities Corp 4a. 1949 100%
20%
15,000 ♦Prussian Elec 4s
—.1954
Pub Service Co of N J—
142
441,000
6% perpetual certificates -.

Serrel Ync 5s

1 98% July 29
1 104% July 12
2 89% July 21

97% July

Sale
Sale

103% 102% July
102% 103% 103
90% July
93% Sale
90% Sale
July
97
98% 97
96
97%
88
July
88
Sale
91% 92%

Phlla Elec Power

Scripps (E W) Co 5We

Highest
Sale Prices
100 W Jan. 19

102% Sale
105% Sale
106% 105%

1,077,000 {♦Peoples Lt ft Pow 5a—1979

6s

Lowest

Sale Prices
o6
Apr.

97%
98
113% 116
71% Sale

42,000 Palmer Corp of L» 4a—-19JJ
Penn Cent Lt 4k Pow 4H« 1977
I*79
155,000
1,072,000 Penn Electric 4a aeries F.1971
Penn-Ohlo Edison 4a
1954
345,000
Without warrants
503,000
5W« seriss B—
1959
241,000 Penn Pub Serf 6s C—.... 1947
133,000
5s aeries D
———
90,000
PennjWater 5k Pow 4MS..1948
319,000
1,101,000 Pooplea Gaa~Lt Ac Coke 4s B'81

49,000
154,000
430,000
28,000
707,000
114,000
372,000

nof/

,

98% 98%
102% 103%
89%
86%

97%
98%
85%

Highest
Sale Prices

101% 102%
115% 118
87 % Sale

1,962,000

1,151,000

Ask m

Bid

Sale
94% Sale

103 %

Con* deb 5a

613.000 Okla Pow Ac

Ask

99% Sale

1951
--—--1946
Water 5a A..1MH

Okla Nat Gat 4

Lowest

Sale Prices

July 31

July 1

♦Saxon Public Works—

9,000
43,000
2,000
66,000
8,000
41,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Price

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Jan. 1

131,000
293,000
38,000

EXCHANGE

CURB

PRICES IN JULY

SALES

July

YORK

June 10

May 3
Apr. 20
Apr, 29
Jan, 15

79% Feb.
5
July
1
July 30

27
27

94
89

8 107

Jan.

Jan.

Jan.

14
19
14

96% Jan. 23
June
Jan. 18
June 30 115
69% June 29 89% Jan. 13

79
103

AQQREQATE

PRICES IN JULY

SALES
Since

July

Jan. 2

Jan. 1

2022

1952
1956

5a aeriea B

94%
8954

92%
88

97

Highest

Lowest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

98

94% July

96

96

88

107

109

107

Lowest

Ask

109

99
July
96% July

July

23
26

103
93

Sale
83% '85%

96

97

90

93

87

91%

103

90

94
88

^

Highest

Sale Prices
June 30 102
Jan. 12
Jan. 21
July
7 103

105% Mar. 2 107
104% Jan. 26 106

105% 107% 105% 106%

100H 100H

1946
.......1950

4a

July 31

Ask Bid

Bid

102 X
102
Sale
97
98%

26.000 Vamma Water Power 5 He *57

763,000 Virginia Pub Ser 5%• A.. 1946
242,000
512,000

Ask

101% 1013
101% 1021
107% 109j
104 % 106

(Jtah Power & Light 4% • 1944

287,000

4a aeriea A—.....
312,000
27,000 Utlca Gas A118s E
5a aeriea D
14.000

50,000
35,000
43,000

July 1

1937
Bid

BONDS (Concluded)—

$
89,000
87,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Price

HEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE
^

In

53

NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE

AUG., 1937]

June

1

Feb.

15

Mar. 10
8 103
June 18 104% Jan.
8
Jan. 11
19 101
June 23 102% Jan. 29

102% Feb.
92% July
July
July

1
6
7

85
89

Sale

97% July 22
96% July 24
92
July 16

92
80

87

June

Waldorf Astoria

Corp¬
se income deb
...1954
219,000
Wash Gaa Light Go 5a—1958
500,000
Waah Rr A Blee 4a.
1951
90,000

38,000
41,000
;

6,000
33,000

104

Waah Water Power 5a...1960

363,000

55,000
31,000
8,000
194,000

107% 1075!
106H lOS*

Western Newspaper Union—
Conv deb 4a
....1944

73

640,000
West Penn Elec 5a
..2030
442,000
Weat Penn Traction 5a..1960
138,000
Weat Texaa Utll 5a A....1957
2,051,000
West United G 0c E 514a A 55
603,000
Wheeling Elec Co 5a
1941
47,000
Wis Minn Lt A Pow 6a—1944
485,000
Wlaconsln P A L 4a A
1966
1,599,000

77,000
3,000
37,000
175,000

271,000 York
Rya Co 5s
1,951,000

Sale

105 X

Sale
111% 113
97% Sale
105

Sale

107 H
105
106

101% Sale
106% 106 %
99 % Sale

Yadkin River Power 5a_.1941

63,000
97,000

105

1937

27 H
104 H
106 %

29
Sale

105 %

Sale

Sale

27% 275* 25%
105% 106
104%
106H 107H 106%
105% 105% 105

55% Sale
96 H

57H Sale

55%
95
99 H
103
105
106
108 H 105
92 % Sale
94J* Sale
92
105
Sale
104% 105% 104%
107 H Sale
107%
107%
106% 106% 106
106% 106
94
Sale
94
97% Sale
99

'•

! Sale
91% Sale

104

",

..1

*i '

-

>' •*

Vt

105% 106
87% Sale

July 22 28
July
1 106
July
1 106%
July
8 106
July

July
July
July
July

24
29
1
12

July
July
July
July

94%
105%
107%
106%
97%

July
July
July

95

July
July
July
July
July
July
July

106

July 22 31%
July
1 108
Apr. 14 107
June
3 106%

49% May 28

59% July
100

26%
104%
105%
103

105

91

103%
105%
105%
92%

May 24
Jan.

13

Mar. 17

Feo. |

2

79% Feb. 11
2
14% Jan.
6
99% Jan, 28
105% Jan.
9
108
Apr. 30
107
Apr. 10
102% Jan.
9

June 26 105% Jan.

July

8

June

4

Mar. 18
Feb. 10
Feb. 27
Apr. 26

.

;

104

106

July
87% July

July
July

92

29
7

103% June 30 107% Jan.
81% May 25 100% Jan.

19
0

FOREIGN GOVERNMENT
AND MUNICIPAL

Agrlcul Mtge Bk Rep of Col—

15,000
22,000
24,000

88,000
+20-year 7a
Jan 15 1946
110,000
♦20-year 7a
Jan 15 1947
47,000 ♦Baden (Germany) 7a....l951
91,000
73,000

87

♦7%s stamped
♦78 stamped

1947
1952

623,000

4,000
14,000
19,000
11,000

98,000
Prov Banks 6s B......1951
80,000
♦6a A
1952
160,000 Danish Cona Munlc 514s.1955
100,000
5a
1953

20,000
12,000
71,000
10,000
18,000
54,000
42,000
40,000
51,000
37,000
23,000
23,000
49,000
34,000

90

93H

82

87%

93 %

96

Sale

23

25
24
25

%

23%

25%

23%

-

25

24

Colombia extl

100,000
243,000
275,000
74,000
46,000
312,000
99,000
276,000

a

f 7s..

16 H

Sale

11 %

25
22

.1948

Sale

24

24%
101H 102%

Mar. 11

84% Mar. 24
83% May 10

95
94

June 25
June 25

11% June 25

21

Feb. 11

19% Apr.

27% Jan. 19
27% July 30

12

93% July
93

July

13% Sale

11% July

1

13% July 28

27

26%

24

30
Sale

100 %

25% July

2

July 28
July 30
July 13
July 29

101

61
17

22

23
23

25

24

Sale

23 H

23 %
18

Sale
20%

27

Sale

27%
12
27%
1 101%
17 100%

27
26
July
101% 100% July
99% 100% 99% July

26

20
24

29

101

99%

99%

100

sxternal s f 614*
1952
♦German Cons Munlc 7a. 1947

♦6a

17

1947

♦Hanover (City) Ger 7a_.1939
♦Hanover (Prov)
1949
♦Lima (City). Peru. 4%s.l»58
♦Maranhao (State) 7s:

11*

62 M

Sale

65% Sale

67%
68%
24%
25%
24%
25
25% Sale
23%
26%
18

23

19H Sale

13 X

15

32% Sale
14%
15

91H Sale

92

95 H

93

22
22

1958

♦Medellin (Colombia) 7S.1951

Feb. 18

2

20

Mar. 31

99

97

Apr.
6 102% Jan.
8
Apr. 16 101% Fej. 10'

23%

24%

23% Sale
23%
23%
17%
18

1

50
17
17

Jan.

6

25% June 21

Jan.

6

25

17

Mar. 15

Apr. 28

July
July
July
July
July
18
July
27
July
13% July

67% July 27
24% July 16
24% July 30
25% July 27
24% July 23
21% July 24
33
July 31
15
July 22

Jan.

8

19

65%
24%
23%
24%
23%

24% Jan.
13% July

4
19

90% June 17

19
2

1
1

19
1

17% Apr.
18

7

77

Feb.

10

Mar.

9

25% July
24% July
29% Mar.
33
July
21
Feb.

27
23
5
31
10

Mendosa (Prov) Argentina

779,000

7%s-4s stamped .......1951
Mtge Bank of Bogota—
79,000
♦7a Issue of May 1927
1947
62,000
♦7a Issue of Oct 1927
1947
710,000 ♦Mtge Bank of Chile 6s.. 1931
10,000
6s stamped
1931
275.000 Mtge Bank of Denmark 6sl972
267,000 ♦Parana (Stateof). Bras 7s'58
308,000 ♦Rio de Janeiro 6%s.„.„195''
447,000 ♦Russian Govt 4 Ha
1919
1,071,000
♦Certificates of dep
465,000
♦5 Ha
1921
326,000
♦Certificates of dep..

24

15%

Sale'

99

100

99

99%

25 H

Sale

25

27

10

62

65

437,000 ♦Santiago (Chile) 7a..... 1949
♦7a
159,000
1961

17

Sale

16%

Sold under the rule,

17%

72%
16%
16%

,

95

20

99% 100
27% Sale
27%
29
1%
IK
1%
1%
1%

27
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

255*
1H
1H
1%
1%

Santa Pa (City) Argentina
152,000
♦7s stamped..
.....1945

No par value.

74
18%

75% Sale

18

15

15

16
18

91

July

15

93% July

30

23%
23%
17%
11%

July 31
7
July
July 10
July 30

13
13

99

July

2

25% July

6

23% July
23% July
18*
July
11% July
100
July
27
July
271
July
July
July
1% July
1% July

July 12
1% July VI
1
July 12
1% July 19
9
1
July

25

73% July 27
16% July 29
16% July 30

Abbreviations Used Above (Cont.)—

"conv." convertible.

Deferred delivery sale,

a

*

"




Jan.
35% Jan.
2
Apr.
1% Apr.
1% Apr.
1% Apr.
34

June

May
July
Jan.
June

July

19
21

Feb. 19
Feb. 19
Mar. 8
July 30
June
9
10

0

22
22
22
22

62% Jan.
4
15% May 22

20% Mar. 12

16

20% Mar.

Jan.

22

81% Mar. 10
5

taken in

In which no account is
computing range, are given below:

V

July 29 at 4%.

y'

/

no

account Is taken

V In computing range, are given below:

T

Abbreviations Used Abote\
"cod." certificates of deposit,

"cons," consolidated.

July
Apr.

nUnder the rule sales. In which

Bonds being traded flat.

t Reported in receivership.

July
July

Feb.

Montreal Light Heat & Power, July 2 at 29%.
Munson Steamship Lines 6%s, c.o.d.
1937,

^

mmortgage.

•n-v." non-voting.

17

17

27%
27%
21%
11%
100%

Apr.
Jan.

75% July 31

96% Apr. 12

Deferred delivery sales.

V

'

"cum," cumulative.

Sold Tor cash.

* Ex dividend.
♦

25

12

91% July
90
July

-----

•

;

29% Feb. 10

22

Dansig P A Wat'way Bd
,

h
a

30

6

7

22% June

25

♦Can*- Bk of German State A

•

f

4

Apr.

18% Jan.

23% July 28
23% July 23
•
July 30

10

23% July
23% July
23% July

♦Cauca Valley(Dept of) R«P of

85,000

27,000

23 %
23%

25%
18%

Buenos Aires (Pro?)

6,000
4,000

10,000
19,000
32,000
19,000
5,000
39,000
18,000
53,000

28
28
22

25%

"vtc," voting trust certificates,
"w I," when Issued.
44

w

w." with warrants,

"x-w." without warrants.

No sales
r

Oasb sales, in which no account is taken in com

puting range, are given below:
No

sales.

/

Chicago Stock Exchange
MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

STOCK EXCHANGE

RANGE OF PRICES ON CHICAGO
Shares

July.Jan. 1 to

July 31

AQQBEOATB

Since

July

Jan. 1

BONDS

26,100
5,210
25,200
101,500
8,600

600

800

4,650
1,450
1,200
200

700
250

9,850
2,100
12,260
37,450
15,150
120,930
50,750
16,700
88,050
9,900
53,550
'

150
550

5,050
850

5,950

"Y.666
2,600
4,600
250

900
750

II,750
2,050

24,850
8,300
15,950
2,080
21,290

1,400

50

4,590

■V

400

31,450
440
650

730
170

290
500

~2,400
650
V

> V;;

30

120

I

*

com

7%

2H

..

10

800

30

1,800
1,100
4,900

75
107
22

•

.

pref *
*
*

Club Aluminum Uten Co...*
Coleman L'p Ac Stove com

Commonwealth Edison...100
Compressed Ind Gases cap.. 5
Consolidated Biscuit com...1

cum

preferred

id >4

22%
32%

830

5

24,950

188,050

100

2,050
100

3,900
50

6,900
1,630
2,000
27,800
2,280
21,200
3,450

For footnotes

Crane Co

100

com

2f>
ion

Cudahy Packing Co pref.. 100
Cunningham Drug Stores 2%
Curtis Lighting Inc

Dayton Rubber Mfg
Cum class A pref

see page




5

Preferred...

com
com

15
42
70

66

11% July
July
14% July
37% July
64% July
20

1
2

6
1

..*

*

is

6
16% July
1
16% July
1
15% July
19% July 23
2
18% July
9% July 22

12%
Sale

12%
13
37% Sale

11% July
35
July

Sale

44%

10% July
6% Jan.

July
21% July
16
July
41% July
69
July

13%

12

20%
27
12%

25%
54

17

1%

Sale
15

Sale
Sale

27
54%
3%

l

%
%

28*

104% 105

Sale
1%

Sale

32

1%

1%

86

90

13
1

43% July "2

15%

16
Sale

70

1%
13

12

3% Sale

77

%
%
%
1%
4% Sale
43
Sale
24
27
60
Sale
3
3%
1%
2%
%
%

95

52

Sale

8%
61
78

11
Sale
80

%
%
%
1%
4% Sale
43% 44
24
30%
62
64%
3%
3%
1

14
2

17

14%

103% 105

104

Sale"

A

1% July

19% Sale
31

16

Jan.

Feb.

13% Feb.
12% July
4% Mar.

57% Feb.
17
9

9

Feb.

Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar. 27
Jan.
0
Feb. 10
Feb.
9
Feb. 11

May
July
Jan.

July
July
May

Feb.

16

May

3
19

Feb.

Jan.
Jan.

43% Mar.

6

July" 13

83% Mar. 12

46%

Apr.

50

19

July 17
July 16
July 13
July 10
July 14
July 26
July 29
July 29

July

%.

27

12%
19%
32%
13

16%
32%

Sale

65

70

Jan.

June

18% Mar.

2

June

36% Mar.

3

6

19

53% June 22

1% July
12
July
2% July
88
July
48% July
6% July
58% July
75
July

19

% July

16

7

'"4%
43

July

1

July

1

July

70% July
1% July
14
July
4
July
95
July
53% July
9
July
61
July
80
July

6
7
26

% July

7

20
23
13
12
30

July "7
44% July 13

"4%

6

33% Apr. 10
13
July 26

July

13
12

13
1

2

15% Feb. 11

43

15

Jan.

81% Feb. 19

19

Jan.

5

6% Jan. 22
110% Mar. 4
75

June

5

30

Mar. 10
July 26
Feb. 16

3% Feb. 13

1% June
12
July
2% June
86% June
47

5% Jan.
77

June

Jan.

20% Jan.

58% July

73

72

85

Jan.

% Jan. 15
% Jan. 13
3% June 14

23
15

9
Feb. 17

Mar.

% Jan.
2

20

Jan.

20

6% Mar.

8

48
32

Feb. 20
Feb.
2

"66"

July

!

3% July
1
1
July 13
% July 23

July "20
July 12
1% July 13
% July 23

66"
4

77

Mar.

15

July

6

16% July

14

104

65

3% Sale
1%
1%
32% 36

July
July
July
July

2
16
8

13

July 28
July
8

43

June 30

20

July 31 105
65
July 16
3%
2% July
1
1%
1% July
8
35
July 28 35
104
115
July
1 116
Sale
6 44%
43% 44% 40% July
6
5
5
July 31
Sale

104

30% Mar.

1% June 22
51% Jan.
5
29% June 14

%

18

28% Feb.

Apr.
July

1% July 22

%

17%

107% Jan.
6
22% Feb. 18

June

43" July'26

16
July
58% July

June 24

May 28

53
3

Jan.
6
June 29

1

July
% Jan.
% Jan.
% Jan.
14% Apr.

13
29
21
6
28

Jan.

14

Feb.

July

16

May 12

June

17

Jan.

May
Jan.

6% Mar.

6

7

Feb.

19

% Jan.
% Jan.

3

21
23

5
37% Feb .11
Apr.

5
18

8

Mar. 10

27

May 10

l

July 27
July
9

Jan.

10

June 14

Feb.

20

Jan.

22

19

Jan.

26

Feb.

10

June 22

31*

June 24
June 11

Sale

Feb.

24

June 30
4
Jan.

July

26

Feb.

19

Apr. 29

Apr.

12% Sale

120
Sale
107% Sale
22% Sale
4%
5

9

84% Jan.

7

5

100%
4% Sale
48%
50

43

7
7

a

98

June 30

June 15
6% June 28
7
Jan.
7
11
July 31
1% June 17
48% Mar. 24
8% June 30
5% July
1
3% Jan.
6

Sale

"26% "28"

Mar.

61

July 8
July
6
July 21
July
1
July 27
July
7

12% July
39% July

18

17% Apr.
26% Feb.
23% Feb.

37% May 25

7% July

16%
21%
21%
10%

June 22

10% June 15
July
1

July

17

June 21

13

g

1?

May 23

12% Jan. 28
12% Mar. 3
14% May 22

June 24

20

12% July
12% July
2% July
52% July
10% July
6

7
11

4
2i

13% Apr.

34" July"!

2

n
14

18% July 19
July 16
12
July 29
17% July 28
32% July 14
12% July 30
1
13% July
1
29% July
27

2%

Sale'

94

48% Sale
6% Sale
57
59

Sale

9% Sale

30

12% Sale
15% Sale

Sale
12
Sale
2% Sale
1%

119
49

34
46

Sale
Sale
33

12

42%

~~4% Sale" ~r2&
2

19%
27%

18%
26%

Sale
12%
16
58% Sale

»

5

118

"45"'

32

29%

1%

3%

26

17%
15%

18

~13% Sale

15

%
5

16

17% Sale

2%

68% Sale
70
75

46

5

11

54

3% Sale

11

Sale

50%
9%

32

1%

15%

Sale
Sale

81% Jan.

Jan.
18

25

70% Sale

3%

Corporation

14
.....

6%

6

34

...10«

Preferred
Cord

13

July 23
Ju,ly 26
July 22
July 19
July 13

77% Feb.

Jan.

Sale
23%

2

50

n*
7

_

20%

35

107%
23%

350

60

"8.

11%
10%
8%
13%

17
17%
16
21
Sale
19% 20%
9%
10

Sale

13% Sale"
29% Sale

100

V t c pref part shares
50
650 Continental Steel com....

340

50

52
10
5%
7%

12

10%

63% Sale

7%

"i3%

12%
20

2

Sale

17
16% Sale
15% Sale
20
Sale
18
19%
10%
10%

Sale

Preferred

com

2
July
July 14
July 20
2
July
9
July

11% July
1
July 31
1% July
1
50
July 20
9
July
1
5% July
1
5% July
6

15

27

Central States Pr Ac Lt
prefl*
Chain Belt Co com....._...*
Cherry Burrell Corp com""*
Chic City Ac Con Ry—

*% prior preferred A

10%
9%
7 H
12%

8
Sale
13% Sale

11%

3%

99

Consumers Co

45

49% Sale
10%
11
9%
10

11

5

Prior Hen preferred......*

conv

7%

8

33% Sale

..5

Convertible preferred..
•
Central S W UtII com
50c

Common capital
Cities Service Co com.

13

52%
8%
9%
5% Sale

Common

990 Chicago Towel Co
465

290,580
6,400
1,410
21,800
12,200
34,250
167,800
3,720
2,060

Sale

2

19%

12

Part ctfs "4s"
j0o
1,200 Chic Rivet Ac Machine cap..4

50

55% Feb. 11
17% Feb. 16

45%
11%

48

13%

18%

Common
*
11,530
4,350
Partldpstlon preferred...*
561,210 Chic Corp common........l
Preferred..
39,050
"•
1,410 Chicago Electric Mfg~A—I"•
22,800 Chicago Plexlble Shaft com 5
20,900 Chicago & N W Ry Com.. 100
660 Chicago Rys part ctfs 1...100
Part certificates *'2'*....100
2,410
1,190
Participating ctfs "3"..100

60

June 18

Sale

18% Sale
19% 20%
25% 26

(new)..
...10
Cent Cold Storage Co com_20
Central 111 Pub Serv pref—*
Cent 111 Secur Corp—
Common
61,450
j

20,600

45

Sale

16

960

90

13

11% Sale
11
12

15%

capital......1

Laughlln Inc

...

May 28

44 ~

3%
13

Canal Const Co conv pref
•
Castle Ac Co (A M) com.....10

15,450
335,050
5,990
10,790
5,210
2,446
3,690

13

16

52

.

"6,250

44,050
10,450

.

19

7% Sale

_

200

12

20% Sale
13
• 14%
37%
64% Sale

46

11

22,400
Common..........
f
24,500 Bruce Co (E L) com
5
480 Bucyrus Monlghan class A..*
1,850 Burd Piston Ring com..
197,700 Butler Bros common
10
31,500
5% convertible preferred 30

1,850

9

10
7

70% Sale

...

1,350

1,000

18%
43

*

pref

Borg-Warner Corp com....10
Common (new)
5
160
7% preferred
100
2,750 Brach Ac Sons (E J) capital
5,000 Brown Pence Ac Wire cl A
•

"

10

10

4

Mar. 19

12

Baatian-Blesslng Co com.
*
Bendlx Aviation Corp com..5
Berghoff Brewing Co
1

Bliss Ac

73% Mar.

8

64% June 14
11% May 21

"II" "Ii%

Backstay Welt Co com
*
Barber Co (W. H.) com
Barlow 8c Seelig Mfg A com..5

Rights
Blnks Mfg Co

67

44%
10%

23

22

...

700

77X Feb.
70

65
9

12

5,v 50 American Pub 8erv pref..100
200 Annex Hotel Co com cap.. 100
519,340 Armour A Co common....
5
950 Aro Equipment Corp com
1
117,000 Asbestos Mfg Co com
.1
10,200 Associates Invest Co com... 4
25,950 Athey Truss Wheel capital.. *
17,580 Automatic Products com...5
14,620 Automatic Washer cony pf__*

45",650

67

66%

8

14

Aetna Ball Bearing common.l

conv

Highest
Sale Prices

8

17%

15%
16%
6% Sale
8% Sale

(J D) Mfg com—•
Adams Royalty Co com.....*
Advanced Alum Castings...5

Lowest

Sale Prices

68

64
64

63

51% Sale

*

com

Adams

Highest
Sale Prices

65%
64%

62
62

Par

Abbott Laboratories

800 Altorfer Bros

120
250

Lowest

Ask

Ask Bid

Bid

82
82
83

11

200 Ainsworth Mfg Corp com
5
*
2,350 Allied Laboratories com
11,450 Allied Products Corp cl A. 25
Common
18,000
.......10

""450

•

STOCKS

Shares.

4,700
1,750
3,750

Ask

80
80
81
16

1,000 Chicago City Ry 5a
1927
Certificates of deposit
6,000
5,000 Chicago Rys 5s ctfs
1927
5s class B__
1927
12,000
4,000 Met West Side El 1st 4s..1938

230

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Sale Prices

July 31

July 1

1937
Bid

$

I,650

JULY

Price
Jan. 2

In

Shares.

$7,000
150,000

$28,000

July 31-__

Jan. 1 to

PRICES IN

CHICAGO
STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

1936

None

July.

1,268,000
11,028,000

764,000
9,236,000

1937

Bond Sales

1936

1937

Stock Sales

12%

13%

12% July

1

14% July

26

39

ioo"" 103'

99

2% Sale

4

Jan.

July 20
7 102
4% July 29

6

June 16

Apr. 19
Feb.
2

Jan.

July
101% 100
Sale
2% July

Feb.

6

Mar. 30

105% 107%
19% Sale
6%
7
21
22
24
29

107%:::::
20%

107

21%
•

July

18% July
6% July

2!* 2|M

22

27%

26% July

56

"'W-

29

July

107% July 20
21% July 29
7
July
6
24% July 26
24 26% July 24

Apr. 20
Jan.

17
5

Jan.

2

Apr.

.June 21

: Apr.

June

2

Feb. 27
Mar. 20
Feb. 11

I Feb.

15
1
1

AGGREGATE

STOCK EXCHANGE

CHICAGO

aug., 1937]
SALES

PRICES IN JULY

CHICAGO
STOCK EXCHANGE

Jan. 2

JulyI

STOCKS

Jan. 1

Shares

July 1

1937

Shares

Par

Bid

Ask

(Alf) A Cohn—
1°
Preferred..........—-1®®
Common

160

100 Deep Rock Oil cow pref
♦
60 De Mete Inc
pref
—
*
1,950 Dexter Co (The) com
—»
8,900 Dixie-Vortex Co com
*
3,800
Class A.........
1,500 Dodge Mfg Corp common..

>**""16
5-0

750
250

1,300
1,500
6,850

15.560 Eddy Paper Corp (The).....*
71,850 El Household Util Corp
5

750

11%
87
31
26
17

20 j
38

6

12 %
100

.....

33

24

30
17
21
39 %
25

10* Sale

5,350
& Dredge Co com
*
6,450 Fuller Mfg Co common
.1
7,840 Gardner Denver Co com
4,350
New common
2,520
S3 cum conv pref...——20
4,450 General Candy Corp A.....5
117,900 General Finance Corp com..l
197,210 Gen Household Util com
*
1,670 Godchaux Sugar Inc cl B...*

3,350

"2*806
150

11,750
29,050

4,390
22,750

40

Class A
*
Goldbiatt Bros Inc com.....*
2,800 Grossard Co (H W) com....*
45,750 Great Lakes DAD com
*

1,850
2,800
3,100

-

7,710

10

10
2,650 Hamilton Mfg cl A part pf..l0
5,030 HarnischfeOer Corp com.. 10
59,300 Helleman Brew CoGcap...!
13,750 Hein Werner Motor Parts..3

300
40

5,350
1,200

620 Heller
(W E) pref w w
25
570 1 Without warrants.........

50
230

1,950 Hibb Spencer Bartlett com. 25
1,880 Horders Inc common.......*
2,550 Hormel A Go (Geo) com A..*

110

350

7

Hall Printing Co com

13%
4% Sale

11%

16

*58 % *60*
22%

62~~ "65"
17

6,620
Class B
20,400 Hupp Motors
6,100
Rights....

10,050

7

los

Sale

5

""450
1,850

com

40%

45

2,570 Illinois Nor Utilities pref. 1 Of
;
2,600 Indep Pneum Tool v t c
•
3,250
New common v t c
*
3,970 Indiana Steel Prod com.—1
77
500 Ind Terr Ilium Oil n v cl A..»
40,100 Inland Steel rights (w 1)....
300

1

Capital

100 Interstate Power
$7 pref

41%

34

900

•

|6 preferred
7:11,700 Iron Fireman Mfg Co v t C
86,400 J arris (WB)Co capital
8,350 Jefferson Electric Co com.
1,050 Joslyn Mfg & Supply Co com

4%

*22%
69

16
5%
Sale
42

.....

34

13 %

10%
15
10% Sale
14
15
9
Sale
8%
9
22
26%
22
25
52%
55
15%
16%
19%
21

10%

W

15*
Sale

,

27" "30**
24

25

"17%
19%

20

24%

10

25%

3% Sale

.

700

4 '370

710
160

oon

®X'2?R

30

1

90

eon

c'non

1,850

oR'RnX

2,950
3,100

§8.300

15

17

July

17

9
12

12% July
z4% July

26
1

Feb.

10

"7

20%
58%
14%
4%
3%
29%

June
Jan.
June
Mar.
June

17

July 22
3% July
1

23

19 ::

25

23

Sale

—.

"6* 400

20

19%
8%
Sale
Sale
40

10

Sale

Leath A Co common
...»
Cumulative preferred.
•
Le Roi Co

46
44%
15% Sale
10
9%

120

100
cum

Kingsbury Brewing Co cap.l
La Salle Ext Unir com
-.5

10

common

Libby, McNeill A Llbby

80

J.780

80

7%

46%

pref.50
100
Ken-RadTube A Lpcom A..*

10

Preferred

6,400 Lynch Corp

10

•

common

common

....—5

McCord Rad A Mfg "A,,.„~*

I

McGraw Electric com
1.420 McQuay-NorrlsMfg com

40

;

45%

...1

Preferred

Kentucky Util J*

Hnn Loudon Packing

590

22%

35

79,750 Lion Oil RefGocom........*
'

.....

42

2.780
$3.50 preferred
*
8.750 Lindsay Light com........lt

1,200

...5
•

"38"
83%
20%

•
*
37,750 Manhntt-Dearborn Corp com*

Sale

26
10

Sale
>

Sale

81% 100
31%
27%
71%

84%
21%

"22""

"2% Sale"

5%
1%
2%

2
38

7%
27

Sale

40%

41

8%

8

28%

""9% Sale"

11% July
July

13% Sale
105

36** *38*"

.

150

in}
101,600

Mape® C011* M,£ capital

390

1.740

"5",l00

85,150
376,650

42,550
13,800
3,700
UO0
;

70
290
140
30
110

1,450
300

;

60

*

Marshall Field A Go com...*

150 Masonite
Corp common
70,060 Mer A Mfrs Sec cl A com

"9",600

0 .

8% July

19%
11%

24

>

July

Mar.

1

Jan.

7

16

May 12
July 26

19
3

July
9% July

26""

July
July
July
July

12

7

25

.....

10

"I

23

27% Sale
36%
43%
47% Sale

39
46

12
7

July

8

23% July *28
27% July 31

1
2

41

July 13
47% July 23

17

25

25%
9% Sale
10%
10%

18
1

9

June

4
8
May 17
21% June
4
Feb.
Jan.

23

Jan.

May

2%
as*

Apr.
11% June
99% May

Jan. 25
Jan.
7
Feb. 13
Mar.
5

Jan.

92

37

July

49

June

10% May

8

4% Mar.
2.6 May
96% May
10
July
9
Apr.
19% June
20% June

4

100

27

45% June

May 15
May 25
Jan.

Jan.
Feb.

47 ¥ July

80
32

100
Sale

28

44%
8%

68% 70
24% Sale
5%
5%
1%
2
3% Sale
42%
44%
8% Sale

29

29

30

18%
11%

19%
12%

Sale
6

2
Sale

18
16%
12% Sale
9%
41%

10% July
11% July
100
July
32% July
70
July
25% July
6% July
2
July
3% July
42
July
9
July
30
July
19% July
13% July
9% July
41
July
July

July
67% July
22
July
5% July
1% July
2% July
41% July
8% July
28
July
17
July
11% July
8% July
38
July
4
July

32% Sale
4 V:
3%

27% July 15
3% July 22

38

40

"■•1

25

48

Sale

43

50

40

42

52%

54
....

9%

9

39

Sale

8
14
29
21
30
9
10
6

28
24
7
12
28

13
8
2
28

10%

.....

41

50

22
....

...I

Sale
50%
49

;

July

22
July
48
July
48% July

33% July
6
4
July
6
50% July 22

2

31

26% July 13
50
July 20
48% July 16

1
12

R'l-R

7% prior lien—

2

24%
23%

2%
28%
Sale

60

64

46

6%
33%

5% Sale
27% 28

2% July
July

2
28

23% July

1

2%

2%

106

2.670

7% preferred A
„<
100
960
6% preferred A......... 100
7,670 Miller A Hart Inc conv pref.*
10,700 Modine Mfg com
•
Monroe Chemical Co com...*

Preferred

•

3%

Sale

12% Sale
5% Sale
% Sale

10%

11

? Sail*
V
.1* Sale
el*
46
7%
49

7%
50

10 Mountain States Pow pref. 100

1,450 Muskegon Mot Spec cl. A...*

Jan.

2% July
24% July
27% July

7
2
31

22

22

54

"5% Juiy"~i

"6% "*6%
29

29%

*2% "*2% "3% "*3%
7% Sale
2% Sale
% Sale
4%
4%
2%
4
3
4%
2

Sale

1% Sale
3% Sale
35%
37%
7%
8%
47%
50%

28

July

<

6% July
30% July

Jan.

6

10
4 :

tji
6
5

5%
2%
1%

Sale
Sale

%

o

Sale

5%
5%
3

3%

39% Sale
7

47%

7%

50%

2% July
7% July
2% July
July
July
July
July 15
July
1
1% July
1
3% July
1
37% July
6
7
July 27
48
July 28

*27%

20*" *24""

22%

15
28

20

14

4

28

14%

16

13

June

16

21

Apr.

12

19

Jan.

4

Jan.

4

25

27%
2%
7%
1%

3% July
11% July
4% July
% July
6% July
5
July
5% July
2% July
1% July
5
July
39% July
8% July
50
July

June 21

Feb.
1
June 30
June 17
June 14

23

June

3 % June 15
35
June 28
7
July 27

47
40

Mar. 27

"24%

21
11

Mar.

1

Jan. 22
Jan.

25

Feb.
Mar.
Jan.
Feb.

25
20
25
10

Jan.

19

Feb.
4
Mar. 17
July 28
Mar. 2
Jan. 20
Jan.

22

Mar. 3
Jan. 26
July
6
Jan. 14
July 22

54

Mar. 12

57% Mar.

2
Jan.
7
June
4
4% Jan. 22
25
Apr. 12
30% Mar. 10
32

2%

70
7

Jan.

29

Mar. 31
Jan. 22
Jan. 25
Jan. 25
Jan. 16
Jan. 28
Feb.
5

29

Feb .j 20
31% Jan. 11

16

June 14
June
5
June 11

Jan.
8
Feb. 25
Mar. 1

48% Feb. 11

June 24
June 18

j: Apr.
22% Jan.

17

28%

2

7

4% June 16

33

22%

28

48% June 30

60

21

27% Sale

Xo

Indust allot ctfs

July 31

41

32

i.

2% Sale
21%
24
19% Sale

31%

Mlckelberry*s Food Prod com)

22

2% June

6%

Middle West Corp capital...5

June 16 45%
9% July 29 16%
8% June 14
12%
96% Jan. 29 (25
25
June 23
43%
67% July 14 89
17% Apr. 28 28%
5% July 20
7%
1% June 12
3%
1% Jan.
4
3%
38
Apr. 29 50
7% Jan.
4
13%
25
June 25
34%
16% June 17 19%
9% Jan.
2
15%
8% June 21
12%
38
July 26 45
4
Jan.
5
4%
9% Jan. 26
9%
16% Jan.
5 33%
6%
3% June
4
38% Mar. 18 50%

9% Mar.

4

Feb.

4

8% Jan.
8% Jan.
46% Jan.

18
13
2

10

Jan.

15

50

5

26

July 14
Apr. 21
Feb.! 23

22

Jan.

28

32

Jan.

14

40

4

50

150

3,000 Nachman Sprlngfllled com.*
3,000 National Battery Co pref
*
1,700 National Gypsum A n-v com.5
87,050 National Leather com
10
13,200 NatT Pressure Cooker Co...2

620

21,680

600

12,000
Common stock..........10
40,550 National Union Radio com.. 1

30

19% Sale
28%
29%
63

17

20

July
28% July

16

14% July

29

17

21
6

July
28% July

21
6

68

16% June 11
27% May 17
65

1% Sale
12

15

Jan.

July

6

July

9

4

July
2
July
43% July

6
6
13

28

"29

8

% June 14
6

"14%

14% Jan.

79]
2J

Apr.'
Jan.

12

17

Apr.

9

12% Jan.

12

3

Nat Republic Invest Trust—

Cumul.

conv.

*

pref.

Sale

.....

5%

•4*

4

6

July

6

-

July

6

National Standard—

250

4,100

'"■466
7,050
100

70
420

""190

27%
29
1% Sale
38

64,250 Noblltt*3parks Ind

Inc cap 5
69,950
Rights
30,550 North American Car com..20
129,150 Northwest Bancorp com....*
9,285 Northwest Eng Co com
*

2,450
4,980

100

2,700

600

....

6% preferred

;

For footnotes see page 56.




July
12% July
27
July
60
July
35
July

19
21
8
10
15

15

11%

11%

30'

24

28

60

57

63

30% Sale

10% July
July
July
23
July

26"! "2l"

20% July

20

22

30% July
21
July
1% July

15
26
6

21

7

19

27

58

110

18%
10

*

27%
20

1%

.100

5,700 Penn Elec Switch conv A..10
4,900 Penn Gas A Elec A com
•

Oh

5% July

27

*

....

Convertible preferred

i

10% Sale

5,900 Parker Pen Co (The) com..10
30,500 Peabody Coal Co B eom.^390

"700

Common

2%
Sale

29

56

7% preferred
...100
60 Okla Gas A El 7% pref
100
1,660 Ontario Mfg Co com........*

380

1%

28% July 29
1 % July
1
38
July
1

24

Nor West Util pr Hen pref.If•

1,300
80
:

42

Sale

29

"*5% Sale" *~6" ""6%

Oshkosh B'Gosh Inc—

r.j.

28

20%
13%
30%
24%
Sale

23
1% Sale

56

34

16%
11%

18%

18%
13%

12

30% July 15
July 26
1% July 23

57 j
23
106

June

July
Apr.

18% Mar.

J*

Feb.

3

Mar. 29

Feb.f»5
Jan.
Mar.

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

15
8

25
25
14

July! 15
m

Feb.

Feb. 23

27

June

Apr.

21

July
1% July

51

56

19%
Sale

1% Jan.
37% June
Apr.
5% June
10% June
24% June

36% Feb. 10
Feb. 16

13

12%

27%
21%

34

16%

July

June

18
12

July
July

2

July
13% July

24
31

Jan.

18

July
May

12

Jan.

16

18
25
Feb. 26
Mar.
8
Jan. 14
Jan.

-V

8

Mar. 15

25
15
11
29% Feb. 13
Feb.
4
51

§?*

June

37

23

27% Feb. 11
4
Apr. 20
May
3
Apr. 19

28

9% July
9% July
100
July

40

1

x§'59x
Stock purchase warrants..
133,550 Midland United Co com....*
36,100
Convertible preferred....*
5,340 Midland Util t% pr lien..100

7,450
1,230

Mar. 11

June

12
9

V.

Jan. 22
Mar.
8

45

40

21

37

...»

Prior preferred..^

240 Metrop

*

-

'

25

8% July 20
8% June 28

100 Mandel Bros Inc
cap

350

Jan.

14

22

a July
July

28

80

37*" "July "24

8%

8%

1

2 107

105

107

11% Sale
43
41%
3%
4%
12
9%
16% Sale
6% Sale

100 McWilUams
Dredging Co.

15,450

34

July 22
July 26

4

Jan.

20% Feb. 10
14
Apr.
3

18

23

18

17

20

June 24

29

6
15
6
19

July
52% July
16
July
19% July

July

11

11

14

23

July
6
52% July
8
16
July
6
18
July 26

June 15

52
46

18

14

July
11% July
15
July
9% July
9% July

52%
16

Feb. 19
10

Feb.

21% July 23
40
July 31
12% Jan.
9
40% Mar. 4

Jan.
July
July
July

40

23

23

25

18

5% May 22
67
June
5
23% July
7
70
July 12
19
Feb.
8
5% May 26
10% Jan.
2
38
Feb.
3
50% Feb. 26
42% Mar. 15
12% July 14
29% Jan. 28

41
July 23
37% July 21
12% July 14
21% July
9

July 27
1
10% July
14
July 14
8% July 20
8% July 16

17% Jan.
41

12

Mar. 31

July 27
9% May 18

12
7
8
8

3

2

1

Lincoln Printing Go com ...*

360

37% Sale
8% Sale

•

2»740 Lawbeck Corp 0% cum pfdlOO

2,350

11% Sale
105

103

,

5

25,100 fKerlyn Oil Co common A..5
on

16%
109%
83%
85
i5%

.....

20
23

6% Preferred

3.450
3,550
1,650
9.750

8

June 18
June 15

2

23%
24%
21% Sale

o8il91 Kellogg Switchboard com..I®

20

22% Jan.

28

Jan.

Kalamasoo Store—

Afi 9AO
Capitftl
55.25U Kats Drug *tOCk
Co com

10,300
7,561

June 30

July
8
20% June 30

July
5% July

1

52%
15%

"3%

18
35

13

14

8% Sale
8%
9%
24
26%

21

13

June

7
1
28

July
July
July
18% July
11

18
11%
13%

12

12

23% July
70
July
15
July
5% July
5% July

40
34

35%
11%
20

19%

11% Jan.
90

32% Jan.

July

37

18% Sale

14%

26

57

14

4%

24"" Sale

*
•

-.

....

1,900
1,650

12%

46

22% July
68
July
14% July
5% July
3% July

a7,*
Sale

11

—-*

130

250

J

July 29
10
July 14
20% July 12
35
July
8
21% July 23
40
July 31
7% July 17
35
July 31

12% July 26
z4% July

20%
37

35

5% May 15
July 26
May 19
24
May
1
8% July
6
77

<64 May

Common (old)—.—....10
18,850 Illinois Brick Co
2f

20

MOO
8,300

19
35

4

40
Sale

38

40

July 26

July 29
8% July
6
18% July
35
July
8
20% July
2
34
July
2
7
July
2
31
July
2

10

35

1

(new)

26

14%
5%

Sale

4

30

77

1,100

1,100
190

*

26

63

13%
15
5% Sale

Sale

7% July 19

20

21%

Sale
68

63

Houdallle-Hershey—

20

6% July 29
-July 26

~5o"
15 %

Highest
Sale Prices

77

21% Sale
39% Sale

31%

...

100

,

22
Sale

30

Lowest
Sale Prices

30

24%
9%

Highest
Sale Prices

46"" July *17

35%

34%
7% Sale

Fits Simons Be Connell Dock

300

6% Sale
86%

26
8%
10%
18% Sale

33

Lowest
Sale Prices

Ask

25

25

11,900 Elgin Nat Watch Co
15
10
Empire Gas & Fuel 8% pf-100
20
7% preferred
......100

20

7
90
-XX-

20
23

July 31

Ask Bid

Bid

Decker

8,850

800
10

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Price

Since

•

lv.

CHICAGO

56
AGGREGATE

SALES

CHICAGO

PRICES IN JULY
_

July,
Shares
410

Price

.

450

1,000

""*560
100

2,140
510
100
.

Jan. 2

STOCKS

1,150
1,250
1,590

1937

*
2,760 Perfect Circle /The) Co
5
21,850 Pictorial Pap Pkg com
1
73,100 Pine* Wlnterfront com
1
17,750 Potter Co (The) com
*
65,650 Prima Co common—„
7,300 Process Corporation com...*
10,750 Pub Sort of Nor 111 com.....*
Common
..........—60
2,100
t% preferred
1W
2,870
7% preferred........—1A0
1,990
16,035 Quaker Oats Co com........*
Preferred
w®
1,890
10
4,100 Rath Packing Co com
41,800 Raytheon M« Co com ytc 50c

33

28,600

25,990
190

30

4,750
6,100
21,150
6,800
16,200
3,850
12,400
1,710
27,750

1,900
2,000
400

A,650
200
950
•190

3,100
60
170
320

70
3,400
4,650

3,100

1,140
61,120
37,800
3,400
11,950
20,550

60

Sale

22

21„

Sale
Sale

1%
18

5

5%
2%

1%
15%

Sale

109

10834

23 H

"2%
25

30

2734

Sears Roebuck Ac Co com. ...*

82

Serrick Corp cl B com
1
Sltfnode Steel Strap Co pf.30

29** '32H

Sale
25% 30

2%
2834

36
Sale
2434
2534

Stein 9c Co (A)

common.....*

Storkllne Fur com

10

....

Sunstrand Mach Tool com. .5

Rights...................
.——25
68,850 Swift Ac Co etk
15
43,700 8wlft Intexnadonal

6,050
3,750

.

.

1,650
7,300
13,300
1,550
3,400

25
17,900 Thompson (J R) com
2
11,300 Trane Co (The) common
196,060 Utah Radio Products com..*
48,250 Utility 9c Ind Corp com..... 5
Convertible preferred
.7
55,350
200 Utility Power & Light cl A.l

"""55

1,610 Viking Pump Co common...*

...

80

630

19,660

3,600
4,600
300

Wahl Co com..............*

41,330 Walgreen Co com........—i*
1,000 Ward (Montgom) Ac Co cl A.*
7 i960 Wieboldt Stores Inccom....*
Cum prior preferred..
170
._*

1,100

11,960

95,050
2
39,050 Woodall Indust com
13,600 Yellow Cab Co Inc (Chic)..*
74,650 Zenith Radio Corp com.... *

No par value,

dividend,

Williams Oil-O-Matlc com..
Wisconsin Bankshares-r
Common —.—...—*

3,400
2,750
2,850
11,700
*

Preferred.....———•

c

5!
3

36 34

83

Sale

20 H
88

Sale

July 30

July 15
July 12
July
8

11
31
31

30

23 H

2234

33
23 34

31
32
22

21% Sale
5

-5*-;*6H
105
93

85

Sale

434 Sale
18

6

.

20

Sale

25!
31

32

12

Sale

2534

2% Sale
5
Sale
4H
6

90
72

22%
5%
2%
24

109%
26%
30

13
6
19
14
13
29
7
8
23
17
29

July 10

7% July 19
July
1
July 20
% July
1
2% July
2

24

WV
90%

Sale
Sale

76

1734
17%
4% Sale
19

Sale

9% Sale
21M

20

"23 34 Sale'

95

July
6
90
July
1
72
July
1
1734 July
2
4% July
1
19
July
1
9
July 21
20% July
6

99%
91%
76%
19

1834
4%
19%
9%
2034

10

20%
24%
3234

23
July
3034 July

8
8%
22%
24
3% Sale
% Sale
3 % Sale

5 34
38 %

2
Sale
25 34 Sale
136 34 138

41

7%

7%

8%

13 34 Sale
Sale

10

25 34

14

34 % Sale

3934 July 27

3%
Sale

143

2
July
2534 July
137
July

32 % Sale

20%
91 % Sale
8% Sale

W

Q

10

Sale

37

Sale

734
334
53a
334
434

June 12

Jan. 11
Mar, 16
Feb.
1
Feb.
3
Jan. 20
Jan. 18

17
$ June 25
70
June

9934 Jan.

12

99

12
12
12

June 11

114

Apr.; 20 122

109
121
18
4

Apr. 23

June 28

May 20
Jan.
5

1% June 17

1534 July 30
108
15

Jan. 12 111
Apr. 20
Feb. 11 3434 May 10

Sale

14%

25

Mar. 24
Jan.

21

234 July 29
Feb. 11

30

8734 Mar.

5

May 21

42

June 2J

2834 Feb. 15

81.. May 18

"188

June 18

2834 June 14
2
1634 Jan.
22
Apr,
9

,24

17
21
7
30
23
21
15
7
13
31
9
29

Apr, 12
Mar. 11

95

1434 Mar. 31
35
40
26

Mar.

90

72

June. 16
July
1

Mar.
2734 Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

95

2
15% Jan.
Apr.
2
17% May 25
9

May
Jan.

6

9
8

2
2.
6

7
28

July 15

July 21

20

3

Apr. 22

5
1934 Jan.
5
7
May 22
95
July
6 107

June 11

Mar.
Mar.

8
8

July 28
39% July 20

July 31
2834 Mar. 8
333a Mar. 31

734 July 19
1934 June 25

20

July 31
22% June 14
June 14
30

1534 Mar. 4
2634 July 20
434 Apr,
9
2
Jan. 25
634 Feb.
4

234 Feb. 26
34 June 19
234 June 17
1034 Jan. 14
20
Juy 28
39
Jan. 15
2
525

June 15
June 24

13534 June

2034 Feb. 19
91
July
8

"93" "July "16
834 July 19

6

834 July

634 May 18

7
1034 July 12
17
July
8
3834 July 16

June 14

934 June 14
1334 July 19
June 17

30

Jan.

11

14

2434 Feb. 23
40
Jan. 26
5

Jan.

4934 Feb.

2 156

8

734 July 29
9% July 20
1334 July ,19
3234 July
1

,

73a Feb.
.1
334 Feb. 11
3634 Jan,
8

19

4
1
July 26
1
29M July 13
6 140,
July 26

July*

12534 Jan. 18
150
Jan. 20
37% Mar. 12

234 July 29

7% July 10

91

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

10934 June 26 120

c34

20

93

8 34 Sale

_20" "July "28

3%
28

*40

20

16"" lOM "OH

3

40

4 34
3734

1934

26 a

22

"l§~" "2234

Sale"

% July 31

n

23%

834
9%
20% Sale
334 „334
% Sale
2% Sale

23
40

145

4%
21%

32

3934

8% July
2634 July
3% July
1
July
4
July

5% July 17

30 % Sale

22!
39!

21H

131

1
1

July
July
July
July
22
July
21M Juiy

.Sale
35

89

99

1134 Sale
25

118
115.

2
1
1
1
23
6
13
14

88

12*"; Sale"

31

83 34
15 H

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

37% July
25% July
95
July
13 %July
31
July
36
July
23
July
24% July
534 July
99
July
91
July
76
July
1934 July
5
July
21% Jply
1034 July
21% July
% July
25
July
3234 July

Juiy
2034 July

Sale

1134 Sale

—

115

July
July
July
July,
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

36

2934

28

35

June 17

8

Sale Prices

May 28

2

73

Sale"

50

550
700

6

15

70

25 %

16 34 Sale

St Louis Nat Stockyards cap *
Standard Dredge cony pref.*
Common
——.——*

July 15
July
July
July

Highest.

Sale Prices
30
May 14

74
•

7034

Common

Lowest

80

11334 11434 10934
11434 11834 114
109 %
11234 Sale
13434 127%
129

(new)—

Slryer Steel Castings com—*
South Bend Lathe Wks cap 5
560 Sou Colo Power A common. 25
1,080 Southw G&E Co 7% pref.liO
2,060 Southwestern Lt 8c Pow pfd. *

34%.
5% July
8
5%
3%
2% July
1
3
July 30
3%
1% July
2 ; 2%
1% July
6
2%
72
July
1 82

3
3%
1%

J™
79

Co—.—*
*

Common

34

J*

Schwltzer Cummins capital. 1

Sanftamo Electric

Highest
Sale Prices

6

6% preferred y tc_.
5
Reliance Mfft Co Common. 10
Preferred.
......—100

23,370 Rollins Hos Mills cony prof.*
Common.................1
13,850
110 Ross Gear & Tool com......*

8,240
13,850

Ask

Bid

50

Lowest
Sale Prices
33
July
8

July 31

July 1

Par

Shares

1,100
10,350
1,550
5.850

RANGE SINCE JAN. I

__

STOCK BXOHAKOE
Since
Jan. 1

In

EXCHANGE

STOCK

Feb.

20

8
15

2634 Mar. 10
93

June

4

1234 Feb.

1

12

Mar. 6
153< Feb. 19
;

2734 Jan. 14
4034 Feb. 17

t Formerly the A. & K. Petroleum Co.; change in title approved by stockholders April 13, 1937.
a New stock,
e 60% stock dividend paid Aug. 15, 1936.
x Ex-dividend,
y Ex-rights.

b Ex stock

Stock split-up on a two-for-one basis,

don therefore remained at a sufficiently high level to make

(Continued from, page 18)

it

relatively

remunerative

British

for

hanks

to

increase

"Accompanying the further realignment of French ex¬ their New York balances against sales of forward dollars
change, the government undertook a series of measures pur¬ to commercial customers.
Luring the past two years at
suant to its decree powers to meet the strained financial
least, forward operations in the dollar-sterling market
position of the Treasury.
Its overdraft facilities with the undertaken at the initiative of commercial concerns and
Bank of France were increased toy 15,000,000,000 francs;
others, and the resulting flow of bank balances between
provision was made for revaluation of the gold reserves of New York and London, have been a growingly important
the Bank of France, which were revalued to conform to the
influence in narrowing the range of movement in the
lower limit of franc devaluation previously in effect, and foliar-sterling rate.
>
for setting aside the franc proceeds of such revaluation in
"With the advance in sterling, the Netherlands monetary
a special fund to support the rente market; finally, steps
authorities reduced their buying price for dollars on sev¬
were taken to increase Treasury revenues and to reduce
eral occasions during July, and the guilder quotation in
this market advanced from $0.5491 at the end of June to
extraordinary outlays.
* >
"The sterling-dollar rate, after fluctuating within an ex¬
$0.5529% on July 22. The' rate thereafter reacted slightly,
ceedingly narrow range in May and June, showed a further however, closing at $0.5515 on the 29th.
The Swiss franc
advance during the past month, thus resuming the upward also showed a small net advance during the month, while
movement which 'had 'been evident in April.
In the latter the Belgian monetary unit held close to its estimated gold
part of July sterling was quoted in this market in the shipping point from Antwerp to New York."
neighborhood of from $4.97 to $4.98 as compared with
Change's in the gold holdings of the Bank of England
$4.93% at the end of June, and With $4.88% early in April.
during July were as follows:
For the week ended July 7
The past month's rise was ascribable in considerable part
a, decrease of £25,687; for the week ended July 14 an in¬
to the utilization by Japanese banks of a substantial por¬
crease of £59,89(2; for the week ended July 21 an increase
tion of the dollar proceeds of gold shipments from Japan
of £24,983, and for the week ended July 28 an increase
to this country to purchase sterling exchange.
of £136,759.
I" addition,
V"
u
unconfirmed market rumors to the effect that conversations
Details of the gold movement to and from the Port of
were taking place between the United States and French
New York were outlined as follows in the "Monthly Refiscal authorities looking towards an interchange of in¬
view" of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York for Aug, 1:
formation regarding the ownership of assets by their respec¬
"During June the movement of gold to the United States
tive nationals in the other's market may have induced small
continued in moderately large volume, although substan¬
.

transfers of French funds from New York to London.

The

demand

was

for /sterling arising from these two

sources

chiefly responsible for the upward movement in the rate.
"This movement led, in turn, to private purchases of dol¬
lars against sterling in anticipation of future commercial
requirements. Owing to the comparative narrowness of the
fluctuations in the dollar-sterling relationship over the past
two or three years, commercial concerns having dollar re¬
quirements to cover against sterling customarily time their
purchases of dollars to coincide with periods of temporary
firmness in the pound.
Moreover J commercial requirements
for dollars to pay for autumn exports from the United
States appear to be considerably heavier than in other
recent years.
For these reasons an upward rate movement
In sterling of about 1%. during July led to a substantially
increased anticipatory commercial demand for dollar ex¬
change.
This demaiid operated principally through the for¬
•

ward market,

and the premium on forward dollars in Lon¬




tially less than in the previous month.
Imports affecting
gold stock totaled $116,200,000, of which $49,400,000 from England, $6,700,000 from Canada, $5,500,000
from
India, $3,100,000 from Holland, $2,300,000 frpm
France, and $1,200,000 from Switzerland arrived at New
York, and on the West Coast $44,600,000 was received from
Japan, $3,200,000 from Australia,
and $200,000 from
the monetary

Hongkong.
"These imports,

together with approximately $1,500,000

of gold released from

receipts

from

other

foreign account earmarkings and net
sources,

resulted

in

an

increase

of

about $140,000,000 in the monetary gold stock of this coun¬
try during the month.
The Treasury's daily statement of
July 27 showed $1,201,400,000 of Inactive gold' 'held in the
general fund."

Canadian exchange during the month ranged from a dis¬
count of

7/32% to

a

premium of 1/64%.

(Continued

on

page

57)

Baltimore Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

.y

RANGE OF PRICES ON BALTIMORE STOCK EXCHANGE

AQQRBOATB SALES

1936

40,083
521,420

.Shares.

Jan. 1 to July 31..

110,341
448,428

Since
Jan. 1

July

Bond Sales

Jan. 1 to

July 31

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN JULY

BONDS

July I

1937
Ask

July 31

Ask Bid

Bid

Lowest

Ask

Lowest

Sale Prices

"i",666
*103,500

3.300
1.000
10.000
900,000

221.900
B 5s...
40.500
...........1975
6,000 Georgia Marble 6s flat...1950

17.000

Sale Prices

10334 June

8 10334 June

8

110

" July

119

8 119

"July"

8

Apr. 16

113

Mar. 22

116
115

700 4a Annex Improvement. 1951
2,000 City 4s 3d Sewer Set (cpn) '59
1,500 4a Sewerage Impt
1961
1,500 City 4a Dock Impt....#L19il
Paving Loan
1951
3%* New Sewerage Imp.. 1980
Bait Co 3d school 4«a_. .1940
Atlantic Coast Line 5% ctfs..
Bait Transit Co 4s flat..1975
A 5s flat..............1975

Highest

Sale Prices

Highest

Sale Prices

May 12 116

May 12

Feb.

11334 May

lUXJuly **26 11434

asx
45 K
102 3

3934

2734 Sale

47

32

Sale

10434 July "26
2734 July
1
3134 July
2

Sale

30

am Sale

July" 26

16134 July

26

3034 July 23
3534 July 22

11

July

8

108

10834
10434
2734
3134

Jan. 15 10834
July 26 106 k
July
1
4134
July
2 48

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

15
14
8

Jan.

6

Mar. 17
May
3
7234 Feb. 11

June 29 104
93
Jan. 13

92

95

Jan.

...

99

6734 June

Ga Southern 8c Fla 5s... 1945

4 119
6 119

Feb. 15
Jan. 28 115
Feb. 16 11434 July 26

114

300 4a

143,500

1

Price

.

2,706

$316,400
1,797,600

$268,660
1,357,360

Jan. 2

BALTIMORE CITY BONDS— Bid
$
3,000 *%• Public
__1940

1,000

1936

1937

July....

^BALTIMORE

STOCK EXCHANGE
In

*

1937

Stock Sales

July....

3

Interstate Bond Co coll tr

5,000
5% series BBB—._—1944-51
1,000 Knoxville Traction 1st 5s 1938
27,000 Read Drug ft Chena 5 4s. 1945

1,000
7,000
Shares

STOCKS.
Par
52,211 Arundel Corporation
*
3,297 Atlantic Coast L (Conn)...5®
8,923 Bait Transit Co com v t c—„*
11,618
1st Preferred ▼ t c..._.
*

—

101K

I—..10134

—

Shares

3,678

.'■■■■

375
648
839

5,040 Black gc Decker common....*
11,232 Consol Gas KLA Power....*
2,498
6% preferred
It®

1,517
267

1,338

17,129
11,556
4,799
3,786
1,586
290

910
440

151

115
45

122

420

9,433
16

Sale

20K Sale
51

Sale

Sale

21

Sale

52

2%

~~4% Sale

8

87
115

20

22

51

54

July 26
July
1
1% July 30
4
July
1

54%

4% Sale

July 28
July 22
8

1 % July

5K Ju,ly 24

1
Preferred..'..............l
Fidelity Ac Deposit........20
Fidelity ge Guar Fire Corp. 10

45% Sale

...

45H

123
44H 46
12X 12 X

663 Mfrs Finance

708

""204
30

4,987
13
400
276

common v

130

38

13

64

June 25

5

Apr.

2

112

59 National Marine Bank

30

50,038

New Amsterdam Casualty. 2
489 Northern Central Ry......50

Sale

13

July 21

25

July 21

3K
20 X

Sale

21X Sale

23% Sale

42 K

......

45

52
95

90

21K Jniy

"9 " Sale

""%

Tx

26 K
5

72

273
53
74

3K Sale

13 % Sale

13 K
99

—-

28

50K Jan;

8

28

48

Jan.

6

Apr.
3
18 136
8 48 % Jan. 22
13 K Mar. 11
4
9
15 13 K Feb.

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

June

1

July

14

"78"

July

1
7

26 K July

6
July
7
14 % July
9
100
July
1
% July
78
July 26
45

132

.......

15
19
5

Apr. 22
July 17

13

41
27

Jan.

25 K July 21

4K Feb.
3
70
Jan. 22

82

Mar.

45

June 28

29

July 30

Jan.
13 % July
97
Apr.
May

44

i'

K Jan. 27
7K Apr. 27

18K Feb.
104

Feb.

4

2
9

Feb.

Sale

75

95

9

Feb.

10

15

17%

16

July

2

16

July 27

.....

73
108
101
15
15

June

Jan.
Feb.

1,8 K Feb. 16
18

Feb.

42

74

-----

-

5,550

Jan. 22
Feb. 24

Mar. 13
Jan, 21

June

45

21
34

June

29K Jan.

Apr. 24
16

Apr.

37

May

111K Mar. 17

Mar;

103 K Mar.

""

;

Feb. 15
Feb. 25

Apr. 21

Mar.
July

9

15

75" July "21

July
13K July
99
July
X July
74
July

Sale

% Sale

22

Feb.

IK July

33

45

98 K

3K May 11

38
Jan.
89 K Jan.
Jan.
7 115

Jan;
55
Jan.
19 K Apr .
42 % Jan.

% July 10
9K July 23

74"" July"~6
44

TlX

1

July 30
25% July 21

29

25% Sale

42

16K Sale

23 % July

30
25
11
14

3 % July
3 K July 28
3K July 28
3
Jan.
3 % July
3
1
Jiily 28
280
May
July 17 275
July 17 280

Sale

33

2SX
"

July
1
July 30

1

Sale

"3% Sale'

July "Is

9

9% Sale
IK Sale

IK—-•

1

25
3

90

%
12 X Sale

m%

204 Phillips Packing Co., pref.100
367 Seaboard Comm'l com A... 10
Class B. ............^...10
10
Preferred
..........25
70
74,559 US Fidelity 5c Guar
2
20
1,539 Western National Bank

13

12 K

25

26,470 Owings Mills Distillery ....1
1.507 Penna Water Se Power com.. *
Preferred

July 28
July 17

120 % July
38 K July

40

t.__*

4,372 March ge Miners Transp....*
5,733 Monon W Penn PS 1% nref 25
1,338 Mt Vern-Wood) Mills Conk 100
Preferred.^^^^,..^...... 100
3,034

25

6 30K
2 38 K
1 130
8 39

July
June
May
June

July
9
21% June
34K June
July
9
July 15 119 X June
38 K July
July 26
12 K Jan.
July
1
12 K Jan.
July 17

34 % July

127 % Sale

......

1,915
1st preferred.......... .25
Second preferred........ 25
1,248
17,120 Mar Tex Oil................^,1
Common class A:..........
121,446
28 Mercantile Trust Co.......50

541

25 K July

-----

120k Saio"

23 % Apr. 22
54
Mar. 4
3
Jan. 11
9
Jan. 20

Jan.
Jan.

IK
3X
3K
24K

25

21K

>---«

122

Finance Co of Am class A...*
Class B_.

Sale
Sale

26
26 " Sale" ~27% Sale"
July"! 28% July 9
75 X Sale
66 % July
66 % Sale
1 77
July 26
113 K 113
113
Sale 113
July
1 113
July

18
46

13

Eastern Sugar Assoc com

7 Ga Sou & Fla Ry 1st pref..l00
2,824 Guilford Realty com.......*
306
Preferred...........,..100
67,703 Houston OU preferred....100
124 Humphrey Mfg Co com.....*
25
Preferred. ...........i..25

5,725

227
250

18
46

100 Benesch & Sons Co Inc.....*

"""570

-

July 23 "§5"" July "23
July
8 10234 July 29

95

100 K

9
Apr. 14 9934 June
95
July 23
July 23
10034 Jan. 25 10234 July 29
99
95

28
35 %

Sale

22K Sale
34 %
34

22% Sale
35

Sale

22% July
34
July

1
8

24K

July""7

35

July

1

Jan.

1

10

5

No par value.

{Continued from page 56)

The French monetary situation continued strained during

July.

On June 30 the government

was

granted by Parlia¬

ment dictatorial powers to govern until Aug. 31 by decrees
in order to meet the trying monetary situation.
On July 1 a decree was issued revising the contract be¬
tween the French Government and the Bank of France and

providing fQr advances additional to those fixed under the
previous contract, not to exceed 15,000,000,000 francs.
On July 6 the Bank of France lowered its rediscount rate
from 6% to 5%.
The 6% rate had been in effect only since
June 14, when it was increased from 4%.
On July 6 Premier Chautemps and Finance Minister Bon¬
decided to add 20% to all income taxes payable in
France* in addition to other new levies on railway fares,
postal and telegraph rates, sugar, and tobacco.
The franc fluctuated widely during the month and on
net

July 22 moved to new lows in terms of sterling and the
dollar.

The

London check rate on Paris




was quoted at 135

to the

pound, while in Ngw York the rate touched
both quotations representing an 11-year low.
On July 21 an agreement was signed between the French
Government and the Bank of France whereby the bank's
francs

CONTINENTAL AND OTHER FOREIGN EXCHANGE

•

3.71 ^4c.,

gold stock was revalued on the basis of 43 milligrams of
gold to the franc, equivalent to 112 francs to the pound.
As a> result of this agreement a special fund for the support
of

rentes

serves

set

was

available from

up,

consisting

6,000,000,000 francs
of the gold re¬

of

the "revalorization profit"

of the Bank of France.

The

Bank's gold reserves

had been carried since the devaluation of
49 milligrams

to the franc.

Oct.

1, 1936, at

^

On July 20 the Cabinet approved a series of. drastic

de¬

slashing expenditures and designed to effect econo¬
mies.
On the same date M. Emile Labeyrie resigned as

crees

Governor of the Bank of France and was succeeded

by M.

Yice-Governor of the Bank of France.
In the final week of July French authorities became more

Pierre Fournier,
active in
^

supporting the currency in the foreign exchange
-

(Continued

on

page

63)

RANGE OF PRICES ON BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGE
1937

Stock Sales
Jan. 1 to

July 31

AGGREGATE

July

Jan. 1

-

150

|BONDS

4,800
1,214
210

6,313
110
595

1,369
390
35
145

2,403

239

375
3,260

"2",675
"""524
415

573
1,171
446
100

179
149
200
100

2,378
1,455
105

35
522

976
15

300

1,130
10
922

161
280

176

2,373
100

883

8,050

"8.511
"

1,463
39
855

12,192

"""635

4,352

511 Boston ft Providence

13,774 Gillette Safety Razor Co
1,835 Hathaway Bakeries cl A

45

215
61
"

2,295
425

1.098
4,122
368

37,225
75

443

240
No par

Sale

*

58,249
1,208
20,496
6.266
19.907
4,492
5,673
43,556
7,822
51,606

(ale Royal

Copper

26

i-oew's Theatres

35

Maine Central...

100

Preferred.... ..........100
Mass Utii Associates

*

v t c

680

Preferred.

......100

14,297 N YNHfc Hartford
380,609 North Butte..
342 Northern RR (N H)
22,465 Cld Colony

50
25

Mach..IS

Preferred...
.....25
Utah Apex Mining
.....5
Utah Metal ft Tunnel.
..1

...




2
14

164*
108

128*
60*
25*
6

80

July 29
July 31

87

July
9
July 15

93* July 28

9*

17
18

16

103* Jan.
76
July
82
July
95* May
93* July

51c

28 104
29 89
31 95
17 101
28 101

Jan. 28
Feb. 23
Jan.
4
Jan.
7
Jan.
7

13*

4?*
14
Sale

8*

134

1

17*
Sale

Sale

2*

48*

2*
40

10*
4*
7*

"Is""
135*
21*

3

11*
14* Sale
3*
4*
37* 40
1*
*
75c
60c

5

"3*

19

14*
18*

10
11*
37*
38*
3* Sale
56

%

140
10
91

2*
12* Sale
14* Sale
3
5*
40

*

Sale
14
Sale

til*

17

19* 21
53* Sale
3
3*

35c
Sale

Sale

Sale

41

JA

42

40* Sale

18

25c

38c

43

44*

8

Sale

*
*
3* Sale
118

Sale

10

"85"
4*
Sale

17 *

July
July
July
July

5

12* July

16

137

110
19

55c
27

Sale

36

Sale

30

10* Jan.
14* Jan.
Feb.

Jan.

10

May
40c
June
4* June

Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
Jan.

Jan.

Jan.

40

8

1

22

40
1

14

70c

16

25*

July
July
50c
July
25* July
3* July
15
July
19
July
53
July
3
July
25c
July
41
July
7* July

1

4

16 318
9

20

2

57
3*

2

25c

2

44*
8*

29

15

3* July 23

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

4* July

85

115

July

1 121

80
4

July
July
July

8

5
18
4
Jan.
7
Jan.
2
Jan.
4
Jan.
9
Jan.
2
Mar. 4
Mar. 11

June

May
May
1* Jan.

May 3
May 10

June
June

Jan. 22
Feb.
1
Jan. 11
Jan.
2
Jan. 15

4*
1*

4*
,

1*

110
20
21

55c

70c
29* 30*
36* Sale

June

June

35

Apr.
June

22

16

222

Jan.

14

30
21
7

36

2

May
10* Jan.

8
25

2*

Sale
25*

3*

14*
29* Sale
3* Sale
50
56
98
Sale
14

7

34c

27

35c
27*

89* Sale
41*
42>
1*
n
1* Sale
1*
2
7
7*
131

16*
10*

—

17
11
35

Sale

23*
25
2* Sale
12* Sale
19* Sale
1*
2
50
54*

40c

Sale
45c

Mar. 29
Jan. 18
Mar. 10
Feb.
9

2* May
Mar.

41

July
3* July
* Jan.
3* July
6
*53* Feb.
6 114* June

Apr.
Mar.
Mar.
Feb.

20

Mar.

10

1

Feb.

Feb.

80

July
5* July
1* July

June

Jan.

July
16* July
50c
July
27* July
35* July

20* July

68c

19

July
55c
July
31* July
40* July

8
8
1

26
8

Jan.

June

18

July
16* July
50c
July
25

31* Sale
87
Sale
38* 39*

7

23*
2*
12*
19*
1*

39
35c

36
36c

45c

31* Sale
87

40*

Sale

41*

50

July
July
July 27
July
1
July
1
July
8
July
6

July
1
July 22
30* July 17
85* July 17
39* July
2

2*
13*
25*
1*

Jan.
Jan.

50

Name changed to Boston Edison Oo.

...

Jan.

30c

9

12

25
20
9
19
18

May 21
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.

11
10
29
25
Feb. 23

Jan.

25* Feb.
84

17
11
11

Apr. 14

93* Feb.
34* June

Mar.

36* Apr.
1* Jan.

7

1Jan,

23

June

1* Apr.
7* Jan.

July
July
July
July
July
July

Feb.
June
June
July

50

39* July
41c
July
32* July
88
July
41* July

2
2
2*
2* Sale
July 28
2*
1*
1*
2
1* • 1*
1* July 13
6*
6*
7
7*
127
131
129
125
134
July 23 129
14
11*
12
13
Sale
11* July 28
9*
7 * July
7*
7*
8*
9
2
38
36*
35* Sale
35* July
1

Apr.

2*
12*
17*
1*

18

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.

34* June

23

July
July
July
Juiy
July
July

16
16
15
4
26
11
8
31

May 24

June

6* Apr.

8* July
24

20

Mar.
Mar.
Mar. 17
Jan.
8

3* June
108

18

7* Sale
23*
2*
3
13
13*
24* Sale
1*
2*
50
52*
Sale

19

Mar. 29

Jan.

5c

14
4
5

Jan.

Mar.

26

8

Mar.
Jan.

May
Apr.

20

83

July

10
14
4

22

20

18
19

Mar.

39* June

7
3* July
12* July 24
15* July 21

2* July
11
July
14
July

11
15
19

Jan.

127* June :
19

12
12

Mar.

June :

16

4

Jan. 13
Feb.
6
Feb. 10

55* June

July
July

25
23
8
8
30

5
30
8
Mar. 27
Mar. 0

35* June
2
May
39* July
10
July
5
Apr. :
8
July :
46
July

15

80

19""

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

11* Apr.
1
Apr.

21* July
43* July

8

6
Mar. 23

13* July

8

4

Jan.

130
May
3* May

6* July
63
July
48* July
2* July
41
July
11
July
5* July
8* July
48
July

35*

10

"3*

25*
3* Sale

15*

8* Sale
*

4*

1*
70c

55c

22

3*
42

ex

26
Sale

58
25c

53

13*
139*
4*
15*

8
2

Mar.

101
15c

2

•

2*

July
July
July
July

20
15
4

Feb.
Jan.

Jan.

14

"17"" July"23

1

Jan.
Jan.

14* Feb.

15c

15c

1H
25*
4*
18*

July
12
July
11
July
13* July
10* July
13
July

July
58
July
39
Sale
July
2
July
cA*
Sale
39* July
10
Sale
July
5
July
5*
8
July
8*
46
45
July
16
July
16*
Sale
128* July
19
Sale
July
41
July

6*
6*
61* Sale

43

2

40

2

49

Sale

July
July
159* June
107* May
128* July
60* July :
25* July :
5* Jan.
8* Jan.
5* Jan.
36
Jan.
9* June :
9* Jan.
12
Jan.

July 28

10* July

Jan.
Jan

July

2

14

75c

58

"6*

80c

16

12

Sale

14

July
July
July
172 *July
110
July
130* July
63* July
26* July
6* July
10* July
16

July
July
9* July
13* July
10
July
11
July

11*

5*

1*
13*

1.00
3

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

38
10

13*
133*
3*
3*
4*
Sale
15
13*

75c

36

y

80c

2
Sale

(New)
Union Copper Ld & Min Co 25
Union Twist Drill
5
United Shoe Mach Corp
52

Ex-dividend,

76
82

63z Mar.

9,797 Waldorf System Inc.......*
......*
19,604 Warren Bros
2,018 Warren (S D) ft Co com
x

Highest
Sale Prices

....

Venezuela Holding Corp...
60 Venezuela Mexican Oil CrplO
70 Vermont ft Mass Ry Co...100

value,

Lowest
Sale Prices

Sale

35

ISO

Reece Folding Mach Co
IS
Shawmut Assn T G
Stone ft Webster Inc cap stk.
Suburban Elec Secur com..*
2d preferred............
441
7,931 Torrtngton Co

9,190
22,465
9,246
30,919
3,535
32,345
290,491
2,983

Highest
Sale Prices

"15""

12

15
13

18

Pacific Mills

Reece Button Hole

II*

12
14

Certificates of deposit

Pennsylvania RR...
Rights
Quincy Mining Co

Sale

132

5* Sale
65c
70c
3.50
100 110*
its
22*
24

Old Dominion Co

9*
39*

10* Sale

15

Iff

....

9

12

20*
20*
14*

Nat Service Co

com shs t c
1
National Tunnel ft Mines..*
250 N E Gas & El Assn pref.....*
11,701 New England Tel ft Tel...ISO
100
30 New River Co com

26

9

Mayflower-Old Col Copper. 25
Merfenthaler Linotype
*
Narragansett Rac'g Assn Incl

109
130* Sale
61
60*

108

12

"i3~"

1

290 lnt'1 Button Hole Mach Co. 10

172* Sale

12

50

1

2*
16*

16

*

Oil Co tr ctfs

Sale

2*

Sale

*

.....

85c

"39*

"Io~"

*

3,428
7,924 Helvetia

Lowest

93* July 28

25*
6*
8*
6*
38*

26*

Class B

10

1,416

Sale

130

Preferred........

535

22,465
5,820
5,871
65,453
42,977
1,411
4,541
23,118
27,062
4,043

1,015
2,642
3.097

16
Sale

100

8,008 Brown ft Durrel Co common35
61,029 Calumet ft Hecla
824 Cliff Mining Co
.......25
69,178 Copper Range Co
35
4,715 Bast Boston Co.....
*
5,248 Eastern Gas ft Fuel Assn com
5,246
4*% Cum Prior pref...100
0% Cum preferred.....100
6,332
4,517 East Mass St Ry Co
100
First preferred
1,946
100
Preferred B
1,416
....100
Adjustment
100
3,132
*
9,770 Eastern SS Unas, Inc
Preferred..
440
.......*
897 Economy Grocery 8 tores
*
23,170 Edison Elec Illumination. 100
14,221 Employers* Group Assoc T C*
3.399 General Capital Corp......*
17 General Stockyards Corp pf .*
105 Georgian Inc (The) com
*
A preferred
20
1,471
*
6,770 Gilchrist Co

2,510

"2",580

95c
Sale

*

non-cum

Class G lot pref stampedlOO
1st pref class C
.....100
Class D 1st pref stampedlOO
1st pref class D
.100
Boston Personal Prop Tr
*

282

2,345

78*
Sale

82
95
95

Class B 1st pref stamped 100
Class B 1st preferred...100

57

470

76

82
89*

95
97

100

100
Prior pref .............100
Class A lot prof stampedlOO
1st preferred class A
100

628

131

83*

94
100

Ask

Preferred

743

"""540

77 *

87*

Ask Bid

Bid

Sale Prices

July 31

July 1
Ask

13,247 Boston Elevated
100
11,097 Boston Herald Traveler Corp*
1,683 Boston ft Maine pref stpd.100
Common
3,188
......100

68

21

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

pw

Amer Pneumatic Service

6%

Bid

preferred
50
First preferred
50
Amer Telep ft Tele*
100
299 Bl*elow-8an Carpet pref.lSO
5, £74 Boston ft Albany...
100

110

993
550

1948

STOCKS

9,315
4,785
1,919
59,998

329
25,536
20,976
3,283
6,939
1,086
1,989

"""412

*

1937

Series D 6s

4,500

Shares.

Shares

266,060

—

PRICES IN JULY

$
4,000 Boston Term Co 1st 3*a.l947
243,000 Knit Mass StRR SOfA 4*S 1948
Series B 5«
1948
85,700
Series C 6s
15,200
1948

5,100

July 31

Price

Since

31,666

Jan. 1 to

1936

$64,200
920,600

Jan. 2

In

%

July

616,908
4,047,146

B08TON
STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

1937

$36,260

Bond Sales

1936

362,820
3,997,217

Shares-

July..

Mar.
2
Jan. 21

Apr. 21

128

29

Apr.
11* July
6* Feb.

301

35

9

Jan.

15

Feb. 11
Jan. 15
Feb.
5

RANGE OF PRICES ON
July
Jan. 1 to July

31

.

In

thorn

49

m mm m mm m

50

July 1

1937

900 UlaffeMI Bteel—•
10
Preferred
-—.-.-.--100
3,965 itkiBMi Nat Gu Ootp ,—*
3,651
Preferred.... ...........I*
6,124 &rmtroof Oork Go.........*
69,692
Rights...... .............
12,382 Biewdooi Co
*
*j

1,381

mW

400

3,267

660 Coneol Ice Co common
256
Preferred.... ..........Jt
531 Copperweld Steel...........
725 Crandall McK Ac Hend.. ....*

l",652

10,792

23,132
5,566
14,779
41,153
3,218

1,680
1,292
9,128
353
30

pcef.....ltt

'"**25

787 Penn Federal Corp common..
136
Preferred.——••.*—100

7,700

132,700 Phoenix Oil com.........25c
Preferred... ....i..—....1
22,090
13,935 Pittsburg Brewing
......*
Preferred...
5,488
100 Pittsburgh Coal Co com....*

540
588
100
100

■

25

25

195

5,121
10,996
1,256
26,316
12,876

22

82

1,319

**553

35,105

250
650

Pittsburgh Forging*
..1
Pittsburgh Oil St Gau—...5
Pittsburgh Plate Gteaa—36

Runner Browing

Go....—.

490 Reymer Bros common.....
1,965 Ruud Mfg
.............
116,000 San Toy Mining...........
112,717 8hamtock OU St Gas.......
Preferred-.
4,146
160
16 preferred......
...
176,084
Rights.......
4,130 Standard Steel Spring.....
7,626 United Engine Ac Fdj new
5,316 United States GUass.......
2,070 Vanadium Alloy Steel.....
51,058 Victor Brewing Co........
1,511 Waverly OU A.—.........
16,107 Westlnghouse Air Brake...
3.643 Westghouse El At Mfg......
...

3,000
4,809

.............

""*"16

196

425

Sale"

31
1

1X

.

2

Sate

2% Sale

5%

4%

*93** "V7**
Sate

11% Sale
Sale

2

4%

25%
5c
4c

JX

2

*2§% *23%
12% 13%
26% Sale
85c

4% July 20
11% July
1

5% July

15% July

V

«•

2

37% Sale
Sale

—

—

63% 75
108
Sale

10%

13

10%
2%

a\x

Sale

"60**:::::
107% 108
11% Sale
2%
2%

1*
6c

5c

15c

10c

...—

Sale

34%

4%
36%

18% Sale
2%
13% Sate
12

14%

15

~

Sale

16
86

18%

20% July
13
July
26% July
85c July
42% July
63% July
107
July

3c

1% Sale

IH
4

6%
14

6%
Sale

29% Sale

3c

2c

6%
13
115
23

7

VA

Sale

" Sale

6% Sale

*34
3

95c

Sale
Sale

50
90c
4
.J.—

141%

Me

Mar. 20

18% Jan. 11
23
18
10

July 30
41
July 22
1.00
July 26
46% July 10
64
July 20
110
July
8

Ilk July

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Feb.
Mar.
Feb.
; Jan.
I Apr.

16
3
13
14

Apr.

5

4

2
19
25% June 29
2
85c July
40% June 16

July 30
Jan. 30
Jan.

63% July
104
Apr. 10

26

10

June 15

1% Jan. 13
58% June 30
4
7% Jan.

28
5c
10c

4%
37%

2

122%
13%
15

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

14
21

27
.

7
22
14

27

10
19

28
7c

July
July

Jan. 16
Feb. 15
5
Jan. 11
Mar. 11

I Mar.

June 17
7
Apr, 21
June 10
8c
5
Apr.
7
3% Jan.
2
35
Jan,
5

14
13

10c July 27
4% July 20
37% July 22
12
July 14
53
July 27
24% July 16
2
July 19

28 127% July
1
15% July
14
16
July

21
20
14

1

1% July
1
3% July 12

28% July *21
2

Sale

July
July
2c
July
7% July

4

52
Sale

115

6

19

2i

K3% July

50
90c

July

July 31
55% July
3% Ju ly
51July 26
1
95c
July
6
July 20
45
July 13
155% July 23
34

July
46% July
July
July
July

41% July
141% July

27
2
8
19
17

July
July
Jan.
Feb.
May
June
15
June
90
Jan.
16% Feb.

18 %
1%
114%
12%

July 27

6

Feb.
4
Mar. 12
Feb.
4
Mar. 8
Jan; 29
Jan. 29

9

Apr. 22

14

Mar. 11

17

July

18

23

14

53

June 16
6
Jan.
5
Jan.
6
Apr. 16

4

6
7
16

15% July
2c July
6 % July

12

Jan.

July

May 11
Jan, 30
Jan. 14
Jan. 14
Feb.
2
Feb.
9
July 14

27
5c

.

5

Mar. 9
Jan. 25
Feb. U

20

2% July 14
66% July 30
8% July
7
6
July
6

6

June 17
Jan.
4
Feb.
8
Feb. 26
I Feb.
3
:

"24" "July "21

Il5"" Juiy"l§

~~2c "" 3c

15%

50

1*155

a

126

4**
44
95c

30% July

14

10% July
2
2
July 27
61% July
6
7% July
2
5% July
1

26% July

19%

2c

10% June 17
Mar. 10
5
1% Feb.

"21% July" 13

85

26% Sale
1%

Feb. 16

15% May 24
4% July 20

31% July *21

20%

...—

Jan. 27

1% June 14

1% Apr.

27$

8c

1%

17% June 28

26

6

12

1% July 12
21% Apr. 28

13

22% July " "7

23% Sale

90c 1.00

iiiii

*13%

54% July

3

12
53

13%

2
7

July
July

8% July 26
62% July
2
2% July
25% July 13
21% July
7

8

8%

::::: *95**

12

July 12

4%

32

4

35

July

*50c *"I"*

1

May 26
Feb.
8
Jan. 18
Mar. 12
July
8
Mar. 10
July
7
Jan. 27
Feb. 25

6% June 11
8% May 11

*"!% Juiy""2 "3"" July" 19

11% Sate

7 % Sale
8,

8% July 23
54%
1%
23%
21%

6

*'

__

30% July

4%

Mar*

39% Feb. 13
May 26

25c

W mi

•

1*135

Highest
.

.....

* Sale" "20% *21% "20% "2l"

3,358 Plymouth OU Co. ..........5

3,225

3

Preferred.... ..........100

Pitts Screw At Bolt Corp.... •
Pittsburgh Steel Foundry..*
263
Preferred. ..........—100

726

1,276

16
19

14

Products..........*

Pollantfbea Bros

-—

.....

18

Electric

*59% Sale*

50c
2

Ouquesne Brewtng„.—.6

7,347
2,661

410

2,955

Th 11"''

18

84,209 Lone Star 'Gas.—.--———-*1
44,003 McKinney Manufacturing..*
......5
4.289 Mesta Machine
156,436 Mountain Fuel Supply
55,580 Nat Fireproofing Corp com.*

1,000

996
275
365

2 % Sale

4,275 Koppers Gas Be Coke pref.lM 107

7,746

\

Sale Prices
Sale Pricn
Mar. 4
108 % Jan. 12 Ill

,

.....

3%

..........It
*

Devonian Oil

Port Pittsburgh Brewing...!
Barb-Walker Refrae coos...*
492 Jeannet Glass preferred

731

Highest
Sale Pricn

-

112 Duff-Norton Mfg Go

1*883

Ask

110%

8% Sate
10
10%

18,331 Columbia Gas It Electric...*

ill

Lowest

Lowest
Sale Pricn

July 31

Ask Bid

Ask Bid

Bid

•

215 Byers (A M)————
10 Celorizing preferred....—25
167,482 Carnegie Metele. .......... . 1
155.460
Rights.————
635 Central Ohio Steel Prod....*
14,717 Clark (D L) Candy......
*

22*058

-■

STOCKS

Shorn

69,692
788

$4,000
•

,

Price

BONDS

«
12,000 Pittsburgh Brewing 6s—1949

*

'

Jan. 2

Since
Jan. 1

July

.

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN JULY

PITTSBURGH
STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

I

~ —

•

AGGREGATE

1936

1937

Bond Sales

225,828 July....... jli.--:
1,641,716 Jan* 1 to July 31....$13,000

127,087
1,649,065

Shares

PITTSBURGH STOCK EXCHANGE
1936

1937

Stock Sales

July 19
May 11
June 15
2
July
Jan. 11
Jan,

2

16
18
30
i Feb. 10
June 17

May

Jan. 14
I June 15
i May 13

5

Jan.

28

! Mar*

3

Feb. 13

4

July

May 12,
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

May 27
! Feb.

«

I

Feb. 23

i

Mar.

t

Jan. 22

8

UNLISTED.

20
361
*

445 Lone Star Gas 4%% pref.lOt
...»
6,012 PenntoadCorpvtc ..

No par value

.

%




Ex-dividend.

112

112

3% July

16

4% July

8

111
Feb. 20
Apr, 29 113
3% June 21
5% Mar. 8

;;:■

'*

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

(\;; . v

,

■m?

PHILADELPHIA STOCK EXCHANGE

RANGE OF PRICES ON
'•iV ■V

1937

Stock Sales
Jan. 1 to

:

July 31

1937

$38,700

367,641

July
Jaii. 1 to July 31

286,436
3,194,814

1936

$24,600

Bond Sales

1936

•

211,891
a3,193,458

.......Skates

July

1,046,300

•

'"■AA

■■

v

AGGREGATE

i"

In

*

BONDS

307,500 Elec 9c Peoples tr ctfa 4s_1945
Small Bonds..........—.
1,000
4,000 Pa 3**s w 1
1952
125,000 Peoples Pass tr ctfs 4s—1943
500 Phila Elec (Pa) 1st a f 4s,1966
1st 5s
1966
3,600

25,500

Ask

11**

10

13

Ask
12**

Ask Bid

Bid

11

Sale

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

:

July 31*

July 1

1937
Bid

%

%
'•

Price
Jan. 2

Since
Jan. 1

July

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN JULY

PHILADELPHIA
STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

July

9

■

21

8

12** July

1-

.

"2l" "24**

"16" "19"

"

15

18

"

mm

im

m

mm

'.♦»

a* •* **

*

mm

mm

it* *

*4

m «•>'.

m m mm w mm

!I5** ill**

2,000 Phlla Elec Pow Co 5**«..1972

10
May 18
16** Mar. 29
13** Feb.
4
13** Feb.
4
108** Mar. 29 108** Mar. 25
Mar. 13
18
May 11 21
110
Jan.
4 110
Jan.
4
7
109** Jan. 21 110** Jan.
1
110** Jan.
5 lllk Feb.
•

'

Shares

STOCKS

Shares

1,843

24,439
26,789
4,841

1,312

:■•••

265

American

Baldwin

25
♦

Locomotive...
com.

3,748

""770
3,459

bell Tell Co of Pa prof.. ..100

Budd (E G) Mftf
Preferred

Budd Wheel Co....

69

2,194

44

2,281
320
358

:■<

J

•

3,032

,

2,263
18,385
6,716

""214
""569
r

971

1,230
70

7,116
76,605
3,650
18,674

9,883

vte

Pennsylvania RR._.......50

48

505
931

:

7,752

*

653
•

No par.

'




44"" Sale'
62 M

Sale

94** July

34**

35>* 139
38
.08

39
112

66"" 124"
02

32**
Sale
Sale

2** Sale
3 ** Sale
11**
11**
4 ** Sale
40 A Sale

9** Sale
3 ** Sale
35?* Sale

10**
18**

..50

Reo Motor Car Co...........

.......1
.*

Corp

.

.....

o

27**

11** Sale
3** Sale
37** Sale

6,

12 **
2

32

31

33

6J*

Sale
2H
11**
13
5

20

Sale
Sale

......

3
Sale

33**
** Sale
1% Sale

4% Sale
Sale
43*1 44**
15** Sale
111** Sale
6>*

35** July

4**
5
7**;
8
1** Sale
10**
12

14**

2**

1
2
1

12
July
4** July
40** July

174** July "24 175** July

26
8
7

15
Sale

67**
29 X
**
%

15**
39**

16**
40**

38

32
5
8

1**

I*

Sale
30

A&

a
2*

1

4%
5
4** Sale
36**

36

12

Sale

103

Sale

Sale

Sale

4** Sale
6

Sale

40** Sale
14** Sale
108** Sale

60

62

60

12**

15
10**

11**
9**

12**

12

13
11

14** July
39** July
67**
29**
**
%

6

July
July
July

July
June
June
June
Jan.
July
June

Feb.

13

2 134]

9*4

6

12
July
102** July

"li** July "29
9** July

21
12

67** July "2
32** July 30
H July 15
7
1
July
July
July
July
July
July

8

July
July

13
26

27
26
29

15

Mar. 3
Feb. 11
Jan. 18
Feb. 11

Mar.

4
Feb. 18
Feb. 16
Jan. 21
Jan. 16
Mar. 17

June

Apr.
June
May :

3

Feb.

13

June

Jan.

16

3** June
35** July

Apr.

5

June

Mar. 17
Mar. 11
June
9

164*4 Jan.

Feb. 26

Jan.
June

Feb.

June

Apr. 14
Apr. 13

Feb.

I Feb.

May
July

4** Jan.
12** Apr. 27
Jan. 11

x3S

% Mar. 19
65*4 June 30
29** July
29

June 30

9** Feb. 18
Jan.
2
45** Jan. 14
"32 Mar. 15
6
76** Jan.
5
32** Feb.
1**. May 12
1% Mar.
1
20

7**
8**
46**
10** June 15 17**
102
June 30 114**
60
Apr. 12 66**
14**
9** Apr.
11
9** Feb. 16

4** June 28
4

33

June

13

Jan. 29
i Feb.
3
; Feb.
5

June

Jan.

2

I

June

■

15
July 26

4** July
4*1 July
36** July

18** July
40** July

62

10

6

1
9

Apr.

2

10

32]

69

Includes 647,269 rights.

94**
9**
33**
48**
21**

115** July 13 108
325* July 27
24
33
July 30
8
4**
6** July
8
7**
95* July
1 ** July 21
8
12
9**
July

110** July
31** July
33
July
5
5**
July
8**
7** July
1** July
1%
12
10** July

114** 116

66

9**

87
7f* June 29

8
37** July
57** July 21
23
July 29
120
July 27 110
32
33** July 12
105
July 26 102
9
7**
July
9
13**
16** July
7
1*
2H July 26
3
2*
July
9

3**

32

Sale
-----

40

32 **

31

July'

; 9** July
3 ** July

Mar.
Mar.

3 127** Mar. 12
June 17
14** Jan. 12
Feb.
9 88** Mar. 31
May

*32 Mar.

Sale

_..._...*

Preferred

Ex-dividend.

35

116** July

July
July
110
July
32
July
102
July
8** July
14** July
1** July
2** July

8**
14** Sale
12* Sale
2 ** Sale

9**
18

22

23

32

43

112

9** July

49

£

2%
110**

2,656 Westmoreland, Inc
2,565 Westmoreland Coal
x

114J* Sale

Mar. 17

45

11** July

"7** July"

98** Sale
10** Sale
34** Sale
50** Sale

25

June 26
June 29

31** July
115** July

Mar. 17

37

July
28**
28** 30** 31**
113
July
113** 114** 115** 116
7** July
10** Sale
7** Sale

174" 175" I75" Sale

Salt Dome Oil

:''

June 16
16
26** Feb. 17
8
159** June 29 187** Jan.
Jan. 30
4J* June 28 11
25

31

~7** "8"

10

7
26
12

37

33

116" 117""

24 West Jersey 9c Seashore RR 50

""608

Sale

18** July
172** July
6** July

16** July
165** July
5
July

20

37

160" 165"

.

30,273

5

6

Phlla Elec of Pa $5 pref
Phlla Elec Pow pref

.50
35,232 Union Traction
47,262 United Corp common
._..*
Preferred
5,314
■267,427 United Gas Impt com.......*

2,352
4,276

33

5*|

Penna Salt Manufactur'g.50
Penn Traffic com
2**

1,380 Tacony-Palmyra Bridge....*
47,902 Tonopah-Belmont Devel...
26,864 Tonopah Kilning.....

1,300
1,582

36**
Sale

Rights

Scott Paper new
Rights
893 Sun Oil Co

:,K

59

!

Light.......

Pennroad Corp

11,424 Philadelphia Traction

2,259

615

Nat"I Power &

25
*
740 Phila Insulated Wire
50
12,167 Phlla Rapid Transit
7% preferred
..50
7,960
2,750 Phlla 9c Reading Coal 9c Iron*

2,586
10

20,707 Lehigh Coal Ac Navigation..*
8,492 Lehigh Valley
......50
25
4,955 Mitten Bank Sec Corp
Preferred....
25
40,807

16,715
242,590
76,945
628,495
1,554
13,300
6,076
24,292

36]
123]
12]

*

common

500 Horn 9c Hardart (Phlla) com.*
Horn 9c Hardart (N Y) com..*
Preferred
347
..100

240

A7/*

20
40

9**

Corp.............5
4,512 Curtis Pub Co common.....*
27,446 Electric Storage Battery....*
10
72.074 General Motors
795 Gimbel Bros

'

Co

V 20,846 Chrysler

5,908

9**
Sale

16**
18
171** Sale

17 ** Sale
166** Sale

Ilioo

11,855

"l"914

9**

:::so

Bankers Securities pret. ...50
10
Barber Co

17

153

26

!Iioo 185** Sale

7(,324
2,968
10,861
18,993

1,093

Vs."-:.

Par

Stores

American Tel & Tel

6 Bankers Securities

'

17

June 11

Feb. 11
Jan. 14
Jan. 14
Jan. 16
Jan. 14
4
Jan.
4
Jan.
Feb.

10

:

Stock Sales

July

RANGE OF PRICES ON CLEVELAND STOCK EXCHANGE
'
Bond Sales
,1937 :;
1936
1937
Shares
41,713
^ ^ 53,883 July
396,199
393,924 Jan. 1 to July 31-

1936

—-

Jan. 1 to July 31...

AQOREQATE

SALES

In

July

CLEVELAND
STOCK EXCHANGE

Jan. 1

PRICES IN JULY

Shares
115

Jan. 2

STOCKS

Par.

Shares

610

805

950 Amer Coach & Body—.....*
321 Apex Electric & Mfg
*
571
Preferred..............100

80 Canfield Oil 7% cum pref 100
346

1,627 City Ice Ac Fuel
*
Preferred
1,241
7,141 Clark Controller new
1
1,686 Cleveland Builders Realty..*
19,027 Cleveland Cliffs Iron pref
*

?

:

1,523
182

859 Clev El IU $4.50 cum pref

564

1,886
5,347
1,805
91,097
5,345

1,073
120

I

11,111
•

383

Ask

22

14)4

Bid

34*"

July 31

Ask Bid
20
—w*

26

14)4

rJtf
17

lOH
20

16

10)4
20

11

20)4

16
July
10
July
18)4 July

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

9
2
2

Sale Prices
17
July
7

11)4 July > 9
12

20)4 July

40~

18

Jan.

~20H

17*

ISK

86>|
" Sale
3H
6
86^ 88 ;
110

60
60

87
34

3)4
94
106

111
67
Sale

44)4

Cleveland &: Buffalo Tran..*

X
34 H Sale
30 X
31

18

July

84

June

10

July

1

13

June'

June

9

30

17)4 June 29

1

84

June

32

Jan.

5

3)4 July

7

32

40*

39)4
55

Jan. 26
Feb. 20
July 12
Feb.
6
Jan.
5
Feb. 17
Feb. 18

June 15

1
32
July
July
9
7
4 • < July
4
3)4 July
95
88
1
95
July
July 30
108
1 107)4 July 27
105
July
42
48
July 29
July
44
July 20
July
7
X July
%
July
7
1
Sale
37)4 July
July 12
Sale
52
July 15 55
July 23

32

Sale Prices

June 23

30
96

y

34

*

Highest

Sale Prices
16
July
9
June 29
10

102

Cleveland Rjrs
10f
Certificates of deposit. .100

Cliffs Corporation v t C
•
Commercial Bookbinding-..*

Lowest

Ask

98 H 100

.........

150

July 1

1937
Bid

1,356 Air-Way El Appl let 7% pf 100
4,278 Akron Brass Mfg common...*

"""315

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Price

Since

85

June 25

103)4 June
42
July
44
July
)4 Jan.
32
30

June

1

40)4 Feb. 10
8

Mar.

102)4 Mar.

30 112
29 63)4
20
13)4
12
4)4

1
9

Jan.

8

Jan.

20

Jan. 20
Mar. 24

June 17

50

Mar.

22

54

May 24

Jan.

4

w

26

186 Dow Chemical 5% pref.. .100
2,904 Blec Controller As Mft......*
1,861 Faultless Rubber
.....*

112)4

902

480

910 Federal Knitting Mills _....*

27 M
14

115

,

122

4,059 Foote Burt
125 Fostoria Pressed Steel

79

....*

Sale

113

112)
823

90
27

25

85

8634

25

26

24

29

28

25

27

15

14

15

14

July
July
July
July
July

14 113
13 87)4
19 26 <
8 31
6 16

July 31
July 22
July 28
July 19
July 26

68

Feb.

117
95

24

July

30

27
14

June

112)4 May

June

*

100
1

'

5

229 Goodyear T & R 2d
pref
281 Great Lakes Towing......100

125

"""345

3,668

10
85

Preferred
...........100
Greif Bros Cooperage ......*

5,459 Inter lake SS

.

3,070
910
410

V

250
595
35

3,614

Preferred

185

;

100
347

65

600
776
51

•

13)4

20

16^
60h
33
Sale

11)4 Sale
19)4 Sale

43 H
Sale

8H

Sale

7K

..........100

S M A

Troxel Manufacturing...... 1
Union Metals Mfg Co.......*
..........I

Van Dorn Iron Wka Co com.*
Vlchek Tool
..—......*

70

48

43

Sale

40

8)4

6
85

Drug..........*
..100
100

6)4 Sale
97

5)4 Sale

2)4

a

1)4°
29)4
59)4

3H
55

17

16

26
3

23

24

23)4
6)4

Sale

Sale
18

3334

6)4 Sale
45)4 Sale
5
5)4
41
13

33

Sale

Sale

;

34)4

9

17 H
9)4

8* 13*
3X

3H

17" "19""

22

25

84)4

89

105

112

114""

47

7
49

6)4 Sale
55

Sale

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

24

" July

48)4 July
15

July
62)4 July
33)4 July
25)4 July
13
July
22)4 July
July
20
July
47
July
44
July
.vS* July
78
July

4)4 July
78
July

1

July

10

22

14
14
2
14
15
23
9
14
16
6
24
6

28
27

July 10

6)4 July
July
5)4 July
2)4 July
17
July
1X July
29)4 July
95

33

.

6)4
15

16

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

16)4 July
July
7)4 July
48
July
7
July
59)4 July
15
July

July
July
9)4 July
6
July
11
July
3)4 July
23
July
105
July

6
July
15)4 July
10)4 July
7)4 July
11
July
4
July
26
July
105
July

23)4
6)4
44

5)4
38

34

7

July
July
July
July
July

July
July

34)4

Sale

7
14
6
14
15
July
4
30
July 28
59)4 July 19
10
July 27

6)4
3)4
25)4
1%

57
10

13)4

9)4 Sale
6
6)4
10)4
11
3)4
3H
3
25
25)4

8

96

6

15

24

v

34

,

24
2
8

20
21
20
12

July 29
21
13
7
14
20
14
22
22

1

June 22

11154 June 24

Feb.

54

Feb.

11*
60

26

May 19

30)4 Jan.

46

June 11
50
June 29 104

12
July 12
56H Feb.
1

>

i-

18

6
7
13

Apr. 12

5

73
37

23

May 12

30

Feb.

Jan.

14
27

Jan.

9

13

7
June 15

7)4 June 14
18)4 June 16
41

Apr. 28

40 3s Jan.

6

Mar.

9
Mar. 12

79)4 Apr.

58)4 Mar.

3
Feb.' 1
Mar.
9
Mar. 22
Jan. 18
Mar. 8
Jan.
4

60

7

Jan.

13

22

Jan.

26

May 15

6)4 July 31
95

Jan.

22

8

13
22
8)4 June 14
26)4 Mar. 23
Jan.

4)4 June 30
15
35
30

12)4 Feb. 19
99

Jan.-

5

Feb.
10)4 Mar.
4)4 Feb.
25)4 July
2)4 Feb.
30)4 Feb.
67
Mar.

Feb.

6

10)4 May

7

14)4 June 16

20)4 Mar.

3

23

34

5

4)4 June 22
1)4 Jan.
4
11

Jan.

19

1)4 Apr. 27

29)4 May 21
44

6

June 16

3)4 Jan.

5
44
July 19
5)4 July
6
38
July
2
13)4 July
2
32)4 Feb. 10
6
15

July 21
July 20

8)4 Jan. 23

Feb.

9

19

Jan.

34

May 13

9

Apr. 13

tar. 25
Mar.
1
Feb. 13
4 Jan.
2

July

90

Jan.

5

>

May

4

*

24
9
June 13
3)4 June 30
17)4 Feb,
3

18
1
20
15
24
6

7)4 Mar. 3
57)4 Mar. 8
9)4 Apr.
2
64
Apr. 14

6

01

■

May
Jan.

Jan.

tv

;.v--v

Mar. 25
Apr.
9
Jan.
9

24

Trading suspended.

r




10

June

100

•!

i

8

Feb.

II*

9h

22

14)4

15

15

9)4 Sale

15""

17
24

16

8
12

10)4

16

6)4 Sale
39
17
31

154
29)4
60

10

Warren Ref Ac Chem com....2

a

21

98
Sale

25 H

Jan.

June

22

50

.....

No par value,

22
7)4

"23)4

•

Patterson-Sargent.
Peerless Corp............
3
Rlchman Bros.............*
Selberllng Rubber.........*

673 W RI Corp pref
85 Yougstown S & T pref

23)4
11)4
10)4
7)4

20
7)4

75

...100

15

7,560 Weinberger

Sale

12

June

29)4 Sale

Packer Corp

Upson-Walton

60
32

4)4

74V.!*
20** 24H

Corp common.......!
244 Stouffer Corp A..
*

1,021
2,217
15,694
12,530
4,035
11,667

60

40

Ohio Brass B._.............*
270 Ohio Confection..........-*

Preferred

12

32

61)4
32)4
25)4 Sale

53

99

20

35

.....

........

"12)4 Sale"

July 14
48)4 July 14

43)4

2,316

5,579
20,088
17,058
7,570
4,344
2,066

1,343
1,401

17

Preferred.... ..........100
Nestle LeMur "A"
_•
491 Nineteen Hundred Corp A..*

315

150
4

25
50

V 2,510
;s

4,874

615

19)4
48)4

24

48

933

446

125

26

43
41

............

17,081 National Tile
9,664 National Tool..........

20

1,770
2,219

Preferred

June 25

1

June

24

9)4 Sale

Monarch Machine Tool Co..

327
.

40"" July "9 111)4

28)4

.......

12.064 National^Reflnlng

1,270

9

5l"

19

3,624 Murray Ohio Mfg..........
87

July

56

29)4

1,238 Miller Wholesale Drug......

110

40

47)4

Lima Cord Sole & Heel.....

107

"""32

40"" "48"

Sale

24

...

1,286

21)4 July

53

..............

4,928 McKee (Arthur G) B_.
6,462 Medusa Portland Cement...
7.649 Metropolitan Paving Brick..

7

21X July

% July

1

—

Kelly Island L Ac T

495 McKay Machine

268

750
350
25
40

;

15)4

.......

21

21)4 July

633^
27

Lameon Sessions...........
Leland Electric

22*

Jan.

33

56 H

7,390 Jaeger Machine............
5.406
20,507
6,543
2,845

37)4

iol"" 105"

.............

776
459

30

39

31

Preferred

338 Hanna (M A) $5 pref........
7,279)4 Harbauer..

m

21H Sale

46

526 Halle Brothers......!......
305

102

4
3
8
4
Feb. 23

Mar.

104

May

75 Gen Tire Ac Rubber 6% pflOO
100 General Tire & Rubber....
500
Rights
,

Jan.

Jan.
Feb.

i Jan.
5
4 June 21
July 22
May
5

Detroit Stock Exchange
MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

DETROIT STOCK EXCHANGE

RANGE OF PRICES ON

AGGREGATE

1936

I

277,119

Shares

July

419,320

I Jan. 1 to July 31

In

Since
Jan. 1

STOCKS

1,050
3,350
9,215

Par

460

1,937
601

1,673
4,310

240

1,358
100

925
1,900
485
200

1,050
39,091
157,408
2,943
2,927
6,965
12,237
27,738
3,953

Ask

Bid

1
*
Baldwin Rubber common... 1
Bohn Aluminum & Brass...5
Bower Roller Bearing—...5
Briggs Mfg Co common
.*
Burroughs Adding Mach...*
Burry Biscuit Corp
12 He
Capital City Products
.*
Chamberlin Metal Weather

14

254
154
1454

43

45

2]
11

Allen Alec & Equipment

154
9J4 Sale
154

Auto City Brewing common.

52" "54""
3354

3154

Sale

7

1754

14H

1454

Strip Co common—......5
Chrysler Corp common.....5
Consolidated Paper com—li

9,390
13,360
5.681
10,074
1,030
2,717

44

41

22

254

1
Crowley, Milner At Co com..*
Cunningham Drug Sts..2.50
458 Delsel Wemmer Glib com..10
Continental Motors com....

li*
37
3954
2354
454
1654

39
30

1354
9454

19
97

27

454
17

19

6

11

Safe*
is™

254

4 54

Highest
Sale Prices

254

July 22
254 Feb. 18

254 July 23
1
July 23
954 Jan.
5
3854 July
6
2854 Apr. 28

2754 July 21
5
July 12

2254 June 30
454 Apr.
2
15
Jan.y 8

35

23

Feb.

June 14

20

Mar. 12

40

June 17

1554 Feb. 19
Feb. 27

47
33

July 20

5654 Jan. 14
Jan.

21

754 Mar.

8
9

15

10754 May 18 13254 Mar.

254

^ 120** 116** 125**

454 Sale

3

3
July 22
154 July
1
1454 July 14
4054 July
7
33
July 20
43
July
9

254 July 23
1
July 23
1254 July
2
3854 July
6
2954 July
9
43
July
9
2654 July 15
454 July
1

July
254 July

14
1

2054 July

29

14

254 May 13

3

2054 July 29

July

7

July
July
July
July
July
July
July

19

June 17

23

July
2
July
9
July 20 119
254
July 19
5
July
1
6
654
July 24
2054 July
1 2454

June 10

Mar. 23

3

Jan.

22

18

1854 July 28
254 July
1

18

254
54
11254
254
254 Sale
454
454; 454

2

254
Sale
Sale

8

Lowest
Sale Prices

....*

1854
20
254 Sale
7
854
2354

9

112

Highest
Sals Prices

16
117

115

1854

27,759 Detroit & Clevel Nay com..10
63,376 Detroit Cripple Creek G M..1
2.682 Detroit Edison com .....It*
300 Detroit Gray Iron Fdy
1
34,178 Detroit Mich Stove common. 1
21.261 Detroit Paper Products.....)
23,730 Detroit Steel Corp com—..5
870 Detroit Steel Products.....*

47""

45

4054
2354
Sale
2354

254 Sale

2

9

Sale

17

1554
114
23

112

IK

Lowest

Ask

Ask Bid

Bid

Sale Prices

July 31

July 1

1937

Shares

Shares

RANGE SINCE JAN 1.

Price
Jan. 2

July

4,646,094

...Shares 3,038,198

PRICES IN JULY

DETROIT
STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

1936

1937

1937

Stock Sales

5

Feb. 10
1154 Mar. 4
2554 Feb. 15
2554 Apr.
6
_

3 54 Mar. 22
June 30
54 Jan.
4
% May 20
7
110
June 15 14554 Jan.
354 May 24
254 July 19
11
Feb.
3
3J4 June 17
2

22
7
28
19
8
12
29

990

1,346

2,065
975

5" 145
836

3,240

1,181
2,919
2,502
20.012
16,255
1,230
43,211

Eaton Manufac'g Co

48,630

280

400

1854

19

Gar Wood Industries

7

common—..*
com...*
Federal Screw Works com...*
Prankenmuth Brewing com.l
1
836 Fruehauf Trailer Co com
federal Mogul

2,659
1,127

..10
25.350 Hoover Steel Ball com
4,158 Hoskins Mfg Co common_2.50
253 Houdaille-Hershey class A..*
Class B
...*
4,502

2.596

345

700

""675

"lM'O
1,075
3,431
2,977
521

1,880
2,511

3,971
3,733
1,118
1.554
9,07,
65:

3,672
1,220
3,168
1,055

12",583

28

24

305
30

1~485

354
1

454
1654

1754

"454 "5~~
2454

Sale

z25

154 Sale
4

454
154 Sale

2,.
154

1

Micromatlc Hone Corp.....l
Mid-West Abrasive com
50c

254
254

68.013
42,218
6,779
22,098
108,923
6,492
25,791
48,067
46,299
49,937
5,541
100,322
3,590

Motor

Wheel

com.........5

.10

Murray Corp common

Muskegon Piston Rg com 2.50

..

23

1654
1954

18
2054

1754
1054

20
11

1354

Sale

854 Sale
3654
37

-

12
,*

..IS

Standard Tube Co class B...1
Stearns (Frederick) com

*

7,749
157

Preferred

6,951 Union Investment Co com..*
13,831 United Shirt Distributors..*
6,921 U S Graphite Co com.....10
201 U S Radiator com new




a

com

Deferred delivery sales,

854

1754

954
2754
18
Sale

11
7

3454

Mar. 16
June 17

754

554 Sale
.....

July
2
% July
1
4 54 July
6
% July 21
22
July
8

365^

3754

854
6

2454
15
4

54
854

4

554
454
554
5

23
99

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

"July

17
6
19

2

for cash.

%

July
7
July 24

1054 July

29

8

3654 July 30

6

7

654 July 22

454

354 July 26

25

Feb.

9

18
15

254 Feb. 18
2154 July 24

1954 Feb.

1

43

Mar. 2
2954 Mar. 15
554 June 2
70
Feb. 11

454 Jan. 22
254 Feb. 18

8

26
15
15
2
20

Feb.

7

11
22

Jan.

18

25

Apr. 13
Feb.

1

2254 July 20
Feb.

28
2

July 10
July 31

7

41

1

2754 Feb. 11

June 17

July
7
July 24
July 20
July
1
July 30

*4 July 10

July
July
July
July
July
July
July

20
22
7
22
16

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

13
23
22
28
31
13
1
13
6
6

954
454
654
554
554

22
26

2354 July
8
99
July 24

1054 July 20
8
July 22
3754 July 15

7

July 21

454 July

8

Feb.

13
2

154 Feb. 13
854 Feb.

9

May 19

154 Jan.

2

18

2954 Jan.

8

June 21

954 Feb.

2

June
June

15

Feb.
6
154 June 17
July 19

22

June

28

Apr.
2
254 Feb. 13
July 10
Feb

3

June 15

July

28

June

4

Feb.

"l*"July ""6
354
354
3 54
3754
2054
1254
1654

23

June 28

254 July 10
54 July
7
154 July 12

July "7 "2454 July "23
10254 July 12 10954 July 16
654 July
6
554 July 26

454

Ex-dividend.

Jan.

1154 Feb. 18

Jan.

I "8~"July "19

6J
23

•

r Sold

23

9
21

8

May
454 June
July
July
May

1654
154
554
54
2454

5

4<

9
654

Jan.

Jan.

954
3954
2654
1754

854 July

754 July

1154

14

June 17

"24" "22"
110

112

654

15
20

6354 Feb. 19

May
14

37

98

2354

654

July 27
554 July
6
July
654 July
454 July
154 July
4 54 July
954 July
19
July
2254 July

56

..1

6% preferred new.......50
100
10,146 Universal Cooler class A....*
Class B
•
43,475
632 Universal Product

25

38

5

Sale

120
Sale

Feb.
Jan.

25

July
July
July
July
July
1
July
454 July
954 July
1554 July
20
July

.

3754

IS
100

Timken Axle com

1154 June 17

July
1
2554 2654 x25
154 July
1
154 Sale
'64 July 19
2
2
July
9
4
54 July
6
54 Sale
154 July 28
154
154
1754
"I""'July "6
54
754
"354
354 "254 July ""7
254 July
6
3
254
354 July 30
354 Sale
3254 July 16
3554 38
20
2354 2054 July 16
1254 July 15
1254
1354
13
July
2
1654
17

99

5% cum part pref
...100
10
182 Sutherland Paper Co....

365

1354 July 21

2

Jan.

<454

Sale
854 Sale
"4
4K
454 Sale
654
654
554
554
5
554
454 Sale
554
554
5 54 Sale
2754
2854 2754 2854
754
7 54
5
Sale
2654
2154 2654 22

Prudential Investing Corp.!
R#o Motor com
5

Scotten Dillon com

"15"

4 5b

Peninsular Metal Products. 1

-

j

25

"1454

Pfeiffer Brewing Co com....*

common

29

21

Parker Wolverine Co com...*

W) & Co

354

26

*

River Raisin Paper com

754
254
254

3554

Parker Rust Proof com..2.50

Rickel (H

1

3454

Packard Motor Co com. .._.*

Parka Davis Ac Co

54

54

1

Moore (Tom) Distillery Co
1
Motor Products Corp com...*

154 Sale
5
Sale
% Sale
23

2354

1154 July

7

40

'1654 Sale"

454
5
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Lakey Fdy & Mach common.1

21

July
7
July 24

15

554
5154
554
354

19.

3554 Feb.

2754 Mar. 10

July "26
2054 July 31

"154

23

10

19

11
154 June 18
2054 July 31

554
5654

IPs
V'

16

Feb.

Apr. 28
754 June 17
Jan.
7
1554 June 26
654 June 18

1754 July 22
8
July 24

Jan.

1954

13%site*

54

No par value,

18

July "Is
654 July 16

'1654

10
28

20

28

2154 Sale

42

Kingston Products Corp....l
1
Kresge (S 8) Co com
....10

450
890
610

*

5

554
354
%!■■<
454
954

1554 Sale
1854
20
1854

110,218 Tlvoll Brewing Co common.1

600

4
154
12

10

Kinsel Drug Co com

5,937

3,185

Sale

6

54 54

•

8,583 McClanahan Refineries

135

554

554 Sale
4854
4954

1,620 Mich Steel Tube Prod....2.50
48,932 Michigan Sugar com.......*
Preferred...............10
2,834

~

154
2054

36

com..l

•
2,855 Mahon (R Q class A pref
128.672 Masco Screw Products...... 1
Rights
45,463
6,700 McAleer Mfg Co com........*
1
156.294 McClanahan Oil Co com..

12,165
.35,515
50.262
3,787
7,417
25.742
12,701

154
2054

1354 Sale
36
4054

Hudson Motor Gar.........*

10.936

754

22

...

230 Home Dairy class A........*

672
13,229
45.463

2654
1754

32

com...3
Gemmer Mfg Co class A.....*
Class B
..*
General Finance Corp com.l
General Motors com
...10
Goebel Brewing Co com
1
Graham-Paige Motor com..l
Grand Valley Brew common.!
Hall Lamp com............*

Hurd Lock & Mfg Co

1854

"154 ""154

40

4,355
9,215
2,750
2,463

2054
1654

6

Pederal Motor Truck

33,488
239,451
40.351
79,364
19,431
22,921

6

25

8

1754
1554

...3

Er-Cello Corporation

6,723
53,328
86,686
64,482
76,626
23,879
10,705

5

22

654

654
2054 Sale

com—4

Eureka Vacuum Cleaner....*

835

6,133
7,429
3,945
9,647
1,925

8

554 June 28
1854 Jan. 11
5354 Apr.
9
33

6,007

18

13

Mar.

June 14

Mar. 9
Mar. 11
Jan. 23
Jan. 20

8

June 29

254 June 17
2054 Apr. 28
1054 June 28
13
July
2

5
15
14
10

154
754
454
454

1

June 29

29

Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

Feb.

10

3754 July 22
26

Feb. 17
2054 Feb. 11
215a Jan.
8

June

1254 Feb. 18

June

4454 Feb.

June

28

Feb.

2

Jan.

19

Feb.

10

554 May 22

; Jan.

May
July

13
Feb.
654 Jan.

June

June
June
Jan.
June

July
June

1054 June 25
7
May 26
2454 June 15
1554 Mar. 16
2954 Mar. 15
6
Jung 28
354 July 26
3254 Feb. 16

19
4

954 Feb. 18
554 Feb. 11
6$4 Jan. 22

Jan.

May
May
May

3

35

Mar.

4

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27
L03

Feb.
8
Mar. 10

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2854 Feb. 9
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Jan.

20

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Feb. 19

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AQGREOATE

SALES

DETROIT

July

Jan

STOCKS

1

July 1

1937

Shares
978 Walker 8c Co class A

"l"I06

Bid

!

10

210

Preferred.

July 31

Ask Bid

Lowest

28

5%

4%
4%
1% Sale
2%
6
%
H
12 %
14

13%

98

99

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Ask
30

5

30

28

*

Class B
•
12,616
58,285 Warner Aircraft Corp com„.l
52,623 Wayne Screw Prod com__„„.4
27,150 Wolverine Brewing Co com..!
2
6,469 Wolverine Tube Co com

3,470
1,816
1,600

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Price
Jan. 2

Since

Shares

63

PRICES IN JULY

STOCK EXCHANGE
In

STOCK EXCHANGE

DETEOIT

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

"_4%July "7
1

July

4% July
% July

14^

25% Jan. 11
4% June 14

"5%

July "22
1% July 12
4% July 23
% July
9

2

14

12

June

1

i

4% July
% July

29
Mar. 20
7% Jan
02
1% Jan. 19
7%; Feb.
8

2

14
2

99

'

% Feb.! 24

117 Young (L A) Spring 8c Wire.*

2

18

*

Feb. 10

99

"99"" July ""7 '§§" "July "7

103%

Jan.

July

7 100

-*

May

44

100

13

Feb. 26

♦

5

44 • Feb. 26

Unlisted Dept.—

220

7,170

229

190
1,759 Amer Tel 8c Tel Co
3,121 Borden Co................35

427
475

American Radiator........

856 Borg Warner Corp

3,036
739

,

290

5,385
437
765

2,004
833

1,625
85

Corp *

Consolidated Oil Co........*
General Poods Corp........*

Sale
Sale

3

16

15% Sale
36% Sale

627

17

36%

Sale'

19%

40% Sale

This

accomplished

to

the French control designed to support franc futures.

Be¬

fore this time the various equalization funds had operated
only in the spot market. In two heavy withdrawals of gold
at the end of June and in the first week of July the French

equalization fund took from the Bank of France approxi¬
mately 8,500,000,000 francs. On June 25 the Bank of France
total

gold

holdings

stood

at

54,859,163,636 Auriol

francs.

The Bank's statement for July 22 showed gold holdings of

Paris cable transfers sold at 3.83% @
3.85% on July 1 and at 3.74%@3.75 on July 31.
Belgian exchange was exceptionally steady in July. The
ruled close

its

to

estimated

gold shipping point from

Antwerp to New York.
Belga cable transfers on July 1
sold at 16.84@16.84%, and on July 31 at 16.83@16.83y2.
Italian lire

lira

rate

Cable
and

fluctuated

held

was

transfers

Rome

on

5.26% @5.26%

only

steady by
sold

slightly during July as the
the rigid control at Rome.
at

5.26% @5.26^

on

July 1

July.

in

The

Reichsbank

statement

for

the

first

quarter of July showed an increase in gold and
bullion of 34,000 marks; for the second quarter an increase
of 43,000 marks, and for the third quarter an increase of

43,000 marks.

The Reichsbank statement for the third quar¬
ter of July showed gold and bullion at 69,074,000 marks as

compared with 73,952,000 marks a year earlier and with
806,785,000 marks on Dec. 31, 1932. The Bank's ratio for
the third quarter of July stood at 1.64%, which
compared
with 25.8% on Dec. 31, 1932.
The so-called free or gold
mark was quoted at 40.09% @40.15 on July 1 and at
40.23@
40.25

on July 31.
Exchange on the countries neutral during the war was
generally firm in July. The Scandinavian units moved in
close sympathy with sterling.
Swiss francs showed a slight

net advance during the month.
of the Finance and Customs

On July 6 M. Meyer, head
Department of Switzerland,

reported to the Federal Council with respect to the further
devaluation of the French franc.
He stated that this

step

had

effect whatsoever

no

Holland

the position of the Swiss unit.

were

extremely firm throughout the
guilder strength developed immediately after
tripartite agreements of last September and October.
The

month.

the

guilders

on

There

was

a

constant

Netherlands gold
ders

at

the

inflow of gold

end

Dutch funds had

to Holland, and the

holdings increased from 669,000,000 guil¬
of September to more than
1,245,000,000

guilders by the end of July.

In June it

was

a

before the

close

of July, and there was some
evidence of renewed interest in American securities on
the

part of Dutch investors.

The

international

trade

of

Hol¬

land, both import and export, showed remarkable improve¬
ment in the first six months of the year.
Conditions in
the Dutch East Indies were vastly
improved, so that busi¬
there

ness

heavy

assumed

increase

in

boom proportions.

Dutch

colonial

This resulted in

investments.

As

able colonial developments had a marked effect in
improv¬
ing the position of the guilder.
Guilder cable transfers on

55.18.

Cable

transfers

on

July 1 and 25.66@25.67%

Exchange

on

on

on

Sweden

July 31

were

at

55.17@
25.48@25.50 on

the South American countries

Exchange

vided

a

for

stood

that the agreement did
of

ments

credits

metal

the

would

be

to

peso

ex¬

especially firm.
Buenos Aires
Argentina's favorable balance of

trade for the first six months of the current year amounted




States.

It

26
2

under¬

was

earmarked

ship*

but

that gold and dollar
New York for Chinese

in

account.

had

the month the

Japanese super-party

headed by Premier Prince

government

completed plans for

Fumimaro Konoye

drastic financial and economic

a

to be submitted to a special session of the Diet.
planned to revalue the gold reserves of the Bank
of Japan at a price 10% below the world
price.
It is be¬
lieved that such a procedure would enable the
government
to show a book profit of 800,000,000
yen, of which 200,000,000
program

It

was

would

yen

000,000

be used

yen

for the

repayment of loans

for the establishment of

and 600,exchange equaliza¬

an

tion fund.

It was frequently asserted in
Japanese official
quarters that the yen would continue to be pegged to ster¬
ling at the rate of Is. 2d. per yen. The London silver price
on July 1 was 19
15/16d. and on July 31, 20 l/16d.
The
Hongkong dollar was 30.22@30% on July 1 and 30.62@
30 13/16 on July 31.
The Shanghai dollar was 29.64@
29 29/32 on July 1 and 29.47@29
25/32 on July 31.
Yen

checks sold at 28.73@28.77 on July 1 and at
28.98@29.00 on

July 31.
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was

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44 % Feb.
4

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in

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Brazil
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10

May 27

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X

was steady
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June

Feb
Jan.
Jan.

between

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July 31.

and inclined to firmness

change stabilization.

June

a

the

monetary systems of the Dutch East Indies and the home
country show the closest possible relationship, the favor¬

July 1 sold at 54.94% @54.96, and

29%
186%
27%
47%
4%

June

similar period in Argentina's history, was achieved
despite a 24.3% increase in imports, which rose from $179,700,000 to $223,070,000 for the first six months of 1937.

noticed that

tendency to leave the New York market
in favor of London and Amsterdam.
However, this move¬

ment ended

„

Toward the end of

The German mark situation presented no new features of

importance

earlier.

a year

June

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

any

July 31.

on

17

21%
12%

$246,700,000 against

period

48,859,557,060 francs.

rate

July
July
July
July
11% July

"12% Sale'

chiefly foy operations of

19%
21%
42%

19%
36%
15%
19%

40% Sale*

Standard Brands Inc......

was

4

Sale'

(Concluded from page 57)

market.

38%

Sale

Corp......5
National Dairy Prod Corp..*

7,654

Sale

22

Nash-Kelvinator

...100

22%
172%
24%
46%
3%
16%

61%

669 Purity Bakeries Corp.......*
12,924 Socony-Vacuum Corp.....35

1,592

16

July
July
July
July

"3% Sale'

Hupp Motor Car Corp
1
Kennecott Copper Corp....*
Kroger Groc 8c Bak Co....

N Y Central RR

20%
164%
23%
44%

171% Sale

..5

com

Commonw 8c Southern

23,059
9,187
2,669
8,329
5,425
6,188
22,914
6,153
14,498

166% Sale

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MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

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;

'

Jan. 1 to

July 31

AGGREGATE

Bid

,

Ask

105% 109
102% 105%
103
105%

36,000 Atlas Diesel EngCo 6s.—1945
12,000 Calif Gas & Elec Corp 5%jl937

"i",666

2.000 Calif Packing Corp 5%..1940

1961
12,000 Calif Water Serv 4%
Langendorf Un Bak Inc—
3,000
6%%
.....1941
8,000 Market Street Ry Co 7s..1940
2,500 Pacific Gas 8c El Co 6s—1941
20,000 JRy Equip & Rlty Co 4H&1946
1952
2,000 S J Lt & Pt Corp 6%

2,000

105

14,000 fUnion Oil Co Cal 4%.__1947
500
6%
1942

|l

STOCKS
340

7,076

y

2,071
2,653
4,575

V

95

3,246
1,999
,

HU

;;

104
102% 103

102
117
101
128

20

Bank of Calif Nat assn

caplOO

Calamba Sugar Estate com 20
Preferred....
20

559

m

...100

....

%

1
*

»

cap

13,418 El Dorado Oil Works cap.. J*
36,681 Emporium Capwell cap....
Preferred
..50
7,968
12,380 Emsco Derrick 8c Eq Co cap.5
812 Ewa Plantation

30

190

1°°
510
730
10

•

1,148
249
423

i

4,778

414

■■■}

4,698
145
100

1,684
842
10

10,420

22%

23%
36

22

23

293"" 325"

11

12

46

60

38

21J
233

22%

21%
24
16% Sale
38%
39%
12%
15

11*

58

Sale

62

37%
40
93% Sale
34%
48%
49%
4% Sale
17%
18

Sale

43
40% 41
5%
5%
5%
320% 375
320%
18%
18% Sale
96
96% Sale

o9o*

6

375
Sale
Sale

10

18%

42

40

19
Sale
25

IS*

III

23

16%

16%
39%
15%

50

55

40
15
52

35

38

38

40

58*

40

81% Sale

84 ;!>"

85

81%

40

40
51

42

53

"52%

20

21%

17%. 18

21

22%

22

24

24%

26

Hawaiian Pineapple........5
Heme Fire 8c Marine Insur

47%

49%

36%

38%

39%

41

41

44

39

41

Sale

37
25%

38

35

27%

26

28

29

31
17

Langendorf United Bakcl A
Class B

17%
2%
6%
20

"18%
3%
7%
22

50

No par value,




132

Feb.

110

Feb.

115

May

21

July

15

5

July
July
July
9% July
July
July
21% July
8% July

22
22
14
12
22

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

23
2
14
21
22
24
23
26
23
16
20
8

19

1?%

June 16
Jan.
5
Jan.

7
June 29
June 15

7
16
20

June 30
June 24

Apr.

5%

49%
15% Sale
34
39%
20% Sale
7% Sale
49

n* ft
1* 1!
20

233

y4%

5

8

July 23
Jan.

4

May 20
2
July
May 14
May 14
Jan.

6

May 26
June 22
Jan.

4

June 29

May 26
June 30

25

*

80
40

*53"" July"24

2

56

16% July
9
37% July 15
22% July 23

18

July

2

26

July
July

19
9

July

23

8% July 12

July
9
o>4 July 20
20% July 19

July
2% July
July
July
12% July
12% July
July
July
July
July
105
July
22
July

31*

»

n

*

(capltal)2%

common

12

35% July

12

Libby McNeill & Libby
*
LockJHeed Aircr Corp com_.l

Magnarox Co Ltd

86%

22

7
4

la

®

if
}
2*

15% Feb. 25
.55% Feb.
6
31% Feb. 17
7% Mar. 4
25

Feb.

8

!14

July

14

10

Feb.

34%
32%
23%
12%

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

05

Jan.

46%
1%
53%
48%

Mar.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
52
Apr.
06% Apr.
99% Feb.
.03% June
25

8

12

15
11

13
13

31
15
25
2
13

20
3
22

Mar. 19

12% Feb. 20
56

Mar. 5
.06% Mar. 27
32% Mar. 8

42

39

July 27
28% July 20
30
July 27

if*

*

too

Jan.

-5 46
6%
8
28 325
29 25
28 108%
17%
24
22 59
12

16% June 24
39

June 15

15

May

5

49% June 16
36
June 21

Mar. 12
Jan.

24%
47%
19%
60%

Mar. 12
Mar. 3
Mar. 11
Jan.
7

42

16

13

25

7

17% Jan.

4

July 16
June 14
Jan. 19
Jan.
4
Jan.
4

6% Apr.

8

15

July 14

21

May

5

35% June 18

June 29

57% Mar. 31

5

34%
48%
14%
36%
18%

29

Feb.

22

Mar.
Mar.

1
2

40

Mar.

4

70% Feb. 11
18% Jan. 29
1
41% Mar.
31% Feb. 28

8% Apr. 14
22

Feb. 13
23% Jan. 15
53% Jan. 18

2

37
28

July 16
May 25

44% Mar.

29

Jan.

32% Mar. 27

12

36% Jan.

2

4% Feb.

3

May 17
May 17

5% May 17

8

20

June 14

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

23
2
16
17
13
8
30
14
22
29

12

July
July
May
June
Jan.
Jan.
July
May
May

2%
37%
30

10

9%
5%
1 %
1%

20
7
10
16
5

12

21

Feb.

23

21
19

8

Mar. 12

27

Jan.

4

25

11
Mar. 10
Feb.

16% Jan.

25

Jan.

27

4
45% Feb. 19
Apr. 13

42

\f

Feb.

Feb. 20

21
21
28
Mar. 11
Jan.
7
Feb. 17

30

Jan.

22
14

Jan.
Jan.

17
June 14
.03% May 26
22% June 30
20% June 26

8*
28

38% Jan. 20

——.....100

9

June 29

9

June 29

Second preferred....... 100

6

Mar. 30

6

Mar

Preferred

t Removed from listing May 28, 1937.
.

.

..

...

^

■

.v-7 '

■

-.1,

V'

'77

Apr. 16

40

5% July
20% July

19

28

Apr. 13

96% Jan.

2

12!

Jan.

lis®?

3
3

June 29

■"2% "July "17

20
2)
2
6 40
2 37%
28 13
13%
1
5%
30
1%
14
7
2
8 105
1 27

Apr.
May

June 16

47% Jan.

18

...»

B

53
40

35
Jan.
5% June
320
Apr.
16% June
94
July
9% June
36
June

20
29
13
23
19
8

17
8

37:
July 16
27% July
2
30
July 27

Leslie Salt Co capital -...I*
Le Tourneau Inc common.10

Lyons-Magnus Inc A

18%
40%
16%

July
July
July
July
July
July
July

5% July
18% July

July 14
24% July
9
39
July ' 6

2%
6%

20

24

15

Sale

2%

July 16
July
1
July
6
July 28
July 19
July
"
July

55% July
15% July
37% July
20% July
7
July

7%

16

11%
42%

39% July

21

16

100

July 30
July 12
July 20
July
6
July
6
July 17
July 17

July
6
18% July 28

19

7%

6%
324%
19%

5

5%

20

44

49% July 21

90,253 Merchant Cal Mach Co com 10
1,180 Market St Ry Co prior pf.100
K.r, 50

102% Jan.

21

Jan.

214

39% July
5% July
324% July
18
July
94
July
9% July
38
July

Hale Bros Stores, Inc. cap..*
Hancock Oil...............*

Magnin 8c Co (I)
"Preferred...

July

24

22%

18%

_io
9,567
1,750 Hutchinson Sug Plant cap. 15

10

•

102% Sale

36% Sale
55%
56%
15% 15%
36
38%

Preferred

175

10%
46

36%

900 Honolulu Plantation cap..20
*
570 Hudson Motors Car Co
16,230 Hunt Bros. Packing com...*

18,551
5,807
8,773
66,697
14,452
82,768
2,775
4,883
85,150
7,640

9%

%
49% 46
37
35
35%
51
51%
50%
100
103% 101
Q9
89%
98%
102% 104% 103
97
94
115%
9%
10%
9%
41% Sale
43%
104
107% 105

20

Go of Calif capital...
10
3,391
3,637 HenoluluOUCrpLtd eap new*

1,
;

7,715
3,305
22,056

103%
88%

112% U4%
42

39

92%
33%

35%

......

>

100%

36% Sale
61% Sale
13%
14%
36%
36%
18% Sale
7% Sale

Preferred
..*
10,941
36,847 Gladding McBean Co com..*
95,453 Golden State Ltd cap......*

414

3.787
29,008

IS

48%
4%
18%

......._

1,524
2,300

2

20

1,581 Fireman's Fund Indent cap 10
6,860 Fireman's Fund Insur cap 25
90 First Nat Corp of Portl cl A
19,961 Food Machinery Corp com .10
10
23,413 Foster & Kleiser com
Class A preferred
25
3,122
Galland Mercantile Laundry
common (capital)
2,000
..10
31,512 General Motors
36,233 General Paint Corp com

1,237

86%

1

......

~4",7l8

103

34%

80 Crocker First Nat Bk SFcaplOO

550

Jan.

Industries

64,220 CrownZellerb Corp com (new)
Preferred (new)
11,683
36,107 D1 Giorgio Fruit Corp com. 10
Preferred
100
4,548

10

Sale

47*

...100

stock

25

60

101% Apr.
102% Mar.
118

June 23

26

27

Sale

34

California Packing cap:.
•
Preferred—
.......50

Chemical

101% Apr.
7
100
Apr. 26
114% Mar. 19
102% Jan.
4
131% Feb. 13
102% Jan. 29
115
May 26

130

130

140

25%

208

90

30

Mills cap...100

Calif-Engels Mining Co
California Ink Co Inc A..,

Preferred

101
June
3 110% Feb. 18
10134 June 16 102% Mar. 16
7 104% Jan.
103% Apr.
4
Jan. 21
101% Mar. 18 105

7
12% July
July 21
July 16

12% July
July
24% July
4%
4% July
15
July
18%
208
214
July
7 8%
8% July
29
30
July
27
28
July
Sale
21% July
7
8
July
100%
36
33% July
%
% July
July
49% 49
July
37% 35
52
50% July
103% 102% July
95
100
July
106
102% July
July
117% 114
10% July
10%
46
41% July
107
105% July
11%

120

Sale

7

Cftlaveras Cement Co com— •
Calif Cotton

119

210
8% Sale
8%
27%
27%
27%
26%
26%
27%
22
22
21%

Bishop Oil Co
...5
Byron Jackson cons cap....*

7% preferred

10234 July 26 102% July 26

11%

11%
150

15

201

9,340
1,765
3,067

5,051
770
875

100%' July~l3 166"%" July" 13

117

119

4

5

Diesel Eng Co

Inc class A partlc prof...
18,892
6,630 Creameries of Amer (new)

844

101

117

caplO

Atlas Imp

Consol

2,592

123

Assoc Ins Fund Inc com

787 Coast Cos GasltEl 6 % lstpf 100
com
1

310

—

102
98

.....

96

11%

1,110 Consol Aircraft Corp

2,627
2,743

Highest
Sale Prices

133

10

3,587 Chrysler Corp common
5
16,685 Claude Neon Elec Prod....,
2,963 Clorox Chemical A

<

Lowest
Sale Prices

104%

119

645 California Water Serr preflOO

1,074

y

102

Anglo-Caiif Nat'l Bank

9,147 Caterpillar Tractor
t

90

Highest
Sale Prices

121

24

23,653
33.195
34,439
2,122
51,631
35,811
11,386
: 2,127
y 6.381

-xAt

;

9934 103% 101

133

11,587
48,199
4,961
39,783
3,005

4itt

Ask

pof

Alaska Juneau Gold M cap.

750

330

Lowest

Sale Prices

July 31

Ask Bid.

10334 10534 10234
99% 101
99)4 101

379 Alaska Packers Assn cap..100

40

•7

Bid

104% 107

Shares.

Shares.

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

'

July 1

1937

S

$

1936

$66,000
1,894,000

113,000

July 31__.

PRICES IN JULY

BONDS

Jan. 1

1937

2

Jan.

Since

In

j ^

Price

STOCK EXCHANGE

July

.

$3,000

Jan. 1 to

SAN FRANCISCO

SALES

"

:

July.--

802,189
6,296,274

414,620
6,019,284

.Shares

V,

7../,v.

-

Bond Sales

1936

1937

Stock Sales

•

THE SAN FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE

RANGE OF PRICES ON

July

'

''

>.

30

♦, /

SAN FKANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE
AGGREGATE

SALES

SAN FRANCISCO
STOCK EXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1
Shares

PRICES IN JULY

STOCKS

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Lowest

Shares

POT

Highest

Lowest

Hi(/hest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

1,688

Meleir-Frank Co ..........10

11

July

8

Nat Auto Fibres Inc Ttc
A common aeries
I........*

11** July

6

10 ** June 29'

13** May

1,325

28

July

1

14

26 ** June 30i

44** Feb. 10
13** Feb. 15

16

.4,420

*

9*1 July 23

30
July
10 ** July

...........100

25** July 16

25** July

Natomaa Co capital...
North Amor Inv

Common

8

9H July 23

Corp—

6% preferred

.....100
100

North Amer Oil Gonsol cap. 10
Occidental Insurance cap..10
O'Connor Moffat

12

Oliver United Filters Inc A..*
B

**

28**
13**

...

23

♦

8**

PaauhauSutfarPlantCo capl5

12 H

Pacific-Amer Fisheries, Inc. 5
Pacific Can Co
.......

17**
11**
28**

Pacific Gas 8c Elec Co com.25

4% 1st preferred....
25
5**% 1st preferred......25

28*1

Pacific Lighting Corp com..*
16 dividend pref
•
Pac Pub Serv com non-rot..*
First preferred...........*

103**

25**
41
5

19** June 28 24
Jan.
135*4 June 3 162** Jan
133
Apr. 28 150
Jan.

Pac Tel 8c Tel Co common.100

6% preferred......
..100
Parafflne Cos, Inc., com....*

62

Preferred .............100
Phillips Petroleum Go cap. *
Plg'n Whistle Corp partlc pf •

100**
51**
2**
11

tc

y

Preferred

1

15

May
8** June

common

Warrants.............

3

ser A

100

106

July 23
July
7

"*8**Julyr"8

51*% cum cony pref
100
Signal Oil & Gas Co class A.*

104

-

Pulp Co

Preferred

.100

......

Sou Pacific Co

com

5

new

(cap'l).lOO

Sou Pac Golden Gate cl A..*
Class B
•

Spring ValleyCo Ltd capital *
Stand Oil Co of Calif capital *

Super Mold Corp of Cal cap. 10
Telephone Investment Corp *
Thomas Allec Corp class A
*
Tide Water Assoc Oil Co com *

28** JulyT12
July? 20
39** July 114
69** July 14
105
July 16
50
July 23
** July 15
** July 13
8** July 22
45** July 22
20** July 15
44
July 29

.

4**% preferred new....100
Transamerica Corp capital..*
Union Oil Co of Calif
cap..25
Union Sugar Co common..25
United Air Lines Trans v t c.5
Universal Cons OH

10

May

41

118

Schlesinger (B F) com (new)
Preferred (new)
25
Shell Union Oil Corp com..*

Sou nd view

June

25
103

Roos Bros Inc common.....1
Series A preferred
100

6% prior pref

Jan.

6 ** June
41 ** June

..50

Safeway Stores Inc common •
San Joaq Lt 8c Pr prior
pf.100

Jan.

46

1

May
Jan.
July
July
July

50

.....*

Rheems Mfg Co
Richfield Oil Co

98

13*4
265*
20**
18**
19

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

21
12
20
28
8

WellaFargoBk 8c UnTr cap 100
Western Pipe 8c Steel of Calif

51
7

335

July 23

312

common
...lt
YeUow Checker Cab Co—

Cony

uipment Co com..l
cum

pref..........5

Waiaiua Agricultural Co..20

Rights^..

(Consolidated) cl A
Class A Series II

No par value,

11** Jan.
8 h July
17** July
46
July
6** July
Jan*

2

Jan.

15

Jan.
June
July
Feb.
Apr.

15

9

22

98

June 10

5

17** Jan.
28** Feb.
24
Feb.
23** Jan.
19
July
9** July
17** July

16
27
30
29 75
7
27
2 350

Jan.

2
4
4
13

19

26
26
18

July 26
Feb.
1

33

July 15

30

June 22

40** Mar.

48

....50

July 30

43

June 19

64

Jan.

14

46

July 30
4** July « 6

44

July
1
4** July 26

59

Jan.

7

t Removed from list Feb. 4.




9

Feb.
Jan.

I.St

ser

Yosemite Portl Cem Co pf..l0
•

9**

18**

Jan.

4

Feb. 16
Feb. 23

21**

4 110

Mar. 15

16
June 17
90
May 19
12 J* June 16
23
June 16
18
Apr. 12
15
June 28

7

18

13
17
19
June 25
May
7
May 25
Mar. 2
Jan. 28
Jan. 27
Feb. 10
Mar. 31
Apr. 16
Apr. 16
Feb. 25
June
8
Mar. 12
July 14
July 16
Mar. 11
Jan. 11
Jan. 13
Feb. 17
Feb. 19
June 21
Feb.
4
Feb. 24
Feb. 24

42**
Apr.
4 120
106
July
7 106**
4** June 14
75*
8
June 29
12**
26 M Apr. 28 33M
103 "Jan. 14 106**
34** May 17 48**
40 -.Feb. 26 69**
102
Mar. 19 105
41** June 29 65**
** June 15
1**
1
** June 17
8** June 26 12
39** June 28 49**
15
Jan.
4
21**
42
Jan. 12
46
3

"2!*i*Jufy"36

Jtine

87

18 109
13 54**
19
5**
21
18**
6 89**
11 80**
18 79**
14 13**
17 50
19 19**
28 10**
28
3**
18 33

114

19
26
26
July 26
July 26

Victor E

June 30

72

.

Ry Eq 5c Realty Co Ltd com.*
6% preferred (new)
100
Rainier Pulp 5c Pap cl A com *
Republic Petroleum Corp

Mar. 17
18 33
May 22 102** Mar. 9
June 14
96
Mar.; 5
May 17 16 J* Mar. 12
June 21 32
Jan. 17
May 10 17** Apr. ■? 9
June 15 28
Mar. < 4
June 30 12** May
6
Apr. 30 18
Jan.
6
Apr. 28 22** Jan. 17
July 17 18** Feb.
4
June 18 38
Jan. 12
Mar. 18 32** Jan. 22
Mar. 18 29** Jan. 25
June 28
53** Jan. 14
May 13 107
Jan. 13
June 15
8** Jan.
5

23** Jan.
97
80

*\

8**% preferred

Class B

6

8

4** June 16

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

For footnotes see page




07

''I)":

'•I,'

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'

/

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AGGREGATE

SALES

Jan. 1

Shares
400

; 4,ioo
259

2,300
2,300
500

-V:-;

400
*226
jii'ii

1,000

.j

;^L W

LOS ANGELES

1

400
r

1,600

4,200
3,100
200
23.300

.

:

.

PRICES IN JULY

'""ioo
346

3,900

July 1

1937

....

y:

Bid

8,582 Signal Petroleum Co

1

33,900 So Calif Edison Ltd com. ..3d
1,034
Original prefer red...... 35
14,900
6% preferred...........35
15,300
5H% preferred.........35
500 So Calif Gas A
6% pref—-25
:
900
6% preferred
..—25
v"*,;
378 So Counties Gas 6% prof. 100
11,800 Sontag Chain Sotres Co Ltd. *
6,600 Southern Pacific Co
.100
17,600 Standard OH of Calif.......'
51,100 Sunray OH Co..
38,000 Superior Oil Co common.—35
3,700 Taylor
Milling Corp........*
272,500 Transamerlca
Corp.........*

20c

36c

50c

Sale

30

37%
Sale

"28%

25

27 %

50

89.000 Union OH of Calif

35

29,500 Universal Cons OH Co.... 10
1,400 Van de Kamps Bakeries.....*
1,230 Victor OH Co
10
2,754 Weber Showcase Be Fix
pfd..*
55,700 Wellington Oil Co
1
2,200 Western Air Express Corp..10
200 Yellow 8c Checker Cab Co..*

200

1,400 Yosemlte

Portl Cement

Ask

20c

ii'A

il'i
30

36c
26

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

...

,

13%

11%
43%

14

43 %

43

43%

40%

44%

Sale

22%
17 %

25

23

Sale

Sale

138% 150
25% Sale
13 %
13%

23% Sale
14% Sale

J*

26%
25

M

10%

29%
28%
105%

12

11

48%
44%

45%
42%

Sale

4

45%

46

39%

22

25

23

13% Sale

25

12%

30

2H

30c July

26% July 20
18% July 19

1% July
2
July 24
9% July 27
7

9% Sale

Lowest

28
1
26% July 28
6
36
July
July 28
1
July
27% July 29
2
July
25% July 10
July 16 29% July 24
2
July
28% July
2
July 27 106% July 20
July 23 12
July 26
6
48
July
July
9
6
July
45% July 23
1
July
4% July 12
1
July
47% July 26
July 27 23% July 27
1
July
13% July
8

23% July
15% July

16

"8M

10%

25c July
24
July

11%

1%

Sale

Sale

Highest
Sale Prices

g*

Sale

" Sale

Lowest
Sale Prices

35

29%
105% Sale

106

44

July 31

Ask Bid

Ask

.....

540 Union Bank 9c Trust Co

7,100
5,000

67

Jan. 2

STOCKS

Shares

EXCHANGE

Price

Since

July

STOCK

ANGELES

STOCK EXCHANGE

In

iff.

LOS

1% July 17
7
July 24
10% July
2

22% May 13
35
July
6
26% June 30
25

4%

4%

4%

4%

4% July

2

4% July

7

23c July
2c July

2
8
1

27c July
3c July

June 22

29% July

16

28% July
2
!05% Apr. 27
11
July 23
43% June 26
40

June 28

3% June 23
37% June 28
21
May 15
12% June 16

141% May
23

iS

Sale Prices
48c
Mar. 13

32% Jan. 13
41
Feb.
5
Jan.
8

29%
28%
31%
31%
108%
4%
2%
9%
5

5

Mar. 11
20
20

Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Jan.
Mar.
Feb.

29
4
19
19
Feb. 16
Mar. 31

5% Mar.
7% Jan.
5
,

June

2

4

Jan. 27

8% Feb.
4
8% July 19
7% May 10

11% Jan.
36% June
Jan.

2% Mar. 17
9
Feb. 11

July
9% July
9

62

Corp

Highest

Sale Prices
15c
Mar.
4

3% Apr. 13

Jan.

0
Jan. 12
1% Jan. 29
5% June
7

56% Feb.
4% June

MINING STOCKS—

300 Alaska Juneau Gold M ColOc

10,000
13,000
3,000

63,000

690

9,000

332,050

Black Mammoth Cons M Co 10c
531,300 Calumet Gold Mines Co..10c
64,400 Cardinal Gold Mining Co
1

27,900
5,400
1,135,100
425,200
10,000
49,440
165,425

Cons ChoUar G & S Co—...1
Gold Ore Mining Co..—....1

imperial Development Co.25c
Oatman Rainb Gold M Co. 10c

100
900

100

""600
lMO

700
26,600
1,000
10,200
1,800
21,300

10c

27c Sale
2c

35c

2%c
Sale

25c

28c

l%c 3%c
33c

40c

35c

Sale

5c

July

40c

July

1
9
9

9c

Feb.

10

2c

3c

Sale

4%c

July 3C

lc

42c~

44c

8c

12c

41c

36c

7%c

Sale

32c

40c

38c

8c

7c

6%c

July
July

12% May

8

15% Jan.

Jan.

20

39c

lc
34c

Mar. 23

Jan.

39c

July

6

15c Jan.

11

May 29
1% Apr. 21
l%c Jan.

38c
7c

28
4

Jan.
4
Mar. 22
Feb.
5

July

7

June

Amer Rad 8c Stand San.....*
Amer Tel 8c Tel Co
100

26

x!i8

Anaconda Copper Mining—50
Atlantic Refining Co
25

28%
6

(The) Aviation Corp tDel)—5

f

29%
6%

29%
6%

30%
Sale

31

July
6% July

12
6

31

July
July

21

2% July

16

3% July 27

5% July

2

July
7% July

12
13

..........5

89%

Caterpillar Tractor......... *
Cities Service Co

Feb.
Jan.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

97% July 21
3% July 26

Baldwin Locomotive........*

2%

......*

90%
Sale

99

3%

100

Sale

97
2

Commercial

Solvents.......*
Com*wealth 5c Southern....*

2

2%

2%

3%

Cord

Corp
.........5
Curtlss-Wright Corp
1

"5% ""5%

6% Sale

1,600 Electric Bond 8c Share......5

1,000 General Electric Co........*

100

500 Goodrich (B F) Co
»
2,300 International Tel 8c Tel. ....*

52%
38%

53
39%

57%
37%

58%
38%

55
July 10
38% July 28

6% July

100

200

2,500
400

'""266
500

1,900
1,100
600

2,300

*

1,200
2,800
20,100
1,500
12,400
31.000

56% July 14
38% July 28

..*

55 %

561

54%

55%

63%

64%

61

No Amer Aviation Inc......!
North American Co........*

13%

14%
30 %

10%
22%

11%
23%

11%
28%

12%
29%

12% July
26
July
9% July
8% July
7% July

June

N Y Central RR

30

Packard Motor Car Co......*
Radio Corp of America.....*

8

8

400 Seaboard OU Co of Del.....*
2,700 Standard Brands Inc.......*
2.000 Texas Corp
.......*

11%
59%

4,000 Tide Water Assoc OU.......*
8,600 United Corp (Del)
*
1,100 U S Steel Corp

x

13%

171

144 % 1453

8%

12%
11%
12%
12% July
59% 63%
63
64%
July
21
17%
21%
18% July
4%
4%
5%
6%
4% July
99% 100% 118% 118% 105% July
12% Sale
14%
14%
12% July
27

........

July

7

64

July 22

June
June

8%

7%

June

8%

4,700 Radio- Kelth-Orpheum......♦

No par value.

29
13

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

12

61?
13!

18,300 Warner Bros Pictures
...5
100 Weatlnghouse El 8c Mfg Co

23
12

16
20

13
Feb.
2
Mar.
3
Feb. 14
Feb.
5
Mar. 17
Feb. 17
1
'

60 %
13

.Montgomery Ward 5c Co

3
8

10

July 21

i

200 KenneCott Copper Corp....*
800 McKesson 8c Robblns
....5
400

1

Feb. 23
82%cFeb. 26
2% Mar. 10
12c
Mar.
1
9c
Feb. 10
20c
May 21
1
Jan. 13
48c
Jan. 11
15c
Jan. 11

STOCKS—

"'200

Y.466

12

4c

lc
50c

7

7

20c

x7c

15c

l%c

Zcnda Gold Mining C0......I

200 Bendlx Aviation

1,300

15

28c
l%c
3c
67%c 75c

Prince Cons Mining Co....10
Tom Reed Gold Mines Co
1

UNLISTED

2,200
5,458
1,800
1,000
10,400
2,000

14%
23c

[ Mar. 20
,

;

Mar. 25

Mar.

5

May
Apr.

Mar. 17
i Jan. 21
t Jan.
15

June
June

12% July
26
July
9% July
9% July
8% July

t

June

May

i

[ Feo. 19
Jan. 15
Apr. 19
I Jan. 18

12% July 15
64% July 26

June
Jan.

21% July

30

[ July 26

May

6% July 26
117% July 22
15
July 22

June

\ Feb.

Feb.

May
Jan.

Jan.

18

4

j
Jan. 14
{ July 22
Feb. - 9
Jan. 12

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complete records of the dealings on the leading stock exchanges ot
calendar year to date, are furnished. In this department of
General Quotations we combine in one comprehensive whole, securities of all classes and descriptions, not only
those dealt in on the exchanges, but also leading unlisted and inactive securities.
The following is an index
v

In the earlier pfert of this publication

the country, for

the latest month and for the

to the different classes

of securities quoted <
'

■

Exchange Seats...

84

...................

91

Federal Land Bank Bonds.............

Foreign Government Bonds.............. 92
Industrial Bonds
.....
82

Joint Stock Land Bank

Securities—...111

85
Municipal Bonds—Domestic............. 91

Mining Stocks........

.................

Public Utility

93
Bonds.U«>»*>*l<**<>>^»«« 74

...............

85
99

Public Utility

Stocks. .

............ ......

79

Investing Companies Securities..........

78

Railroad Bonds.........................

68

Canadian.............................

....

Industrial Stocks
Insurance Stocks

.....

.....

...

Paga

Page

Page

79
lit
85
Textile Stocks
— 85
Title Guarantee and Safe Deposit Stocks— 85
United States Government Securities.... 91
United States Territorial Bonds.......... 91

Railroad Stocks

...——

... —

Real Estate Bonds

......

Land Stocks......

Real Estate Trust and

......

closing day of the month preceding the date of issue.
quotation Is a flat price—that Is, that the accrued Interest forms part of the price, and
therefore the purchaser does not have to provide for it separately In making payment.
In the case of income bonds and bonds in default, the price is
always "flat," and no designating mark is employed to indicate the fact.
_
,
1
Quotations for equipment bonds are based on average maturities.
Quotations for guaranteed stocks are "and dividend" that Is the accrued dividend must be paid in addition to the price.
It should be borne in mind in the use of these tables that the quotations for many Inactive and unlisted securities are merely nominal, but in all
eaaee the figures are obtained from sources which are considered reliable.
The following abbreviations are often used, viz.: "M" for mortgage, "g" for gold, "gu" for guaranteed, "end" for endorsed, "cons" for consolidated
"conv" for convertible, "s f" for sinking fund, "1 g" for land grant, "op" for optional.
%
:Jf.
The black-faced type in the letters showing the interest period indicates the month when the bonds mature.
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the
The letter "P prefixed to bond prices denotes that the

NOTICE—All bond prices

Bid

Bonds

RAILROAD BONDS

97

Alleghany Corn—
Coll tr conv 5s 1944

F&A
Coll & conv 5s 1949——-J&D
Coll & conv 5s 1950——A&O f
5s stamped 1950
A&O f

Allegheny Valgen 4s 1942..M&S
Allegheny & Western---

Equip 6s series D 1937
.J&J
Equip 5 Ms series E 1939—M&N 6
Equip 5s ser F. G & H, *41 -'45.6
Ann Arbor 1st g 4s 1995
Q-J
Ark & Mem Ry Bridge & Term—
1st M 5s 1964-—.-M&S
Aroostook Nor 6s g 1947——A&O
Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe—
Gen mtge gold 4s 1995
A&O
Adjustment 4s July 1 1995 Nov
Stamped
M&N
Conv g 4s of '09 due 1955. J&D
Conv g 4s '05 due 1955—J&D

108

1.00%

13M
5

>i

106
103 M

96

1.50
2.50

3.50

1.20%
1.50%
2.50%
70

102 M
110

113

110%
104M

UIK
105

105
106

105M

106
104
108 %

107%
106 %
109H
114

113

113 M

106

Rocky Mt Div 4s 1965—-J&J
Athens Terminal Ry—

/

32

Seab'd Air Line

Atlanta & Charlotte Air Line—
1st M 4MB 1944 ser A.....J&J
lot M 5s 1944 ser B
J&J

112

& Northern—

1946

J&D

1 2002—M&S
6s 1939...F&A
Atlantic City gu 4s 1951—..J&J
1st 5s ext May 1 1954—M&N
Atlantic Coast Line RR—
1st cons 4s July 1 1952-..M&8
1st cons 4s Mar

Atlanta Terminal

*16—M&N
1964--J&D
10-yr coll tr 5s May 1 '45.M&N
Lou & Nashv 4s Oct 1 '52.M&N
Equipment trust 4 Ms
—
Eq 4Mb 1938-41 E (yr>—F&A
Atlantic Coast Line (Conn)—
Irred ctfs of indebt 5s
J&D

113

45M

A&O

gtd g 5s 1941
J&J
Augusta Union Sta 4s 1953..J&J
1st mtge

1st M West Ext g 5s
Baltimore & Ohio—
1st M 4s g July
1st M 5s July 1

5s Jan

5s May 1940
1st m 5s 1967 ser AO

106

107

97 M

A&O
A&O

1st

Equip trust 3 Ms Dec. 11937-46
4s 1957 gu.M&S
103M Bluff Point Land & Imp 1st 4s *40
Boonville St L & Sou 5s '51.F&A
Boston & Albany 5s Oct '63—J&J
5s June 1942
J&D
5s July 1 1938
J&J
4 Ms inapt 1978—.
104
F&A
1st mtge 4M8 ser A1943..A&O
100
92 M
3 Ms Jan 1 1951-——.
J&J
Ref 3 Ms 1952 gu N Y O..A„
105
Boston St Maine (new) 5s Sept '41
96
4s-5s April 1947————......
1.25%
5s April 1944—
1.25%
6s June 1945-........—.....
5s Jan 1946.................

1st m 4Ms 1961 ser JJ
A&O
Equip trust 3 Ms Dec 1 1937-44
Eq 4Mb 1938-1943 (yr)
A&O
Equipment trust 5s
Boston & Maine (old)—
4s Aug 1942
...F&A
3s July 1950
105 M
J&J
110
Equip 5Ms 1937 (yr)
F&A
Eq tr 6s 1938 (year)
J&D
98
1st mtge gu g

76

100M
108

Conv deb 4s 1939 op
Gen unlfser A 4Mb

Boet & Prov deb 5s
1st

76

103 H

/This price includes accrued interest.

k Last sals.

m

Gen

4Ms Juy 15
6s 1938

/ 24
100

1947—J&J15

102 %
91

„

1947—F&A

—

Brooklyn & Montauk—
2d (now 1st) glold 5s 1938. J&D
Brunswick & Western—
1st mtge gtd 4s

37

/,--103
J&J
107 J

J&J15

m

Boston Term Co 3 Ms
4s 1950....

104

i01M
89

l.£
_.

Boston Rev Beach & Lynn—

1.50%
1.50%
1.00%
1.25%

102

•

101M

J&J

1938

108
101

Buffalo Creek 1st 5s 1941
J&J
1st ref 5s 1961
—J&J
Buffalo Rochester & Pittsburgh-

M&S
M&N

General 5s g 1937
Con g 4Mb 1957

Equip trust 5s 1938
J&D
Buff & Susquehanna RR Corp—_
1st 4s Dec 30 1963—

-

--_

&

80
2.00
0_..

07 M

J&J

Burl Cedar Rapids & North—
Con 1st & coll tr 5s g '34.-A&O
Certificates of deposit
Butte Anaconda & Pac 5s '44

F&A

Cambria & Clearfield—
1st 5s g 1941
Gen M g 4s 1955
Cambria & Indiana—

—

<

.

_

Eq tr 5 Ms 1938
M&N
Atl Ry 1st 4s 1955—J&J
Canada South 5s 1962 ser A.A&O
Canadian National Rys—

62.65

108 M

4Mb guar 1957

_

105
107

J&J
F&A

Canada

_

—

6 2.00
97 M
117 M

J&J

4Mb guar 1951....
M&S
4Mb guar 1956—.....
F&A
4Mb guar 1955
J&D 15

106 M

97 M

106
91X

91M

_

99 M

4s 1955
F&A
July 11938...

92

c

„

t

6
.

75%

Birm Term 1st g

102
105

-

M&S
..M&N

5s 1955 ser 2

99

Belt RR & Stk Yds (Indplis)lst ref gold 4s 1939
M&N
Belt Ry of Ohatt 1st 5s '45..J&J
Belvidere Del 1st 3 Ms 1943—J&J
Bessemer & Lake Erie—

1938-1947..M&S

m

1943

66M Boston & N Y Air Line—

5s series F 1996.M&S

Big Sandy Ry 1st g 4s 1944.. J&D
Birmingham Southern—

Conci—
.........

5s March 1942

47 M

5-yr sec notes 4 Ms 1939—F&A
Conv g 4 Ms 1960
F&A
Ref & gen 5s 1995 series A. J&D
Ref & gen 6s 1995 series O. J&D
Ref & gen 5s 2000 ser D..M&S

Eqtr 4Mb 1938-40 (yr)—M&N
Eq tr 4Ms '38-'41 O (yr)_.F&A
Eq tr 5s 1937 (yr)..
F&A
Eq tr 5s 1938 (yr)
F&A
Pittsb Lake Erie & W Va—
Refund gold 4s 1941—.M&N
S W Div 1st 5s 1950
J&J
Toledo & Oin Div 4s 1959.J&J
Bangor & Aroostook—
1st M 5« g Jan 1 1943
J&J
Cons refund g 4s 1951
J&J
4s stamped 1951—
Pis cat Div g 5s Jan 1943.. A&O
St Johns Riv Ext gu 5s '39.F&A
Van Bur Ext 5s g Jan '43.A&0
Washburn Ext 1st 5s *39—F&A
Battle Creek & Sturgis—
1st guar g 3s 1989........J&D
Bay City & Battle Crk 3s '89 J&D
Bedford Belt 1st 5s 1938
J&J
Beech Crk Ext 3 Ms 1951
A&O

1943

49

75

1938.M&N

1 1948
1948

Bid

73
113

Baltimore & Harrisburg Ry—

Equip tr 2Ms

107%

1949

48

5s May

108

J&J

Aug Term 1st gu g 6s 1947—A&O
Austin & Northwestern—

Ref & gen

62
108

113M

Conv g 4s of '10 due 1960.J&D
Conv deb 4 Ms 1948
J&D
Trans S L 1st g 4s 1958—-J&
Cal-Ariz lst&ref4Hs'62 opM&S




65

113M

93M

1st mtge guar 4s 1998....A&O
American Refrig Transit—

b Basis.

1st mtge gu g 4s

J&J

bonds.

Bonds

Ask

Boston St Maine (new)

J&J

4s July 1948

Atl & Danville 1st 4s 1948
2d g 4s 1948
Atlantic & Yadkin—

64

Y5P

.......—J&J

Gen 1st g

99

102

1945 series A.A&O /
63M
p Gen & ref 5 Ms 1945 ser B.A&O f
Alabama Great Southern—
in H
1st cons g 5s 1943 ser A—J&D
1st cons 4s 1943 ser B—..J&D
1
Bq trust 5s ser G 1938
A&O
Alabama Tennessee & Northern—
Prior lien 6s 1948
——J&J / 11M
3M
Gen income 6s Oct 1948...J&J J
Alabama & Vicksburg Ry—
103
1st M g 5s 1974 series A—M&N
102
Albany & Susq 3Ms g 1946..A&O

Atlanta Knoxville
1st mtge gold 5s

Bid

Bonds
Atlantic Coast Line of S O—

21

Gen & ref 6s

1st g 5s 1937
Atl & Birm.
See

marked "f" and income and defaulted

Mand interest" except where

Ask

_

1st 5s'40J&J
Adirondack 1st 4Mb 1942 gu M&S
Akron & Barb Belt g 4s 1942. J&D
Akron Canton & Youngs town—

Aberdeen &Asheboro

l.

are

94 M
86

89M

91

§9 M

1IB

n Nominal.

87

40-yr 5s guar 1970——F&A
5s guar July 1 1969....
J&J
5s guar Oct 1 1969..—...A&O
5s guar 1954
——F&A
16-year guar 3s 1950——.J&D
Guaranteed 3s 1944—M&N
Guaranteed 2s, 1938—...M&N

7-year guar 2s 1943——F&/
17-year guar 3s 1953
F&—
Eq tr 4 Ms 1938-1942 (gu) M&N
Eq tr 4Mb 1938-45 (ann).J&D
Equipment trust 5s.........
Canadian Northern—
S F deb 6Ms 1946

_

J&J

123 %

57]

RAILROAD

NOTICE—All bond prices
Quotations for all securities

are
are

Bonds

Bonds

Canadian NW4%s Oct 221943Canadian Pacific—
Cons deben 4s

20-yr coll

94
104
106%
101%
103 %

J&D

M S f 4%s Dec 15 1944—J&D 15
Coll tr 4%s 1960
J&J
Conv coll tr 6s 1942
M&S
•15-yr conv coll tr 4s 1949--J&J
i Cony coll tr
3%s 1951—F&A
»

,

Detroit Term & Tunnel—
1st guar 4 %s 1961

'■<. >

1946—M&S

Coll tr 5s 1954

Bonds

85

perpetual.-J&J

tr 4%s

BONDS

"and Interest" except where marked "t" and income and defaulted bonds
near as possible for the closing day of the month
preceding the date of issue

as

/110%
99%
95%

Eq tr 5s 1944.
J&J
114
Eq tr 4%s 1937-1945s-a-J&D b 2 80
g gu 4s 1949. _J&J f
68

Oatawissa Cons

107

1st 4%s 1949
Duluth & Iron Range—
1st 5s 1937

A&O

4s 1948

Cons gold 5s 1945
M&N /
Ref& gen 5%s 1959 ser B.A&O /
Ref & gen 5s 1959 ser O—A&O

103%
111%

Coll tr 5s ext'd to

b 4.00
/

29
12%

J

f

20
20

>

>

b

..

>

Prior lien gold 4s 1996
J&J
Gen lien gold 4s, 1996
J&J
Conv gold 4s 1953 ser A-.A&O
v

Series B

49

88%
88%

Erie &
Erie &

Certificates of deposit

Proof of claim riled

100

102

114%
111

112%

107%
112%

110%
107%

102%
2 25%

110%
60%

4s Jan 1

1947

J&J

104

62

47%
Eq tr 4%s 1937-1939 s-a.-M&N b 4.50
Girard Point St'ge 3%s *40—A&O
103
Goshen & Deckert'n 1st 5 %s 1978
100
2nd ext 6s 1979.
M&N j 94
Gouv & Osw 1st 5s g 1942^—J&D
102%
Gr R & Ind ext 4 %s 1941
J&J
108%
1st ext 3 %s 1941
J&J
101 %
Grand River Valley 1st 4s 1959
93
J&J

1st 4s Feb 15'42 Alb gu..M&N
Gen 4s 1962 Can Govt
gu-.J&J
Grand Trunk West 4s £ 1950.J&J
1st g gu 4s $ July 1 1950...J&J

85
100%
3.90
95

Great Northern—
1st & ref g4%s'61

113%

opt'41-J&J

Gen M 5%s 1952 ser B

J&J

Gen M 5s 1973 ser O
J&J
Gen 4%s 1976 series D
J&J
Gen 4%s 1977 series E—.l&J

Gen mtge 4s ser G 1946

J&J

Gen mtge 4s ser H 1946
J&J
Gen mtge 3%s ser I 1967—J&J

108
104

Eq
Eq
Eq
Eq

Chicago Lake 8hore & Eastern—
1st M 4%s 1969 opt 1919.J&D
111%
Chic Memp & Gulf oa 1940--J&J
Chic Milw & Gary 1st 5s '48-A&O / 21

tr 2s 1938-1947
tr 4%s 1937-1939

M&S

117%
112
105%
103%
124%
109%
94%
b
2.70

M&S b
tr 4%s 1938-1940 Diyr) J&J b
tr 5s 1937-1938 <yr)_—M&S b
Western Fruit Express—

Chic Milw St Paul & Pac RR—

189

24
7%

Greenbrier Cheat & Elk—
1st 5s 1944

49%

J&J

Green Bay &

Western—

4.85
4.85
5.10
5.10

1st

33%

5%s 1950

ser

A&O

B

1st 5s 1950 series O
Gulf& Ship Island RR—

36
34
38%

A&O

1st ref & term g 5s Feb '52. J&J

Stmpd

<

July 1 1933

k Last sale,

n

Nominal

1.40%

2.00

99

105%

v

Debenture ctfs A Feb
Debenture ctfs B Feb
Guantanamo & Western—
1st M 6s 1958 series A
J&J
Guayaquil & Quito 1st 5s *32 J&J2
Gulf Mobile & Northern—

—

cpn on).

J&J

/
/

60
10%

/

52%

/

104%

125%
109%
95%
2.00%
1.25%

2.00

101

W Va Midland Ext 5s '54-J&J
Greenbr Ry 1st g gu 4s '40-M&N

45
51%

121%
113

105%

1 50%

H

v v r

114%

2.10
1.50

Eq 58 J'ne lo'38-'39 iyr)J&D b
Eq tr 4%s 1938 1940—J&D b

Gulf Terminal of Mobile—
1st mtge g 4s 1957 gu




106

Eq tr 5s Dec 14 1937-'43 <yr)-_ 6
Grays Pt Term g 5s 1947
J&D

102

/This price includes accrued Interest

95%
95%
97%
95
92

(Mountain and Prairie)4s 1955
(Lake Superior) 4s 1955
1st 4s Feb 25 '39 Alb gu. -M&N

-

b Basis.

^

Ga Sou & Fla 1 st g 5s 1945---J&J
Deb 5s 1952
A&O

Grand Trunk Pacific—
1st M 3s 1962

38%

Equip tr 4%s "A" 1945.-A&O b
3.75
Chicago & Illinois Midland Ry—
1st mtge s 1 4%s ser A '56 M&S
97
Chicago Indiana & Southern Ry—
Con mtge g 4s 1956 guar—J&J
102
Chicago Indianap & Louisville—Ref M g 6s 1947 series A—J&J / 24
Ref M g 5s 1947 series B—J&J /
10
Ref M g 4s 1947 series O— J&J / 20
1st & gen 5s 1966 series A.M&N/
11%
1st & gen 6s May '66 ser B.J&J / 12
Monon Coal gu 5s '36 opt-J&D / 24
N on-cum income 5s 1955
/ 24
Chic Indianapolis & St Louis—
Short Line 1st 4s 1953——A&O
103%

.

93
97%
118%
J&J / 30
Ga & Ala Term 1st g 5s 1948-J&D /
25
Ga Caro & N 1st 5s g 1929
J&J
Ext at 6% to July 1 1934
/ 32
Georgia & Florida RR—
1st M 6s 1946 series A—M&N /
6%
Certificates of deposit
/
6
Georgia Fla & Ala 1st 6s '52.F&A /
15 j
Georgia Midland—
1st g 3s 1946
A&O
60
Ga RR & Bkg ref 6s 1951
A&O
120
J&J

-

92%

—

/
/
/
/

6%

106%

M&S

„

109%
108%

110%
117%

„

/
/
/
/
f
b
b
6
b

3%

Galveston Term 6s 1938
Genesee River 6s 1957
Ga & Ala 5s Oct 1945

108%
55.F&A /
5
Chicago & Alton RR—
'
Refunding g 3s 1949
A&O
50%
Chicago Burlington & Quincy—
Gen M 4s 1958
M&S
111%
1st & ref 4%sser B 1977—F&A
110
1st & ref g 5s 1971 ser A..F&A
116%
Illinois Div 3 %s '49 op *29.J&J
108
4s July t 1M9--^—UiJ&JL 111%
Chicago & Eastern 111 mew co)—
Gen M 5s May 1951
M&N / 30%
Certificates of deposit—,...
f 26%
Chicago & Eastern Illinois—
1st consol 6s gold 1934—A&O /101%
Chicago & Erie 5s 1st g '82._M&N
119

F&A /

3%

Galveston Houston & Henderson
1st lien & ref M 5%s 1938.A&0

WarmSpr Val 1st 5s g'41-M&S

A&O /

45

/

-

b 2.50
b 2.65
6 2 70
h 1.75
b 1.25
106

Conv adi 5s Jan 2000

11%
88

J&J
100%
J&J / 29

~

100

50-yr 5s 1975 series A

/
M&S

Certificates of deposit. _
Fort Dodge Des Moines & Sou—
1st 5s 1938
J&D /
Fort St Un Dep Det 4%s '41 J&J

Chesterf & Lancaster 5s

Chicago Milwaukee & St Paul—
Gen g 4s A May 1 1989
J&J
Gen g 3%s B May 1 1989.J&J
Gen 4%s May '89 series O-J&J
Gen 4 %8 May '89 ser E—J&J
Gen M 4 %s May *89 Ser F_J&J
Eq 4%s '38-'43 E & F <yr)_J&J
t Eq 4%a *38-'41 G & H «yr) J&J
Eq tr 58 '37-*40 ser B tyr).F&A
Eq tr 5%s 1938
A&O
Chicago & North Western—
Gen M 3%s g 1987
M&N
Gen M gold 4s 1987
M&N
Stmpd non-pay Fed inc tax.
Gen M 5s *87 stpd inc tax.M&N

2.00

Proof of claim filed--!
f
Amonded 1st con 4%s 1982
i Nov '32 and
May '37 coup).

99%

A&O

2.70
2.00

_

Fonda Johnstown & Gloversv—
Gen ref gold 4s 1950
J&J /
1st cons ref 4%s '52 opt—M&N

100%
100%
100

Chic June RR 1st 4s 1945—M&S
Chic June Ry & Un Stk \ds—
Coll tr ref 5s 1940.
A&O

2 AO

118

J&J

Eq 4%s '38-'41 H is-a)
Fla So 1st g gu 4s 1945
Florida West Sh 5s 1934

106%
121 %
97 %
97 %
100%

Chic Great West 1st 4s 1959.M&S f

s f 6s 1955
Pittsburgh—

„

102 "

108
108

Jersey

70

70,

Gen gu g 3%s ser B 1940—J&J
104%
Series C 1940
J&J
104%
Florida Central & Peninsula—
1st cons 5s gold 1943
J&J / 70
Florida East Coast 4%s '59-J&D / 71
1st & ref 5s 1974
M&S /
11

103 %

4s *89. J&J
J&J

Coll trust ref 4s 1940

A&O
A&O

M&N
A&O
Eq 4%s '38-'41 LL <s-a)-M&S b
Eqtr4%s 1937-43 .s-a)—M&S &
Equipment trust 5s
b
Equipment trust 5%s
b

2.50

f
1942—.M&N /

4s 1989

99
76%

-

-

con g

1953

Series D 1953
Ref & imp M 5s 1967
Ref & impt M 5s 1975

109 %
102

Chattanooga Sta 4s 1957 gu-.J&J
Chesapeake & Ohio—
1st cons g 58 1939
M&N
General 4%s gold 1992—M&S
Ref & imtp 3 %s D 1996- M&N
Ref & „mpt 3 %s ser E 1996 F&A
1%% notes. 1940
-—J&J
2%% notes, 1941
J&J
2% % notes, 1942
J&J
2%% notes, 1943
J&J
2%% notes, 1944
—J&J
2% % notes, 1945
—J&J

2d

103

Erie-

f

g

108
107

104

—

11

/
/
/

Eq tr 5s Dec 14 1937-'44 «yr)- 6 3.75
Char & W Carolina 5s 1946--A&O
Chatt Rome & Sou 1st 5s '47 J&J /
78

con

110%

-

Central RR of South Carolina—
1st ref 6s 1937-1976
Central Vermont Ry—

R & A Div 1st

107%

102

1st 6s 1910 ext at 4% 1950-J&J
Income 5s 2862
A&O
El Paso & R 11st gu 5s 1951 J&J
El Paso & Southwestern RR—
1st & ref 5s 1965
A&O
5s stamped 1965

95%
89

2%% notes. 1946
.J&J
Equip tr 2s 1938-1947
M&S
Eq tr 2%s 1938-1946
J&D
Eq tr 3s, 1937-1950
A&O
Eqtr4%s'37-40 (yr)—A&O
Eqtr 5s 1938 «yr)
-M&S 15
Craig Valley 1st 5s g 1940.J&J
Grain Elev 1st 4s 1938
A&O
Paint Creek Br 4s 1945—F&A
Potts Creek 4s 1946
J&J

77

113

Elgin Jol & East 5s 1941—M&N
Elmira & Williamsport—

4.00
4.00

b

M&N

Nor Div 1st g 4s 1948
A&O
Edmonton Dunvegan & British
Columbia Ry 4%s 1944--A&O

15

o

100%

Consol 1st g 5s 1956.
M&N
Eastern Ry of Minnesota—

27
15

Eq tr 4Kb '38-'40 ser P<yr)M&8
Eq tr 4%s *37-'40serQ<yr)M&N
Eq tr 5s 1938 (yrly)
J&D
Chatt Div gold 4s 1951—J&D
Macon & Nor g 5s 1946.— J&J
Mid Ga & Atl 1st 5s 1947—J&J
?
Mobile Div g 5s 1946
J&J
Oconee Div 1st 5s 1945
J&D
Cent New Eng 1st gu 4sl961 J&J
Central of New Jersey—
Gen M -now 1st) g 5s 1987-J&J
Gen M 4s 1987
J&J
Eq tr 4%s 1937-41 (yr)—F&A
Central Pacific¬
ist ref 4s g guar 1949
F&A
1st g guar 4s Oct 11954—A&O
Guar g 5s I960-,———F&A
European loan 4s 46 -—M&S
Central RR & Banking of Ga—
Coll tr g 5s 1937
M&N

A&O

1st extended 5s 1965
East Tenn Va &
Georgia—

79%

/

70

;

Duluth South Shore & Atlantic—

26
25

-

110

J&J

1st gold 5s 1937
J&J / 43%
Dutchess Co RR 4%s 1940—J&D / 100
East Penn 1st 4s 1958
M&S
106
East Tenn & Western N C—

71%

109

g

Cent Ark & East 1st 5s 1940.J&J
/
Cent Br Un Pac 1st g 4s *48- J&D /
Central of Georgia—
1st M g 5s Nov 1 1945
F&A /

114%
104

Detroit & Toledo Shore Line—
1st gold guar 4s 1953
J&J
Dexter & Piscataquis—
1

102%
103%
110%
100%
96%
115

103
111

M&N

Detroit Toledo & Ironton—
1st 5s Mar 1 1964
—J&J

2.10%

Carp Cent 1st

Caro Clinch & Ohio 5s 1938-J&D
1st cons 6s 1952 ser A._J&D 15
Carthage & Adirondack—
1st mtge guar g 4s 1981—J&D

94%
104%

10
101
95 1

92 %
92%

86

1.00%

RAILROAD BONDS

70

NOTICE—All bond prices are "and interest" except where marked "t" and income and
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the month preceding

H&Ha rtford.

N
RR
--J&J
M&N

Harl R & Portch—See N Y
Harris Ports Mt Joy & Lane
Ext 4s 1943
Hoboken Perry 6s

1946

89"
1195*
1.10%
1.10%

n

;

5s 1939
J&J
Lltchf & Madia 1st &Y959-M&N
Little Miami guar 4s 1962--M&N
Little Rock & Hot Spr West Ry~l

67"

s

_

6234

1st gold 5s 1957 opt—-__F&A
Adj inc up to 5% Feb 57-A&O /
1st M 434s 1957 conv
F&A

30

285*
66

1105*
10454
10454

J&J
----J&J

1st gold 4s 1951
1st gold 334s 1951
Main L ext 1st g 334s

'51-A&O

Pur

8154
7154
9134
7834
7834

70"

*53_M&N
M&N
g 4s 1955 opt 1918-M&N
liens 1st g 334s 1952--J&J

Col tr L N O & T g 4s
Ref mtge 5s 1955-

JtlstrefM (IC&OSL&
N O) 5s 1963 ser A
Series O 434s 1963

93"

85

76

7634

;•

^

J&D
J&D

40-year 45*s Aug 1 1966-F&A
Eq tr 434s 1937-1939 K—F&A

b

63
2.00

b

2.20

Eq tr 434s 1937-1940 L_. A&O
b
Eqtr 434s '38-'41 M (s-a)-M&N
b
Eq tr 434s 1937-41 Ser N.A&O
b
Eq tr 3s ser R 1937-1952M&S
Carlo Bridge 4s g 1950--J&D
Litch Div 1st g 3s 1951—J&J
Louisv Div 334s g 1953—J&J
Omaha Div 1st 3s g 1951--F&A
St Louis Div 334s g 1951— J&J
St Louis Div 3s g 1951—J&J

2.40
2.40

3.40

Eq tr 434s 1937 (year)
Equipment trust 5s
Atl K & Oin Div 4s

Macon Dublin &

9134

1st

98

9334
1.50
1.75

b
b

11254

109

8934
112

coll

Savannah—

9734
107

.

79
102 X

J&J

5s 1947

Conv

J&J

1965

_

1st ser—J&J
Equipment trust 5s
Equipment trust 534s—----Manila RR Sou Lines 4s '39-M&N
4s 1939 ext to 1959
Philippine Govt gu
M&N
3234 Manitowoc Green Bay & Western
1st gtd'334s 1941
-J&J
103 - Maryland & Pa 1st g 4s *51-M&S
1st cons A 6s 1963
.A&O
33
Memphis Union Station Co—
1st g gu 5s Nov 1 1959-— M&N
33
Meridian Term 4s '55 guar.M&N
33
Mexican International—
2.75%
1st con gold 4s 1977
M&S
Sept 1914 coupon on 1977-M&S
90
Sept 1914 coupon off 1977 M&S
100
Asst (cash warr & coup) —
Michigan Central—

£

103 34
7834
95
b £-90
b 2.90
83

/

634

impt 4

1st Mtge

(year).M&S

Eq tr 3s F Jan 1 1938-43.
Kansas City Terminal Ry—
1st g 4s 1960 opt 1930
Kansas Oklahoma & Gulf—

mx

,

b

-J&J

1978
J&J
Kentucky Cent 4s g 1987
J&J
Kentucky & Indiana Term RR
1st M 434s 1961 (sterling) .J&J
Acer int at exch rate 4.8665—
1st M 5s

accr int at rate 4.8665.
Plain
1961
J&J
1st mtge 4348 ungar 1961
Lake Erie & West 1st ext 4s 1947.

Stmpd

9534
101

Cong g ref 334s 1997
J&D
Leamington & St Clair 4s *45 A&O
Lehigh & Lake Erie 4 Ha '57.M&S
Lehigh & New England—
1st M gold 5s 1945
J&J
Gen mtge 4s ser A 1965
A&O
Lehigh Valley Harbor Term Ry—
1st mtge 5s 1954
F&A
Lehigh Valley—
1st 6s ext gold 4s 1948—J&D

96

843*
855*

'v- *>

95

1Q254

105

101

1093*

101

107

1005*

10254
'

9934
995*
104

10334

98

95

113
101

10034
104

Gen con go <1

as
63

9734

10534
75

75
37
68

IO2""

97

10434
101

10734

2.25%

3Ji
434
6%

84
64

57
52

88

89 v.

33

3434

10234

9l34

/

A—A&O 1

I®

54*
hi 3*

/

A&O /

B

36

5934

545*
59
57

UK
83
6734
....

60

8434

65"

Ref &

80

77
33

F&'A

b

34
63

3.35
85

1234
53
63

434
97
20
19

2234
52
18

84*

9834

3.00

Nominal.

873*
8034

N Y Cent equip trusts—
5s 1938-1939

90

1947

3d mtge 434s 1938
N Y & Greenwood Lake
Guar g 5s

N Y Lack & Western—

60"
8734

F&A

M&N
M&S
M&S

gold 4s 1941——M&S

General 1st 5s 1941

71
67

2.50%
86

„

1st & ref 4s ser A 1973...M&N
1st & ref 434s 1973 ser B—M&N
New York & Long Branch—
General

7634
6654

NY & NE Bos Ter 4s

38

N Y New Haven &

U54
173*
2.00%
2.50%

2.25%

1003*
9954

99

9634
8234
>

1

103 34
2.75
1.50

3-25
10834
10934

97

8354i
1045*
2.00%
1.00%
2.40%

1095*

1083*
105

102

9834
101

70

9734

97

H

103

10334

10634

1073*

Hartford—

conv—J&J15

3934

395*

Deb 4s May 11957
M&N
Deb 4s July 1 "55 non-conv J&J
Deb 4s 1956 non-conv—_M&N

Wi

2134
373*

Deb 6s

Deb

4s

Jap 15 '48

363*

38

1947 non-conv—-M&S

25

3634

M&S

26

4034

323*

34
38

334s March 1947

1954 non-conv—A&O
1956 conv
.J&J
15-year secured 6s 1940—-A&O
1st & ref 434s 1967
J&D
Equip tr 434s Sept 15 1937 to
Mar 15 1945

3734

2.60
100»32

109
M&S
1939-A&O /100

Deb 334s
Deb 334s

383*

1.25%
1.25%
2.00%

b

A—F&A

M

8834
9154
9054

1.75

M&N

1946

983*
106

1.75

M&N

23*s Mar 151938-1952
*
jo & St Louis—
1st gold 4s 1937
——A&O
3-year 6s Oct 11938-.-—--—
Ref 534s 1974 ser A
A&O
Ref 434s 1978 ser C
M&S
10-yr coll tr 4s 1946
F&A
Equip tr 434s 1937^*44 (yr)F&A
Equip tr 5s 1937-'38 (yr)—F&A
Equip trust 3s July 1 1938-'51
New York Connecting RR—

B

1035*
107

2.60

J&D

—M&S

N Y Chi

1st M 4 34s 1953 series
1st guar 5s 1953 series
New York & Erie RR—

9754
885*
983*

99

N Y & Har 1st g 334s 2000—M&N
N Y & Hob Fy 5s May '46—J&D

35*

3.75

98

1043*

tax-exempt--J&J

A 2013—A&O
1998
F&A
M C coll tr g 334s 1998—F&A
Spuyten Duyvil & Pt Morris—
334s 1959
J&D

1st 4s ext g

§53*
39

173*

1942

2d ext 5s 1939

3.55%

353*

if*

10351
10631

Ref & ref 4 34s ser
L S coll tr g 334s

434s Mar 15 1938-'39
4 34s 1938-1945

3734
353*

36

A&O

impt 5s 2013 O

Deb 4s

Deb

37

98

10-year 33*s sees f 1946—A&O
3 3*s conv secured 1952—M&N
New York Central & Hud RIv—
Ref g 334s July 1 1997—J&J

93

77

H°5H

Newport & Kichfor Is 5s 1941.
New Bbrk Central RR—
Cons mtge 4s 1998 ser A—F&A
Ref & impt 4 34s 2013 A—A&O

2234

/ 21

55

3.00%

.

84
.

(old company)—
gold 4s 1990
J&D
Mo Pacific RR (new company)—
V*
1st & ref 5s Jan 1965 A—_F&A
Certificates of deposit
106
118
1st & ref 5s 1977 ser F...M&S
98
Certificates of deposit—
52
1st & ref 5s 1978 ser G—M&N
Certificates of deposit
5534
1st & ref 5s 1980 ser H...A&0
6334
Certificates of deposit
1st & ref 5s 1981 ser I—.F&A
9854
Certificates of deposit
10534
Conv g 534s 1949 ser A—M&N
8134
Secured 53*s 1937-1956-.J&D
Equip trust 5s 1938 *40(yr)M&S
Eq tr 434s '38-'44 F (yr)..M&N

n

9234
1.00%

28

Newport & Cincinnati Bridge—
1st M g 434s 1945 guar
J&J

Mo Kan & Tex

f Price includes accrued interest, k Last sale

8434

deposit
/
1st 5s 1956 series O
F&A / 54
51
1st M 434s 1956 series D—F&A'
3.75
Equip trust 434s

10534

if!

1938-1952

95

_

Ref & impt 434s 52 ser A—J&J
New Orl Term 1st 4s 1953--J&J
New Orleans Texas & Mexico—
Non-cum inc 5f'35 ser A—A&O

1st M 534s 1954 series

Minneapolis & St Louis—
1st 7s *27 ext at 6% 1932—J&D /
55
1st consol gold 5s 1934—M&N
1034
Certificates of deposit....
534
1st refdg gold 4s 1949
M&S
Ref & ext 5s Feb *62 ser A.Q-F
Certificates of deposit..—..
Minneapolis Northfield&
95
Southern Ry 1st6s '41--M&S
Minn St P & Sault Ste Marie—
193*
1st cons gold 4s 1938-—..J&J
1834
1st cons gold 5s 1938
J&J
2134
1st cons 5s 1938 gu int
J&J
2d M gold 4s guar 1949—J&J
IB"
1st ref 6s 1946 series A
J&J
8234
1st ref 534s 1978 ser B
J&J
25-year 534s 1949
—M&S
M*
86
Secured notes 5s 1938—F&A
3.75
Eq tr 4s *37-'38 s-a
J&D15
M St P & SS M & Cent Term Rylst Ch Ter s f 4s '41op'16. M&N
65
Minn Terminal 1st 3 34s *50. -J&J
103
Minn/Transfer Ry 35*s 1956.J&O
Missouri Illinois Bridge and Belt
86
RR cons 4s 11951
J&J
Mo-Illinois RR5s 1959
J&J t MX
85
Mo & 111 Bdg & Belt 4s 1951
98
Mo Kans & Okla 5s 1942—M&S
Missouri-Kansas-Texas RR—
76
Prior lien 5s 1962 ser A
J&J
Prior lien 4s 1962 ser B
J&J
66
Prior lien 434s 1978 ser D.J&J
Adj M 5s Jan 1967 ser A—A&O / 66
Eq tr 2 34s

Northern—

50-year 1st 5s 1983
J&J
Income deb 5s 2032
J&J
New Orl & Nor East 6s 1915
Extended at 5% 1940——M&N

97

1043*
1043*
104

1943—A&O

1st

Gen

b Basis,

95

10134
11334

96

Lehigh Valley Ry of New York
1st 4Mb gold 1940
J&J
Lehigh Vail Term 5s 1941..A&O
Lehigh & N Y 1st 4s 1945—M&S

50

4734

10934

116

gold 4s 2003
M&N
434s 2003..M&N
gold 5s 2003
M&N

;

100

...J&D

cons

1035*

1.25%

Con M 434s ann irred....J&D

Con M 6s ann irred

1063*

10854

1st mtge 58 ext at 3 % to '46 J&J
2d 5s 1941
J&J
Lake Shore & Mich South—

New Orleans Great

_

2.00%

8*

93

5: 4H

.

2,75

10934

Valley—5s

9734
8934

39

254

t^

(Foreign series) 1960—-—J&D
of N J 1st 6s 1910
1940
—A&O

50

,

Certificates of

1942--M&N
td

109

103

23*

ext at 5% to

2.00

b

1950—M&S

General 5s Jan 1 1938————
New Lon Nor 1st 4s 1940
J&J

Certificates of deposit.——

Adj M Apr 1 *53 ser A
Sept
/
Adj 5s series B 1953 Sept
Milwaukee & Northern—
1st ext 434s 1939—
.....
Con ext 434s 1939
—
Cons 6s 1913 ext at 434% to
1934 (1884)--J&D
Mil Sparta & NW 1st 4s 1947M&S
Mil&State Line 1st 334s 1941. J&J /

92
82 V

N J & N Y 1st ext 5s

2.20%

Midland

95
97

Income 5s Mar 1934

2.25%

U

8834

~

1st 5s 1954 series

1939——M&N
1940--J&J
1957-J& J10
-M&N
bonds

39

6*8*

94

M Air L 4s

Midi RR 4% franc

101
101
101

!S

70

1st g 4s Jol & N Ind
1st gold 334s 1952

Middlesex Val 1st 5s

30

98

117

Mb 1979 ser C. J&J

1st 5s Kal & S H

8354
283*

2734

'

M&S

2#

64

_

Ref &

27"

...M&S
M&S /

4s, 1938
1977

Secured 5s 1938

wiC1

16

■

7434

Eq 434s 1938-41 (yr)...J&J15
98
Eq tr 5s 1938 (s-a)
M&S
98
Eq tr 5s 1938-39 (year)—J&J
36
Montgom Div g 5s 1947—F&A
Mohawk & Malone—
86
1st guar g 4s 1991
M&S
68
Consol gold 334s 2002—M&S
89
Monon Coal—See Ohic Ind & Lou
21
Monongahela Ry Co—
107 X
1st mtge 4s ser A 1960--.M&N
118
117
Monongahela Sou 5s 1955—A&O
123
Gen 6s 1955
A&O
10934 Montana Wyoming & Southern—
45
1st mtge gold 5s 1939
M&S
104
J&J
10734 Montauk Ext 1st 5s 1945
94
10934 Montgomery & Erie 1st 5s 1956105
10454 Montour RR 1st 5s 1963—.F&A
88
995* Morris & Essex 334s 2000—J&D
9434
Constr'n 5s 1955 ser A
M&N
95
Oonstr'n 434s 1955 ser B-M&N
1.00%
1.25% Nashville Chattanooga & St L—
1st M 4s 1978 ser A
F&A
1.50*
Eq tr 434s 1937(yr)
A&O
3.10
Eq tr 23*s 1938-1952
M&S
Nashville Florence & Sheffield
90
1st guar gold 5s 1937
F&A
National Rys of Mexico—
3
Prior lien g 434s s f 1957—J&J
Gen mtge 4s 1977
A&O
Nat RR of Mex p 1 g 434s *26 J&J
r; 82
1st cons gold 4s 1951
A&O
104
Naugatuck 1st 4s 1954
M&N
New Eng cons 4s 1945 gu
J&J
Consol g 5s July 1 1945—J&J jr
104
48
N Hav & No Ham 4s 1956 guJ&D
79
10034
N J June 1st 4s gu 1986——F&A

--

Midland

J&J

Gen gold

10234
10334
10334
1.5034

6534

105 X

J&D

Sept 1
3s 1950 A&O
1 1950--J&J

__,.

,

& coll 4s ser A '45 J&D
gen 434s ser A 1960-J&D

Secured 6s 1959

_




104

1st mtge

Joplin Union Depot Co—
105
1st g 4 34s 1940 guar opt_M&N
105
1st 5s June 1 1944—-—J&D
Kalamazoo Allegheny &
10234
Grand Rapids gtd 5s *38--J&J
Kal & Sou Haven—See Mich Cent
Kalamazoo & White Pigeon RR
1053*
1st gold 5s 1940-J&J
106
Kanawha Br & Ter 5s 1948-A&0
Kana & Mich 1st 4s 1990--A&O k 10154
Kan City Ft Scott & Memphis—
Ref g 4s 1936 guar
A&O / 48
/ 47
Certificates of deposit
93
K C Mem & Bir 4s 1934
M&S

To be paid.

108

-----

Maine Central—

H

•

10734

4s *52 gu

Macon Terminal 5s

9834

,

1967—J&J

4s 1959 guar

con

10854

-J&J
J&D

L & N Term 1st g

Clearfield

Joliet & Northern Ind 4s 1957

Gen

115

1955—M&N
'46.F&A

gold 4s, 1952

8354
95

J&D

Southern Ry Joint Monon

99"

975*

18

/

10734

Ref & ext 5s series B

Eqtr 534s 1937-38

2.70

8334
8754

South East & St Louis Div—
2d mtge 3s 1980
M&S
Mob & Mont 434s 1945—M&S

93"

6s July 1 1967

Kan City Sou—1st g
Ref & Impt 58 Apr

103
2.00

Pad & Mem Div 1st 4s

_

1st g

103

Louisville & Nashville—

1.50%
1.60%
1.75%
i.75%
2.50%
1065*

_

Jamestown Frank &

1023*

95

90
72

J&J
J&J

4s 1945

Ref & impt 4 34s

10354

_

Unified gold 4s 1940-——-J&J
1st & ref 5s 2003 ser B
A&O
1st & ref 434s 2003 ser O—A&O
1st & ref 4s ser D 2003—-A&O
1st & ref 35*8 ser E 2003--A&O

g

Mobile & Ohio—

105

10234

1st mtge gold 5s 1946
J&J
Louisville & Jeffersonville Bridge
Guaranteed gold 4s 1945--M&S

67
64

97
Sp'field Div ext 334s 1951 J&J
western lines g 4s 1951—F&A
Indiana Bloomington & Western—
101
1st ext 4s 1940
A&O
Indiana Harbor Belt RR—
Genl mtge 4s 1957
—J&J 105
112
Gen mtge 434s 1957
—J&J
Indiana Illinois & Iowa—
1st gold 4s 1950
—-J&J 103 X
Indianapolis & Louisville—
1st guar 4s 1956
J&J f —
Indianapolis Union—
993*
Ref & imp M 3 Mb ser B *86 M&S
Internat-Great North Ry—
30
1st M g 6s 1952 series A—J&J
95*
AdJ M 6s July 1952 ser A.April
29
;• 1st M 5s 1956 series B
J&J
27
1st M 5s 1956 ser C
-J&J
3.90
Eq tr 434s 1938-42 (yr)— A&O
Internet Rys (Central America)—
855*
1st M 5s 1972 opt
M&N
975*
1st 1 & ref 634s 1947
F&A
103
Interstate Transf Ry 5s 1945-J&J
Iowa Cent 1st g 5s 1938
J&D
15
Certificates of deposit———
554
1st & ref g 4s 1951
M&S
Jacksonville & Gainesville &
OX
Gulf Ry 1st 5s 1951
A&O 1
Jackson Lansing & Saginaw92
lst 334s Sept 1 1951
Jacksonville Terminal—
105
1st 5s July 1 1939
10534
Ref & ext 5s series A 1967--J& J
_

Gen M

Louisville Henderson & St Louis—

7034

7034
663*

Mobile & Birmingham—
Prior lien 6s, 1945

29

25

/

A&O

1st M gold 5s 1935

89

1st g 3s sterling 1951
M&S
Coll trust gold 4s 1952—A&O

Ref

108

1st gold 4s 1939 guar
J&J
Long Dock cons 354s 1950—A&O
Long Island—
Unified g 4s, 1949
M&S
Gen mtge gold 4s 1938
J&D
Refunding mtge 4s 1949—M&S
4s stamped 1949-—M&S
b
Equip tr 5s 1938-39 (yr)..A&0
b
Equip tr 434s 1941-45 (yr).F&A
Los Ang-Pac Co ref 4s 1950—J&J

Louisiana & North Western—

103"

101

,

95 X

M&N

4%

101

Louisiana & Ark 5s A 1969-- -J&J

Illinois Central—

153*

153*

4s 1975.M&S /

3d 7a ext to July 1938 at

_

Hocking Valley Ry—1185*
1st cons gold 434s 1999—J&J
Eq tr 6s 1938 (ann)
A&O b 1.70
b
1.70
Eq tr 6s 1938-1939 (yr)...J&J
Holidaysburg Bedford & Cumb
106
1st M g 4s 1951 guar
-J&J
Holyoke & West 43*s 1951-- A&O
Housatonic con 6s 1937
M&N
Hudson & Manhattan—

122

120

Lex & East'n 1st gu 5s 1965—A&O
Lincoln Park & Charlotte—

Mo Pac (old)—Gen

Ask

Bid

Bonds

Ask

Bid

Bonds

Ask

Bid

Bonds

defaulted bonds
the date of issue

(s.-a.)-.M&Sl5

Equipt tr 4348 '37-*46 (yr).J&J
Equipment trust 5s..—
Har Riv & Pt Ohes 4s '54 M&N
N Y & N J Ferry 5s 1946
J&J

25

52

3934
3.75
375
3.50
9134
74

5834
403*
3.00%
3.00%
2 25%

943*

aug., 1937]

RAILROAD

NOTICE—All bond prices

are as near as

Bonds

Bonds

New York Ontario & Western—
Ref 1st g 4s June 1992
M&S
Gen M g 4s 1955 red-.
J&D
N Y Pennsylvania & Ohio—
Prior lien ext
4%s, 1950.-M&S
N Y Phil & Norf—1st
g 4s '39 J&J
:,:i
„

N
N
N
N

Income 4s Jan 1 1939
Stock trust ctfe 4s 1948
Y
Y
Y
Y

20

N Y Susq & Western—
1st refunding 5s 1937

14*
109 %

103%

1st p 4s 1937 s f oPt gu—J&J
Piedmont & Northern—

25

102%

25%

1st mtge 3%s 1966—-—J&O
Pitts Bessemer & Lake Erie—

94

104%

95%

J&J
2d mtge 4 %s 1937
F&A
Gen mtge. 5s g 1940——-F&A
Term 1st g 5s 1943
.M&N f
N Y Westchester & Bos

Philippine Railway—,

Cons gold 5s 1947—
Pitts Oin Chic & St Louis-—

Ref & imp 4%s 2047

4sseries D 1945

Q&J

12

26
25

80%
106%
117 %

gu

105%

95%

1938A&0

96%

75

110%
100%
100%
1.20%
2.00%
2.00%

104%

North Penna 1st 3%s, 1953—J&J
103
Gen g 3 3-10s 1953
J&D
98%
Northwestern Terminal RR—
1st M 5s 1977
An .-Apr / 40

^5s 1948.--.^.—. /
Norwich & Worcester 4 %s '47M&S
Ogdensburg & Lake Champlian—
1st guar g 4s 1948
J&J
Ohio Connecting 4s 1943
M&S
Ohio Ind & Western 5s 1938
Ohio & Little Kanawha5s '5CM&S
Old Colony RR 4s 1938
J&J
1st M 5%s 1944
F&A

107

117%
118%

1st & ref 4

%8 series B 1981
Pennsylvania RR—
Con M 4s gold 1943——M&N
Con M 4s gold 1948
M&N
Con M 48 gold 1948
sterling

stamped dollar—
M 4%s gold 1960
g 4%s 1965

Con
Gen
Gen
Gen
Gen
Deb
Gen

M&N
F&A
J&D

g 5s Dec 1 1968
J&D
M 4%s 1981 ser D—A&O
M 4%s ser E 1984
J&J

4%s

1970

.A&O

M 3%sser C 1970—A&O

Conv deb 3%s 1952—____A&O
30-yr secured 4s 1938-1964. J&J 6

Eq tr 5s 1938 (yr)
M&S
Gen equip 5s 1937-39 (yr).A&0
Eq tr 4%s 1937-39 (yr)__A&O
Eq tr 4s series E 1938-1949 J&J

98

IV*
98
95
106

98

91%

92%

25

27

92%

96

60

'

102%

103 %

105
100 %6

105%

104%

105%

105

104

107%
100%
101%
102%

100

100%
101

104%

106

108

113%
113

113%

120%
111%
117%
107%
107%
102%
99%

121
112

118%

108%
108

102%
100

105%
3.50

2 80

Eq tr 2%s ser H '38-'52__M&N
2.75
Peor & East cons 4s 1940—A&O
90
2d cons inc 4s 1990
Apr 1 /
Peoria & Pekin Union Ry—
1st g 5%s 1974 series A
F&A
108
Peoria Ry Ter 4s '37 gu op...J&J
/ 69
Pere Marquette Ry—
1st g 5s July 1956 ser A..J&J
102
1st g 4s July 1956 ser B—J&J •c 93
1st 4%s 1980 ser C_._—M&S
95®
Equipment trust 4%s—
6
2.90
Equip trust 2%s 1938-46—J&J 6
2.75
Perkiomen 1st 5s. 1938——Q-J
101
2d 5s. 193
Q-J
101
Phlla & Bait Cent 4s 1951—M&N
105
Phila Bait & Washington—
1st gold 4s 1943—......M&N
111%
Gen 4s April 1 1960—...A&O
106%
Gen 5s 1974 series B—..F&A
118
Gen M 4%s 1977 ser O— J&J k
114%
Gen 4%s series D 1981-.J&D
112%

1052*
2.25
1.00
1.20

1.20 y0
2.25%

2.00%
92

10%

....

,

109

71%

_

102%
96
a

06%

2.35%
2.25%
101%
101%

„

b Basis.

illpii
■




5

13%
40

108%

113%

87

85%
2.75%
2.50%

99

107

13%
80
98

75
83

107

1st

M

104

k Last sale,

n

Nominal.

73
95

97%

98%

2.00

2.00
2.00

71,^

1.25%

1-25%

l.g§%
73
103%
103%

& St

99%
91

/

17

J&D
J&J /

70

Louis Ry—

90
70
109
92

74

:

109%
99%
100

33%

75
79
35

21%

/
/

24%
21%
24%

72%

20%
23%
21

25

23%
21%

99

101

98
97

100
99

85

jk 42%

85%
53

/

30

33%
1.50%

ft

2 50

1.50%
2.50%

ft 3.50

103

J&D

102

105

109
103

W-B—

Berwick RR 5s 1952
111
A&O
Tampa & Gulf Coast—
1st g 5s 1953
A&O / 13
Tampa North 1st 5s '36 opt.J&J / 53
Tampa Union Sta 5s 1940.-M&N
95
Tampa Un Term 4-6%s '53.-J&J / 45
Tavares & Gulf 5s A 1935-— M&S
Term RR Assn
(St Louis)—
1st gold 4%s 1939
A&O
1st consol gold 5s 1944
F&A
Gen ref s f g 4s 53
opt '10i -J&J
Terre Haute & Peor 5s

Gen & ref 5s 1977 ser B-.-A&O
Gen & ref 5s 1979 ser O—A&O
Gen & ref 5s 1980 ser D
J&D

Eq tr 5s 1937-1939
M&N 6
Eq tr 4%s 1938-42 (yr)-—A&O 5
Eq tr 4%s 1938-43 (yr)—F&A 6
Equipment trust 4s
b
...

Tex Pac-Mo Pac Term RR—
1st M g 5%s 1964
M&S
Toledo Canada Southern & Dot—
1st 4s 1956
J&J
Toledo & Ohio Central—
Ref &
imp M 3 %s ser A *60 J&D

110

105%

122

123
102%

102

104

102%
2.00
2.85
2.85
2.85

2.25%

109%

110%

104%
105

103

Transylvania RR 1st 5s 1956.J&J
Tulsa Un Dep 1st 4%s '59..J&J

80

112%

102

103%
96%

106%

100

109

110

M&N

lI6"

104%
78%
107

94

121%

17%

108%

98

gu

107%

116%

1st mtge 4s ser B 1967
J&J
Toledo St Louis & Western—
1st gold 4s
April 1 1950—A&O
Tol Term 1st 4%s '57

104%

16%

14

106%

St Mary's Div 1st 4s 1951 F&A
Toledo Peoria & Western RR—

119%

24%

/

1942-M&S
Texarkana & Ft Smith—
1st M 5Hs 1950
guar
F&A
Texas City Term 6s 1941-J&J '26
Texas & NO con 5s 1943
J&J
Texas & Pacific Ry—
1st gold 5s 2000
.J&D

Tol Walhouding Valley & Ohio
1st g gu 4s 1942 ser O
M&S
Toronto Hamilton & BufTalolst gold 4s June 1 1946
J&D
Consol M 4%s 1966 ser A. F&A

/ 20%
/

25

A&O

inc 6s 1938
coup.M&N
Susquehanna Bloomsburg &

17%

(s-a) M&S ft 2.50

123%

104%

72
94

102%

Sunbury Hazleton &

87%
20%
23%

M&N

..J&J

104%

1st M

.......

& ref 5s 1972..

72

100%
106%

J&J

1st 3s Dec 1 1989
Suffolk & Car con 5s 1952
Sullivan Co RR 6s 1944

1%
72%
33%

Certificates of deposit stpdEq tr 5s 1937 (year)
M&!
Eq 4%s 1938-'41 BB (yr).F&;

1st

2.00
2.15

Develop & gen M g 4s '56-A&0
Develop & gen 6s 1956
A&O
Develop
gen 6%s 1956--A&O
Equipment trust 5 %a

& Sou Texas—
1st M guar g 5s 1940
J&J

21

Pacific ext 1st 4s £
1940...J&J
St Paul Union Depot—

Southern Railway—
1st consol g 5s 1994

Sturgis Goshen

T

Certificates of deposit

Mortgage 4s Dec 1 1996—J&D
St Paul East Gr Tr 4
%s '47—J&J
St Paul & Kansas
City Short Line
1st guar 4%s 1941
..F&A
St Paul Minn & Manitoba—

M&S
M&N

Stephonville Nor

106%

Prior lien 5s 1950 series B.J&J
Certificates of deposit..
Cons in 4 %s 1978 ser A
M&S

St Paul & Duluth—
1st consol g 4s 1968

92%

M&S

w

104

Prior lien 4s 1950 series A- J&J

Equipment trust 5s
Equip tr 4%s 1938-1945—J&J

1 '49..J&D

J&J
St Louis Div fst
96%
g 4s 1951-J&J
Mobile & O coll tr 4s '38-M&S
89%
Spartanburg Un Col 4s 1995.J&J
95
Spokane Falls & Nor 6s 1939.J&J
107
Spok Internat 1st g 5s 1955.J&J / 22%
Stark Elec RR 1st 7s 1952—J&D
/
17
Staten Isld Ry 4 %a 1943
103
J&D

106

M&S f

J&J
J&J

87%
76

g 5s 1996

Ry—

J&J

8%

8%

'

Aiken Branch 4s 1998
J&J
E Tenn
reorg lien 5s 1938 M&S
1st Mem Div

109%

Certificates of deposit
St L Peo & N W 5s
1948
J&J /
8t Louis-San Francisco
Ry—

1st term & unif 5s 1952
Gen & ref 5s ser A 1990
Eq tr 5%s 1938-1939

30%

27

122%

Eq tr 5s 1938-39 (s-a)
M&S
Eq tr 4_%s Oct '37-39 (s-a)A&O

109

1st gold 4s 1947
-J&J
St Lawr & Adirond 5s
1996--J&J
2d gold 6s 1996
A&O

Equipment trust 4s

2.00%
1.00%

104%

4%s 1957
J&J
Ruti Can 1st
g gu 4s 1949
J&J
Rutland con 4%s 1941
J&J
St Clair Mad & St Louis Belt—
Alton Bridge 1st g 4s '51--J&J
St Johns & L Cham 5s
1944-M&S
St Joseph & Grand Island—

St Loufe
Southwestern—
1st g 4s 1989
2d g inc 4s Nov 1989

107%

109

1st colltr 48 1949
opt
A&O
Rock Island Ark & Louisiana—

1st guar 4%s 1934
Rock Island-Frisco Term

/ 15%

67%

Stamped (Fed tax) 1955-J&J
95
107

1st g 4s Nov 1 1948——I-M&N
Rich & Peters 4%s 1940
A&O
Richmond Term 1st 5s 1952-J&J
Richmond-Washington Co—
Coll tr g gu 4s 1943
opt..-J&D
Rio Gr June 1st gu 5s 1939
J&D
Rio Gr So 1st g 4s 1940
J&J
1st g 48 guar 1940—
J&J
Rio Gr West 1st 4s 1939
J&J

Gen cons gug 5s 1963
A&O
Southern 111 & Mo Bridge Co—
1st M g 4s 1951
M&N
South Indiana 1st g 4s 1951.-F&A
Southern Pacific Co—

Southern Pacific RR Oal—
1st con g 5s
(guar) 1937.-M&N
1st ref g 4s 1955 opt 1910—J&J

104

1.75

13

Seaboard & Roanoke 5s 1931.J&J
Seacoast RR prior lien 5s '48-A&O
Shamokin Sun bury &
Lewiso'g—

4%s 1969 with warr
M&N
10-yr secured 3%s 1946
J&J
Equip 5s 1938-1939 (yr)__M&N
Eq tr 4%s 1938-40 (yr)
J&D
Eq tr 4%s 1938^1 (yr)—J&D
Pacific Fruit Express—
Eq 5s 1938-39 O (yr)_._M&S
Eq 58 1938-41 D (yr)
A&O
Southern Pacific (Golden Gate
Ferries) 1st 5%s 1949
A&O

107

106%

9

14%

deposit

40-year 4%s 1968
50-year 4%s 1981

99%
107

94

26%

(Oregon Lines)

110

.

i It*

Series A 1977

118

/

of

Coll tr 4s (OP) Aug
1st 4%s

108%
119

Port Reading 1st gu 5s 1941—J&J
Potomac Val 1st gu 5s g 1941-J&J
Prov Sec deb 4s 1957 gu
M&N

A

26%
•

2d ext'd 5s 1945
-J&J
106
Shrev Bdg & Ter 5s '55
91
gu
F&A
Sioux City & Pac 3
%a 1936._F&A f. 36
Somerset Ry 1st & ref 4s '55
J&J
66%
1st M 4s July 2 1950
J&J
67*
South Bound RR 1st 5s 1941 A&O
/ 32
South & North Alabama—

89

84%
84

3.50
3.25

ser

F&A
F&A
Atlanta-Birmingham Div—
1st g 4s May 1 1933
M&S /
Seab-All Florida Ry—
1st gu 6s 1935 series A
F&A
Certificates of deposit..
/
1st gu 6s 1935 ser B
F&A

Certificates

92

5s 1961
—J&J
Portland & Rumford Falls—
5s 1951
M&N

113"""

/This price includes accrued interest,

II

5

103

Guar

Salt Lake City Union
Depot
and RR 1st 5s 1938
M&N

_

,

117%
117%
107%

::::

84%

6s 1945

Certificates of deposit
notes 1931
Receiver ctfs 2-3 Ks '45

& Coal—

5s 1942-——J& J
4s 1943-M&N
Ry—
1st M 4%s 1958 ser A
J&D
1st M 4%s 1959 ser B
A&O
1st M 4%s 1960 ser O
A&O
Eqtr 3%s Apr 1 1938-1946—Eq tr 2%s 1937-1946
J&D
Pitts Young & Ashtabula—
1st gen 4s series A 1948—J&D
1st M 5s 1962 series B
F&A
1st gen 5s 1974 series C—J&D
1st 4%s series D 1977
J&D
Portl (Me) Term gu 4s 1961-J&J
gu

cons

12
15%

/
M&S /

5% secured

6% receivers' ctfs 1927—F&A /
12%
Pittsburgh & Shawmut—
1st s f g 5s 1959
——J&D /
Pitts Shenango & Lake Erie-—
115
1st gold 5s 1940
---A&O
115
Cons 1st g 5s July 1 1943—J&J

St Louis City see Pac of Mo
St Louis Iron Mt & Sou—
Riv & Gulf Divs 4s 1933-M&N

109

1.50
1.65
1.65

-

18

97

Pa & N Y Canal

con 5s 1939 A&O
Cons mtge 4%s 1939
..A&O
Cons mtge 4s 1939
A&O
Penn Ohio & Detroit RR—
1st & ref 4%s 1977 ser A.-A&O

107

14

Pennsylvania Company—
28-year secured 4s 1963—-F&A
Gu tr ctfs g 4s 1952
.M&N
Gu tr ctfs g 3%8 1937——M&S
Gu tr ctfs g 3%s 1941
F&A
Gu tr ctfs g 3%s 1942—J&D
Gu tr ctfs g 3%s 1944
J&D

Pitts Shawmut & Northern—■
1st gold 5s 1949
——J&A
Gold 4s Feb 1 1952--—F&A /

Reading Company—
Jer Cent 4s '51 opt *06--.A&O
Gen&ref4%s 1997 ser A--J&J
Gen & ref 4%s 1997 ser B J&J
Eq 4%s 1938-'45 (s-a)—M&N
Equipment trust 5s
Philadelphia & Reading RR—
Imp M ext g 4s 1947—-A&O
Extended 4%s Oct 1 1943—
Term 5s g gu May 1 *41 Q&F
Rensselaer & Saratoga—
bds May 11941
M&N
edericksbg & Potomac—
Cons mtge 4 %s 1940
A&O
Richmond & Mecklenburg—

102%
S3 95
/ 42
/ 42
1st M 5s 1945 series B
J&D / 42
1st M 4%s 1950 series O—J&J
/ 42
Ore RR & Navcons 4s 1946-J&D
109%

Paducah & 111 1st 4%s 1955.J&J
Paris-Orleans extl 5Ks 1968 M&S
6% franc bonds (foreign series)
red to 1956J&D
Paterson Extension 5s 1950-J&D
Paulista Ry 1st 7s *42serAM&S15

1st &

116%
117%
116%
107%

1st 5s 1931
J&J
Ral & Gaston 1st 5s g 1947—J&J
Raritan River 1st g 5s 1939--J&J
Reading Belt 1st 4s 1950—M&S

106%

101%
110

108
Santa Fe Prescott & Phoenixlst g 5s 1942
M&S
113%
Scioto Val & N E 1st 4s 1989M&N
113
Seaboard Air Line Ry Go—
1st gold 4s 1950
A&O / 25
Stamped.
__A&0 / 26
Adj mtge 5s Oct 1 1949—F&A /
8%
Ref gold 4s 1959 opt
A&O / 13%

Certificates of deposit

Raleigh & Augusta Air Line—

20

*

2d ext 5s gold 1938
-.J&J
Cardelet Br 1st 4%s 1938.A&O
St Louis City real est 5s '38 J&J

116%

....-M&N

Prov Ter 1st g 4s
gu 1956—M&S
Prov & Wore 1st 4s 1947—A&O

103%

Ore Short Line 1st 5s 1946--J&J
1st cons guar 5s 1946
J&J
Oregon-Wash RR & Nav—
1st & ref g gu 4s '61 opt—J&J
Pacific Coast Terminals Ltd—
1st Ms f 6%s 1948
F&A
Pac Fruit Express—See Sou Pac—
Pac of Mo 1st ex g 4s 1938--F&A

107
110
110

4%s series I 1963
-F&A
4%s series J 1964--.--—M&N
Gen M 5s 1970 ser A
J&D
Gen M 5s 1975 ser B—A&O
Gen M 4%s 1977 ser O—J&J

118%

110
100

Pittsb Term RR
1st g guar s f
Pitts Va & Char
Pitts & West Va

77

Ref & Imp 6s 2047 ser
110%
Ref & imp 5s 2047 ser
100
Ref & Imp 5s 2047 ser D—J&J
100
Eq tr 4%s 1938-'40 (yr)M&S15 ft 1.80
Eq tr 2%s 1938-1947
M&S 6 2 40
Eq tr 2%s 1938-1946
J&J ft 2.40
Nor RR of N J gen 4%s 2000-J&J
,:70
No Ry of Oal 5s g

F&A

F 1953———-J&P
4sseries G 1957--.——--M&N
4s series H 1960—-—--*&A

IVA
99

98%
105
99

M&N

4s series

90

104%
74%

Q&F
A.J&J
B—.J&J
C
J&J

-A&O

3%s series E 1949

IV*

60

72%

ser

108%
110%
110%

70

<

,

lif)*

4%s series B 1942
4%s series O 1942

Apr 1 '33

to Apr 1 1937
coupons
Northern Pacific—
Prior lien g 4s Jan 1997Gen lien g 3s Jan 2047

J&J

Con g gu 4%s ser A 1940-A&O

83%

30

Norfolk & Car 1st 5s 1939—A&O
2nd 5s
1946
J&J
Norfolk Southern—
1st & ref g 5s '61 opt '15-F&A t
25%
Certificates of deposit
/ 23 %
Norf & South 1st 5s 1941.M&N
1st gen g 58 1954 opt
J&J / §5"
Norfolk Term 1st gu 4s 1961M&N
105%
Norf Term & Transp 5s '48F&A
116
Norf & W Ry 1st con 4s '96-A&0
116%
Norrist'n & Maine 1st 4s *52 M&S
104
Northern Central—
Gen & ref 5s 1974 ser A—M&S
120%
Gen & ref g 4%s ser A *74.M&S
120
Northern Ohio Ry 1st guar 5s—
Oct 1 1934 & sub coups 1945
/ 80
Oct 1937 and subs
coupons
/ 72%
Ctfs of dep stmpd as to sale of
Apr '33, Oct '33 & Apr'34, '45
72%

101%
109%

*

San Fran & San Joaquin Val—
1st g 5s Oct 1 1940
A&O
San Fran Term 1st 4s 1950--A&O
_

Ry—

1st M g 4%s 1946
guar...J&J /
Nord Ry s f 6%s 1950---.—A&O

as to sale of

Salt Lake & Ogden 6s 1934
San Antonio & Aransas Pass—
1st guar g 4s 1943
J&J

13%

100
J&D
103%
A&O /100%
A&O
80
F&A
108
M&N / 47

& Stamford 4s 1958

Bonds

Phila & Chester Val 4s 1938.A&O
101
Phila Newton & N Y 3s 1942 A&O
100
Phila & Reading RR—See "Readi ngCo.'

108%

M&N

Prov & Bos 4s 1942
& Put 1st 4s g 1993
Short Line 4s 1957

Stamped

BONDS

"and interest" except where marked "f" and
income and defaulted bonds
possible for the closing day of the month
preceding the date of issue

are

Quotations for all securities

98%

103

65

103%
1.50%
2.25%
2.25%

RAILROAD BONDS

7 2

securities are as near as possible for the

Quotations for all

Bid

Stocks

Bonds and

T.

,

A1 Great Southern com

114

96k
2.50
1.50
1.75
1.25
116

5s 46.M&S
—M&S
Co (Dallas)-—

100
(gu)—100

118

Atlanta Birm & Coast

1st mtge

118
112

HIM

Cons g

Baltimore & Ohio

106

100M
111

Beech Creek

A

4s 1955 series

A—.F&A

5% conv preferred
(guar N Y
Belgian Nat Rys Co—

111

Series B 1957
M&N
Vera Cruz & Pacific RR—
1st guar 4Mb unassented
2%
/
*:v
July 1914 coupon—J&J1934
?:/V 3
July 1914 coupon off—.-J&J
1st guar 4 Ha assented—
3M
Cash war & scrip ret No. o on
103 M
Vermont Vail 1st 4Mb 1940--A&O
Vicksburg Bridge & Term Co—
62
1st M 8*t 6s 1958—
M&S
18
Debenture s f 7s 1948
M&S
Vicksburg Shreveport & Pacific—
102
Pr lien 6s '15 ext 5% '40--M&N
101
Gen 5s May 1 1941
M&N
98
ref & impt 5s 1973
M&N
103
Va & Southwest 5s 2003
-J&J
96
1st cons g 5s 1958—....A&O

American shares
Bellefonte

-

5Ji

64
20

Virginian Ry—
„
1st lien & ref 3 Mb A 1966-M&S
Eqtr 4Mb 1938-1940 (yr)-_J&J
Eqtr5s 1938 (yr)
M&N
Wabash Railroad Co— j
1st gold 5s 1939—..—.M&N
2d gold 5s 1939--.--.—F&A
Deb mtge 6s series B 1939-J&J

97M

104 M
2.00

li75

105M
1.25
1.20

gold 4s 1954^J&J

WA

95
95

Equipment trust 5 Ms——
Equipment trust 5s
——
Eqtr 4Mb 1938-43 (yr)-. A&O
Det & Chic ext 1st g 5s 41.J&J
Des M Div 1st g 4s 1939--J&J
Toledo & Chic 4s g 1941—M&S
Omaha Div. 1st 3 Ha g '41-A&0
Wabash Railway Co—

95
95

60

28

_

B—F&A

Ref & gen 5s 1976 ser
Certificates of deposit--- —

27

Ref & gen 5s 1980 ser D__A&O
Certificates of deposit-.—-

3 Ms

Jan 1954 opt

62

J&J

1924

106 M
109 M

Co—'6Ha 1945—F&A
1st gold 4s 1945 guar
F&A
Washington & Vandemere—
1st 4Mb 1947
F&A
West Shore 1st 4s 2361
J&J
West Virginia & Pittsburgh—
1st g s f 4s 1990
—A&O
West Fruit Exp—See Gr Nor
Western Maryland 4s 1952.A&0
1st & ref 5 Ha 1977 ser A—J&J
Equipment trust 4 Ms
Equipment trust 5s
—
West N Y & Penna 4s 1943-A&0
Western Pacific RR Corp—
1st M 5s 1946 series A
M&S
Assented 5s 1946—

92
92

1st g gu

I

Cin Union Term

6% non-cum

101M
108M
2.25%
2.25%

109
31M

111M

I#
2.75
100 M

101
94

106
lilM
105

I

J&D

16

45

f

—-

19 M

103 M

4s 1949
Certificates of deposit

92

:

IU2M
98

108M
115

21M

Sup & Dul Div 4s 1930.-_M&N
Certificates of deposit
Marshl'ield & S'eastern div 4s

h%

20

22

r

23 M

24 M

r

14M

16 M

r

15M

20

55

..M&N

Conn Eastern Ry—
1st gold 4Mb 1943
J&J
Yonkers Ry see "P U" bonds—
Yos«raite Vail s f g 5s 1936--J&J /

Worcester &

i." 4M

3M

12

13

16
16

River
Pennsylvania RR
Pennroad Corp v t c_

Paterson & Hudson

Peoria & Bureau Val

Peoria

6

365

(guar)

25

W

100

preferred

P & R)
50
(guar).— 50
Preferred (guar Nor Cent). 50

100

4% non-cum
4% non-cum

preferred--100
preferred--100

(guar)
50
(guar Pa RR)— 50
Ft Wayne & Jack pref (guar)-100
Georgia RR & Bank Co (gu)-l00
Erie & Pitts

Ry—
Iron Ore Prop trust ctfs—.—*
Preferred (capital stock
--*
Green Bay & Western—
100
Gulf Mobile & Northern com. 100
6% preferred
—
100
Hudson & Manhattan
100
5% n^n-cum preferred
Illinois Central

100
---100

pref series A_ _100
Loased lines (guar)
100
Stk tr ctfs—See RR Securs Co
Internat Rys (Cent Am) com _*
Non-cum 6 %

-*

ctfs

5% preferred
Jollet & Chic (guar O &
Kal Allegan & Gr Rap

100

A)—100
(gu)—100

Chic—Pref (gu)—100
Southern
100

Kansas City

4% non-cum preferred
100
Lackawanna RR of N J-..—100

Lehigh Valley-.......---—
Preferred.
- i-*

original guar...

Spec guar betterment

50
50
50

stk-- 50

22
111

6M

48

15M

J* Vg:6 'v
57
14

20""

20^

35

M
1%

St Louis

49 %
50 H

100

4-2% non-cum

Southern

12
43 X

40

3M

2%

10

9

22%

24

40

44

60 M

61

6M
5M

v;

6M
6M
50 %

50

154
92

148
88

117

112

18

:

29 H
64

32

15

15M

67

32

106'
51

75"
2M

6

100

6X

5% non-cum preferred
100
Saratoga & Schenectady (gu)-100
Seaboard Air Line common
*

64 M

11

49

140
70
2X

100

Francisco Ry—100

Southern

1%
5X

preferred—100

48
:

preferred...—100

Tennessee

ctfs
100
(guar)-—100

33

45%
55 X
90

35

21M

17

Central...—......

Preferred

4% non-cum preferred--—100
United N J RR & Canal (gu)-100

Susq Val (gu)-100
Utica Clinton & Binghamton.100
Valley RR (N Y) (guar)
100
Vermont & Mass (guar)
100
Vicksb Shrevep & Pac com..-100

Utica Chen &

5% non-cum preferred--..-100
Virginian Ry common.......100
6% cum preferred
—100
Wabash Ry
—100
5% non-cum preferred A—100
5% non-cum conv pref B—100
Warren N J (guar D L & W). 50
West Jersey & Seashore (gu). 50
Western Maryland
1st preferred

32M
44 M
49

Mob & Ohio stk tr

Southwestern of Ga

5M
52

48

50
Pacific Co,
......100
Ry common ......-100
.....—

5% non-cum

124

118„

—........100
Texas & Pacific Ry
100
195
Troy & Gr'bush (gu N Y G)— 50
Tunnel RR of St Louis
100
22
50 H Union Pacific—Common—...100

21M

78

24

79
90

190

103

Bridge 1st pref

95

v

23

17
70

17

200

13Hi

15M

85

95

12

23

76M

90

112
112
165

100

Sharon

16M

163
34?
393
373

4

6% non-cum preferred

55"

15M

37
34 M

15X
33

72

St Louis Southwestern

72

22 H

24 H

100

preferred

2d preferred
St Louis-San

166,:

22

118

88

200

45 i

32 X

100

Rome & Clint (gu

Rutland 7%

92X

91
31
162

D & H)—100

Roch & Genesee Val RR

37 H

84

173""

175M

100
...100

6% guaranteed
7% guaranteed

65"
42

118

4% non-cum 1st

101

66

61

...
50
pref
50
4% non-cum 2d pref
50
Rensselaer & Saratoga (guar)-100
Rich Fred & Potom—com—100
Dividend obligations--.—100

li"

36f
15 ^

;

40

80

Reading Co

100

52

74M
154

1952—1000

}4% 111 Cent stk ctf

13

71

9M

(gu)—100

16M

78
195

80 M

7% pref (guar Pa RR )
100
Pittsburgh & Lake Erie
50
Pittsburgh & West Virginia.—100
Pitts Youngs & Ashta 7 % pref 100
Portland & Ogdensburg
100
Prov & Worcester (guar)
-100
Railroad Securities Co—

20

10 H

32

76

—

Pitts Ft W & Chic com

88"

41

25

166

108

107

100
100

150

75

16M
18H
17 X

127

8

270

50

-50

3 Ti

3%
120

50

220

—100

65

37??

Pa RR)-100
*
Pittsburgh Bess & Lake Erie
50
Preferred
50
Pitts Cin Chic & St Louis
100

ioo>^

7%-50

20
68

37 X

—100

Piedmont & Northern

380

86M

19

58
55

100

& Eastern

Phila Germ & Norris (guar)-.

110M

105

79

64

Phila & Trenton (gu

;

70

62

103

115
65

50
1
(guar)-.100

5% prior preferred

4H
3M

29 M

74
101

100
50

Marquette Ry com
5% preferred
...

+2

99K

57

W) 50

Pere

5

nJK

Elmira & W'msport

Little Miami

Passaic & Del Ext

11%
2%

2H
4K

(guar)—}00
Detroit & Mackinac Ry
]00
5 % non-cum preferred
100
Duluth South Snore & Atl_.—100

K C St L &

>

10 H

112

..100

Securities Co

Oswego & Syrac (gu D L &

,9M
y

167

99 M
106
29 X

...100
N J (guar Erie)-100

106

163

M)__100

243

104M

Ogden Mine RR (gu On N J)-100
Old Colony (gu NY NH&H)„100

2H
7%
2%
ilM

■

1M

R~io Gr" West 6 % pref-100

Com vot trust

98 H
110

7M

Great Northern

108

J&J
A&O

103 M

72

k

Erie & Kalamazoo

5s 1938
...J&D
Wilmington & Newbern—
1st gold 4s 1947
F&A
Wilmington & Nor 4Mb '77--J&D
Gen 5s Aug 1 1982
F&A
Wilmington Ry Bdge 5s '43-A&0
Winston-Salem Southbound—
1st gold guar 4s 1960
J&J
Winston-Salem Term 5s '66-A&0
Wisconsin Central Ry—

i

51M

2M

&

4H
14 X
3

240

North Pennsylv (gu P & R).. 50
Norwich & Worcester pref. .—100

20

100

preferred--100
preferred--100

1st
2d

Northern

51M
94 M

Erie-—Co mmon

18

North RR of

55

71

100

—

6% non-cum
17

101

1st guar g

1

4% 1st non-cum
4% 2d non-cum

Denv &

106

F&A

6s 1939
Will mar & Sioux Falls—

1951

Pa RR)

Southern

Columbus & Xenia

North'n N H (guar B
Northern Pacific Ry

55

preferred-----100

112M

_

Ry—
1 1938
Southern Ry—

1st gen g

97^

East Penna (guar

5s 1942—

1st & ref 4s 1959

96

5% pref-—100
& St L.—100

Detroit Hills & S

/

12

36

88

2%
2%

Ry
Adjust 4% non-cum pref.100
No Carolina (guar Sou RR)_.100
Northern Cent (guar Pa RR). 50

Norfolk & Western

55^

33.

128

14

100
100
-.100

Norfolk Southern

~9"

—

Special guar 4%
Colorado &

82

127
119

100

7% conv preferred

134
35

52

403
513
831
1291

51

4M

N Y Ontario & Western

ii'H

34

'

Wilkes-Barre & Scranton
1st 4Mb May
Willamette Val

17

6

22"

40

84

6

-—J 00
Pacific.-l 00

50

12

14

:

100

preferred series A

135

18"

13 M

preferred------50

Cleve & Pitts (gu

Northern

N Y & Harlem com (gu)_.—

:

%

128

100

6%

12
12

-50
Conn & Passumpsic pref.-.--100
2.75% Consol Rys of Cuba 6% prof.]00
1.75% Cuba RR 6% non-cum pref--100
101X Dayton & Mich com (guar)
50
Preferred (guar O H & D) — 50
Delaware & Bound Br (guar)-100
Delaware & Hudson Co
--100
107
Delaware Lack & Western— 50
39

Wilkes-Barre
1st guar g

5% non-cum

-100

RR—

9M

Cleve Cine Chicago

'

M&N

4 Ms 1941 opt
& Eastern—

94

2.65

7
J&J
Sou 1st 6s '38 J&J '35

Ry—

Cincinnati

2.65

_

fi!*

——-100
Sandusky & Cleveland

92 M

101M
107 X

Equipment trust 5s—
—
Eqtr 5Ms 1937-'38 (yr)-_J&D
2Mb trustees ctfs Dec. 1 1938—
Western Pocahontas 4 Ms 1945-Western Ry of Ala 4Mb '58—A&O
Wheeling & Lake Erie RR—
Ref mtge. 4s ser D 1966--M&S
1st consol gold 4s 1949—M&S
Wheeling Term 4s 1940
F&A
White & Black River Valley—

Wichita Union Terminal

Cin New Orl & Texas
Preferred

100
inferred--100

N Y Chic & St Louis com

39 M

preferred..—-100

6% preferred

94M

33

1H

100
*

New York Central

~6M

Common

7%

n*

New Orleans Great

38M

5% non-cum preferred——100
Chicago & North Western
100
7% non-cum preferred.——100
Chic R I & Pacific common—100
'

93 M

-

Wichita Falls &

64

103 M

5s '39-J&J

Wash Term

1st 5s 1980

75M
100M

99M

Washington Co Ry 1st g guar

41

32M

New Orl Texas & Mexico

common—100

4% non-cum preferred
Ohic Milw St P & pacific-

56

100

New London Northern

18

100

4% preferred

Ry
50

National Rys of Mexico—
1st 4% non-cum pref

2d 5% non-cum

32

m
04

58

100

45

Nashv Chatt & St Louis

9H

132

2F

7%

.

Original
Unstamped

1M
130 H

Car

29

Warren 1st ref g 3Ms 2000--F&A
Wash Cent 4s Mar 1948-- —Mar

88 H
'

.

Nashville & Decatur—

15

100
-*5

Chic Ind & Louisv

Mobile & Ohio—See Southern

.42

>15

5% class A
100
8% class B
J 00
1st pref 7 % class O
100
1st pref 10% class D-—100
1st pref 4M% class E- -.100
6% non-cum pref stamped--100
Bost & Prov (guar Old Col)-—100
Camden & Burl Co (guar)—-25

31

4% non-cum preferred

9

1st pref
1st pref

11^
32

Ref & gen 4 Ha 1978 ser O.A&O
Certificates of deposit _____ _

43

12

Clinchfield & O unstmp—100
Common stamped
-100
32M Catawissa RR—1st pref (guar) .50
100
2d pref (guar P &R)-------50
100
Cayuga & Susq (gu D L & 77)_30
100
Central of New Jersey
100
Chesapeake Corp
71" Chesapeake & Ohio common—-25
91M
Preferred series A
100
61M Chicago Burl & Quincy.
100
Chic & East Illinois common-100
30
6% preferred
100
32M Chicago Great Western com.-100

A—.M&S

32M

3X

3

100

5 % conv preferred
.....100
Mobile & Birmingham—

10

iou

Canadian Pacific

100

Missouri Pacific com

107

9

100

Canada Southern

65

28 H

S
10

7
24

*

7% preferred series A

89""

.

91M

Ref & gen 5 Ms 1975
Certificates of deposit—

Wash & Frankl Ry 1st

------50
C)--100

Common

100

Mo-Kan-Texas RR com

Morris & Essex (guar)

Unstamped—
v' ,
1st pref 5% class A..---100
1st pref 8% class B_.—100
1st pref 7% class C-!100
1st pref 10% class D
100
1st pref 4 M % class E
100
6% non-cum preferred
100
7% prior preferred
100
Stamped—
1nn

104h

106

84

100

Mississippi Central

53 M

32

M

IX

2%
2%
8M

100

7% non-cum preferred
4% leased line ctfs

28 M

N Y

Boston & Maine common

-

1st lien term

50 M

87 M
H
129 M

25

15

Minneapolis & St Louis
100
Minneapolis StP & S SM—100

72

42M
106M
38 M

56 X

1000

2

,

57

52

partic pref---

Central

Boston & Alb (guar

19M
53 M
900

98^

51

57
21

52

97

100

19%
720

6!°2

50
Navig. 50
Hav (gu)_. 50

Preferred

86 X

19

Minehill & Schuyi

168
56

0)—50

120

Mill Creek & Minehill

93

4% non-cum pref
-—100
Bangor & Aroostook com
-50

110
85

.-100

82

98

common—100

51

(guar100

Louisville & Nashville

103 M

162

Augusta & Savannah (guar)--100
Bait & Cumberland 7% gu—-50

118

.

99 M

80M

Atlanta & West Point
r-lyx
Atlantic Coast L Co of Conn-.50
Atlantic Coast L RR com
100

97

3 Ms 1967
—F&A
United N J RR & Canal Co—1st 4Mb Sept 1 1979
M&S
General gold 4s 1944
M&S
1st 4s Sept 1 1948
—■M&S
1st 4Mb Feb 1 1973
F&A
Gen 1st g 3Ms 1951
M&S
Utica Clin & Bing 5s 1939—J&J

33
30

pref---100

49

173

33

(guar)---100

Atlan & Char Air L

Bid

Lykens Valley RR & Coal— 20
Mahoning Coal RR
50
Pref (guar LS&MS)
50
Maine Central
100
36M
Preferred
100
38
Michigan Central
100
38
39 M Middl .nd Valley common—. 50

2}
33

P

96 M

Eq tr £sT937"(yr).
Union RR (Penn) 1st
Deb 6s 1946

Vandalia RR—

90
98 M

Albany & Susquehanna
Alleghany Corp common
5M% pref (with $30 warr)-100
97
5M % pref (without warr)--100
1.75
5M % pref (with $40 warr)-100
2 M % prior conv pref
1.00%
- *
1.00% Allegheny & West (6% guar) -100
1.00% Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe-100
5% non-cum pref
100

114M

36-year 3 Ms debs 1971-M&N
34-year 3 Ha debs 1970---A&O
Eq tr 25is ser E 1938-52--J&J
Eqtr

Union Terminal

80

87

Alabama & Vicksburg _gu

Preferred

Lit Schuyi Nav RR &
Louis & Mo Riv pref

78

5U
-50

107

113 H
107 M

T

1st ry & land gr 4s g 1947—J&J
1st & ref 4s June 2008—--M&S
1st & ref 5s June 2 2008--M&S

•

STOCKS

106

Ask

Par

Ooal(gu) 50

Stocks

Ask

Bid

Par

Stocks

Ask

RAILROAD

Ohio)
J&J

Union Depot (Columbus,
Gen 4Mb 1040
Union Pacific—

marked *'(' and income and defaulted bonds
closing dfty
month preceding the date of Issue

where

bond prices are Mand interest** airunt

All

NOTIPF

Ry com—100

.....100
4% non-cum 2d pref.-...-100
Western Pacific RR Corp
100
6% non-cum preferred-.*—100
Wheeling & Lake Erie Ry
100
6M % cum-conv preferred-. 100

110

105

45M
63

40

58
140

125X
92 M

126""

247

252

93%
91

87

-

68

io5""

95

131
82

127
78
'!'■85

90
175

170

y

126 I

118M
4H

.

4X
sx

8M
7M

8M

47

50

60 M

63 1

8%
100

105
v

15

1

2X

iv

16 M

2M
7%

102

108

102 %

125

l

■ale.
_

* No par value,




t Quotations represent dollars per $100 face amount,

b Basis.

/This includes accrued Interest,

k Last

n

Nominal.

NOTICE—All bond prices are "and interest" except where marked "f*
and Income and defaulted bonds
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the month
preceding the date of Issue
Stocks and Bonds

Par

Bid

Administered Fund 2d inc
*
Affiliated Fund com.-...-.--125

lg§g

Air Investors Inc

v

t c

*

Convertible preferred-

....

Warrants

''V

*

Aldred Invest Trust
(Mass)—

Deb 4**s with

Alliance Investment
Allied Int

.*

Corp
♦
American British & Continental—
Common
*

$6 preferred
Deb g 5s 1953

Amor Business

Amer

Coll tr s f 5s 1958 ser A
American General Corp
2 preferred
f2 j* preferred

33
80

12 Vs

13?*

Gen'l Realty & Utilities com—

W

$6 pref (with warrants)
*
German Credit & Investment—
Pref allot ctf 25% lBt pref—*

102**

...

275*

AX

24

27
52

92**

95

85

86 J*

94**
7**

95**

37

_

Boston Fund Inc
British Type Investors class A
1
Broad St. Invest Co
Inc.......5
Bullock Fund Ltd
l
Canadian Internat Inv Trust—

24.94

22

_

cum

pref series A

Nat

75c
38.56

36.05

5s series A 1959
A&O
Canadian Invest. Fund, Ltd
1
Canadian Pow & Pap Invest Ltd—
Deb 5s series A 1958
F&A
$3

26.67

55c

23**

I'M

4.95

run

1
»

2

...10

1 63

15**
• '3;;

45

»

•;

•:

....

Corp class A..""*

73

39**

41**

Century Shares-Trust....
Chicago Corporation
--..III*'
Convertible preferred
*

25.71

27.64

Christiana Securities com
100
Commonwealth In vestment ....1
Commonwealth Secure common-*
jfe Preferred
100
Consolidated Funds Corp cl. A_1
$5 preferred
$50 preferred
Consolidated Invest Trust com 1
Warrants
Continental Secur Corp com .1
5% preferred
100
Debenture 5s May 1 1942
Continental Shares com
*

230
5.40

Class B

*

8

4?
1**

AA

Accumulative series"! 1111
AA (modified)

ACC (modified)
Crum & Foreter Inc

......

Crum & Forster Insureh B„_
7% cum preferred

.

Trustee Shares

68

73

95

,

17*
2598

°7**
;

17**
5**

2.87
3.70
3.70

25**

10

32

100

*

35"

112
6.48

Equity Corp common........ 10c
$3 conv preferred
—.....1
Equity Shares..........
Equity Trust Shares in Amer"11
Fidelity Fund. Inc
Z*

Corp............ 10

1956

*

No

oar

value,

t Called July 1 at 102.




2

1948
1

....

*

3.44

...

Preferred-

28

4**

19*
29.81
21.41

;

Series

25.78
20.74

Series S-2

26.36

_______

Series S-4

12.50
3

.....

Larkins Warr Trust.
Major Shares Corp

......10

3 H
*
Maryland Fund Inc
9.70
10c
Massachusetts Investors Trust--1
26.65
Mutual Investment Trust
16.44
10
National Bond & Invest com
26
*
5% preferred ser A w w
90
100
Nat Bond & Share
Corp.....
* ;$ 55
National Investors
3.00
.25o
.

common

7.45

75**
70c

2

38**
5**
4.65
30.34
25

e

$5.50 prior stock...
Conv preferred
Allotment certificates
Shawmut Bank Inv Trust—

22.70
28.89

Class AA
Class B

4**

Class D

80c

3**
4.05
61**

4.12
:

61**

_

97**
96

25

J*
112

18.89

*

X

22.7I
4.35

95
1.02

117

3ofr
80c
13**
50**

.............1

...

.......3

Warrants

5s conv deb 1953
J&J
Trusteed Amer Bank Shares B 25c
7.55 Trusteed
Industry Shares....25c
Trustee N Y Bank Shares....50c
"80c Trustee Stand Invest ser 0-.-..1

3.10

2 25
20.31

20c

32*
11.25
11.71
12.62

_

122

56

4.6o

12.15
12.65
13.62
11.41

13.64
13.73
15.63

14.72
14.82

V'C
•

...1

Trustee Standard Oil shares A..1
Series B
1
Union Investment common
*
Conv deb 5s 1946
M&S
United N Y Bank Shares C3
*
United N Y Trust Shares ser F.

16.83

Banking Corp..
Light & Pow

U S Elec

tr ctf A

u

Trust ctfe series B

Voting trust ctfs

....

U S & Foreign Securities
com..*
$6 1st oreferred
U. S. & International
1st

Sec.—.._
pref with warrants.
...»

Utility Equities Corp..........5
102**

__5

103**
13**

96

63 J*

95**

96**

Conv preferred

Utility & Industrial Corp

♦

::::..i
:::.i
k Last sale,

2.76
3.54
3.48
3.28

n

Nominal,

7

5

Convertible preferred
7
Wellington Fund
Western Reserve Investing—
Deb 5 **s 1944
F&A

Shares—

/ Flat price

95

23

Supervised Shares

95

9**

4 10c

IIIIIIIlOO

.....

*

__5
...

30.40 Third National Investors...
1
17.97 Tri-Continental Corp
*
27
6% cum preferred
...»

10.56

ZZZZZZ

B common

10*63

4.50
2.09

North American Bond Trust
Otfe.
North American Invest
Corp—
Collateral 4s 1951
J&D
North American Trust

Ex-coupons.

IX
92

...........
._2
Class BB..............
..1
Class O..
................3

13.84

U S
....

Electrical equipment
Insurance stocks

1953.

1**

-

Class D

Shares........1

preferred

mm—m

60c

$5.50 preferred w w.
*
Deb 5**s 1939
F&A 15
Standard Utilities Inc
16.54 State St Investment
Corp..
*
Sterling Securities common A__*
Common B__.............
32.58
$1.20 preferred
23.39
$3 cum conv 1st pref
50
28.07 Super Corp of Amer class A
2

9H

......

cum

mm

14.57
1.55
93

85

Common
1
$5 conv preferred
..1
Securities Co of New Jersey—
5**s series 2 Oct 1937
5s series 3 Dec 1937
6s series 4 Nov 1942
Securities Corp General com..
$6 preferred
*
Selected Amer Shares Inc
2*4
Selected Industries com
.__*

.....

$5.50 preferred
Warrants
..........
National Trust Shares—
Remodified
1
Nation Wide Securities Co
25c

$6

35

Standard Amer Trust Shares....1
Standard Investing Corp com..*

15.58

25

Niagara Share Corp (Md)—
Conv deb 5**s 1950
M&N

88
36.70

mm

"2""

1**

-

Keystone Custodian Fund B-2__*

Steel stocks

103

107

18"

Solvay Amer Corp 5 ** % prf__100
Sovereign Invest. Inc., com
10c
Spanish & Gen Corp Ltd—
Am dep rets ord reg
£1
Amer dep rets ord bearer
£1
Spencer Trask Fund Inc
._*

**

1947
J&D
nvestment Co of Amer
.10
Investors Fund of America—
Series O
—..1
Investors Royalty

Railroad equipment

46

18 %

105

Railway & Util Invest A
1
Preferred
*
Reliance Internat Corp com A 10c
Preferred
*

$3 convertible preferred
Selected Income Shares

5s series A

Machinery stocks

51

17%

A&O

liH

§i

17^5

4**s Mar 1 1942
M&S
5s March 1 1952
M&S
Shenandoah Corp common..
1

....

1958
•

16

Building supplies

8 35
2.13

10c

1

........

New York Stocks, Inc.—
Bank stocks.■>

m

1.16

*

New England Fund
1
New Jersey Bankers
Securities—*
N Y Bank Trust

2.36

99

1.40
91

1

Incorporated Investors
.....*
Independence Trust Shares
*
Institutional Securities Ltd—
Bank Group Shares
Insurance Group Shares
Insull Utility Invest—
Deb g 5s Jan 1949——F&A
Deb g 6s 1940 B with war. _J&J
Insuranshares Co of Delaware..1
Insuranshares (Md) ctfs Inc...1
International Holdings & Inv...*
Internat *1 Secur Corp Amer—
6** preferred
100
6% preferred
100
Interstate Equity common
1
$3 convertible pref A
*
Investment Bona & Share—

Series B-3
Series K-l

12

100

Representative Trust Shares
10
Republic Investors Fund
25c
2.24 Reynolds Invest & 1948
A&O
1.72
Common stock
1
1.05
$6 preferred
*
1.75 Royalties Management A......1
1.56 Schoellkopf Hutton and
1.92
Pomeroy Inc common.....10c
1.56 Second Nat Inv Corp—
1.57
2.30

> >"i,

37
.96

14.07

....*

Voting trust ctfs

3.46
3.22

Dividend Shares
25c
Domestic & Foreign Investors—
Deb 5**s 1947.
F&A
Eastern Utilities In
vesting. Corp—
Deb 5s 1954
..M&S 15
Economic Inv Tr Ltd 5sA'57M&N
Elec Shareholdings
Corp com
1
$6 conv pref with warr
...._*
Equitable Invest Tr (Mass)....5

......

$7 preferred-.
Debenture 5s series A
Huron Holding Corp
Hydro Elec Sec com

New

28

116

B shares
3.50
C
shares................
1
D shares
.....
2.50

First Boston

3**

2.87

Cumulative Trust Shares
»
Deposited Bank Shs N Y ser A..1
Deposited Insur Shs. ser A
1

Diversified"

40
34

9

10
100

8% preferred

95*
4

•V

3.5
32**
2**

i

......1
com

40

9

3

1

.

A*

38

_

6% preferred
~ic
Corp Secure 5% notes 1935.M&..
Corporate Trust shares old ser..l

2375
6.84

*

4

,-i

I) AX.

.85

1.50

1.43
1.77
1.53
1.44
2.13

Tobacco Shares

IV*
i2o*
A*

16**

2.20

2.07
1.58
.96
1.61

.......

com

99

15**
3**
8**
36**

87**

1.38

Railroad Equipment Shares

Guardian Investors
$6 1st preferred
$3 2nd preferred

H*

*

1955

1.06

Petroleum Shares

9

38

*
._*

2.03

......

Steel Shares

Atlantic Secur 4**s A 1953 .A&O f 57
Atlas Corp com
15**
............5
6% preferred
50**
.........50
Option warrants.
/
2**
Bancamerica-BIair Corp
...1
9**
Bankers Nat Investing com
♦
3*8
Bankers Sec Corp com.
20
50
6% preferred
33
.......50
Basic Industry Shares........10
5.13

Central

Investing shares
Merchandising Shares
Mining Shares..

J&J

86**

Automobile Shares.........
Building Shares......
Chemical Shares
Food Shares

30
49 **

5% preferred w w......... 100
5% preferred ex-warr...
100
10-year deb 3s 1946
J&D
Associated Stand. Oil Shs
..2
Atlantic & Pac Int. com w w
*
Preferred w w
--50

Carey Trust

6

V

Corp 4**s 1959..—A&O
Group Securities, Inc—
Agricultural Shares

34**

25

.....25
Associates Investment......
♦

20

ment

16*
100
100

98

Railway & Light Securities com.*
Conv coll tr 4**s series "11"

Great Brit & Canada Invest¬

1.19

14**
7%
98

10
10c

Quarterly Income Shares

Gleneagles Invest 5s June 15 1944

46

23

8% preferred

■

1

36**
42

Investment (111)........*
Convertible preferred
25

Capital Administration cl A
i;
Class B

——

Trust—

6**
99

$6 preferred
*
Pub Util Investing 5s 1948-A&O
Pub Util Sec 7 % preferred
*

$6 preferred
Warrants
General Investors

....

Phoenix Sec Corp
$3 conv pref class A
Plymouth Fund Inc
Prudential Investors

1

12**

9**
14
3**

;

99

Class B

♦
warr

General

84

1.07
26

Amer

7% preferred

$6 preferred w w
Deb 5s Feb 1 1952 without

9

2**

Pacific Investing Oorp—
Deb 5s 1948 Series A
Pacific Southern Invest pref
Class A

7.00

Investors. _.*

11**
3**

30

1

2.3.
25.94

—♦

American

General Capital Corp
Investment Corp

36

;

10c

$3 preferred
Amer General Equities Ins
25c
Amerex Holding Corp
*
Amer Insuranstocks Corp....
*

i

General

6%

1
1

38**
37*

...

i6ii

.....

38**

.........—..._2

Class B

6**

J&J

.

1

Class A

33

1I21

*

1

Ask

share

13

Common
Debenture 4**s Feb 1 1947
Debenture 4**s Dec 15 1952
Old Colony Trust Assoc....
*
Overseas Securities Co
*
Deb 5s Nov 1 1947
M&N
Deb 5s April 1 1948
A&O

"A

4.90

-—....

Bid

Par

Old Colony Invest Trust—

70

Fundamental Investors Inc
2
Fundamental Trust Shares Inc—

10c

{3 preferred

Common with warrants

Warrants

10c

..

10.96

National Investors—

Common ex-warrants—

?

2

50c

Shares

5.50 prior pref
*
American & Continental Corp...
Amer Elec Sec partic pref
1
American European Secur
*

[miM; I

20

Fourth

Bonds

Northern Securities see "RR"
Oils & Industries com
1
Preferred
1
Oklahoma County Trust......10

3.85
4.21

conv

ana

Per

3.54

6s A 1949—J&D
Foundation Trust Shares ser A..1

4

Stocks

Foreign Power Secur Corp—
1st coll tr

67

F&A

Capital Corp A

Class B.

61

H

*

Ask

share

3.86
13.20

_____

H

■jf.

m
ftt

*

com.

Investing Corp com..*

10c
Insurance stock series
10c
ixed Trust Shares series A...10
Series B
.......20

29

64

1968

Fiscal Fund, Inc.—
Bank stock series—

4

58

$3 convertible preferred
Amer Bankstocks

.

11.12

(Can)—

com shs

Bid

Per

20.07

x

Deb 4Mb with com shs 1967
Aldred Investment Corp

Par

share

18.87
10.09
3%
26

.....

Stocks and Bonds

Ask

Per

x

Ex-dividend.

104

—i.

y,>:

Public

Utilities
telegraph, telephone and bridge

and electric railways, gas. electric power, water,

(Includes street

NOTICE—All bond prices are "and Interest" except where marked "f"
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the
i

(Italy)--

Adriatic Electric Oo
Extls f 7s 1952

(N

97

98

95M
83 M
89 M

96 M

98 M

1st M 5s 1957 ser A
J&J
Allegheny Gas Oorp 6 Ms ctfs '43

99 H

r

90M

M&N

1953

82

86

92

1H
'

f

a*

f

M&S
7s 1934.J&J

Amer Rys Corp coll 4Mb
Debenture 4Ms 1963

M&N

10M

45

85
19

112M
104M
99 y
99 M

113M
105

Conv deb 4Ms 1939.. .—J&J
25-year deb 3 Ms 1961 —A&O
30-year deb 3 Ms 1966
J&D
American Toll Bridge—
101
5Ms ser A, B & O 1937-38.F&A
5 Ms series D, 1945
F&A 101M
Amer Utilities 1st 6s 1945—J&D f 42
Deb 6 Ms 1941
M&N / 42
79
Amer Util Service 6s 1964
Amer Water Works & Electric—
107 H
Deb 6s 1975 ser A
M&N
99
Deb 5s 1975 ser B
J&D
Ana&Pot R RR-See WashRy&El
73
Anchorage Lt & Pow 7-5s'43 F&A
Androscoggin & Kennebec Ry—
*

102 X

82

108M
100

53
53

104M
106M

105

113

Appalachian Power 5s 1941--J&D
Deb gold 6s 2024
J—J&J
Ardmore St Ry—See Phila Co
Arizona Ed 1st 5s 1948
J&J
1st 6s 1945
A&O
Income 5s 1960
J&J
Income 6s 1960
A&O
Arizona Power 5s 1950
F&A
1st & ref 4Mb 1950
F&A
Arkansas El & Wat 6s 1944-F&A
Ark Louisiana Gas 4s 1951-.J&J
Ark & Mo Pow 1st 6s 1953.-J&J
Deb 6 Ms 1935
M&N
1st s f 7s 1953
J&J
Arkansas P & L 1st 5s 1956-A&0
Ark West Gas 1st 5s w w *39. J&J
Ashtabula Water 5s 1958.-A&O
Assoc Elect 4 Ms 1953
J&J
5s Jan 1 1961
J&J

115

107

82 M

84 M

86

■'•....88

34

36

36

38

100M

101M
14

50
'

90 M

Broad River Power Co—

99 M
92

101M

53"
57

69

Bklyn-Manhattan

49

Cons ref deb 5s 1968

A&O

*1*
48

47
47 M

51M
48 M

46

49

75 <■

76M

55

60

48

53

45
40

45

58 M

59*

50

49

48

50

43 M

44 M

Associated Gas & Elec Corp—

8-year 8%

ww

M&S

Conv deb 5s 1973
Conv deb 4Ms 1973
Oonv deb 4s 1973

96

98

M&S
F&A
J&D
J&D

1940

8s ex-warrants 1940
Conv deb 5 Ms 1973

97

99

87
76

90

78

70

72

Income deb 4Ms 1978
Income deb 4s 1978
Income deb 3 Ms 1978.

F&A

69
44

A&O

38

71
46
39

M&N

35

36

Income deb 3Ms 1978

M&S

34M

35

Associated Pub Utilities Corp—
1st lien 5s 1947 ser A
-J&J

71M

72 M

M&N

63

65

J&J

105

106

•

-M&S

Deb 6s series A 1958

Associated Telep Co Ltd
1st M 4s series B 1965

Associated Telep & Teleg Co
Deb 5 Ms 1955 ser A
M&N
Assoc Telep Util deb 5s 1942A&O /

83

83 H

37

1

37

M&S r
f

37

38M
38M
38M

37

38 M

Conv deb 5Ms 1944 ser C-M&N f
Certificates of deposit
/

37

38M
38M

Certificates of deposit_

Oonv deb 6s 1941
Certificates of deposit
_

-

37
2-yr 6 % notes 1933
A&O /114
Certificates of deposit
/114
Athens (Ga) Ry & Electric—
105
1st & ref s f g 5s 1950
J&J
Atl Cons St RR—See Ga Ry & El
108 M
Atlanta Gas L 5s g 1947——J&D

1955
M&S
Atlanta Nor Ry—See Ga Ry & El
Atlanta Wat El & Pr 5s 1943 J&J
Atl Beach Bridge 6 Ms 1942
Gen mtge 4Ms

"■Called Aug 1 at 103.




24 M

24
10! H
87

74M
65

98

118
118

102 M
100 M
103 M
104M
108

,97 M

99

1964

108M

98 M

Cent States Pow

A&O
A&O

f This price includes

accrued interest,

99M

80

81

77

78

101M
'

23

112M
105*

104M

102)
104)

103 M

1031A
98)

98

102 M
96 M
91

93

92

101M
108
104 X

103 M
96 M

978

98 M
78M

79 X

93

93 H

6

8
7H

106M

40

99M

71

73

69

69
1

M&S

M&S
1942—_—M&S
5s notes 1942—M&S

109

107

75
55

Gen & adj 5s

83

Chattanooga Ry & Lights—
1st & ref g 5s 1956 op 16.M&N

1st cons 5s '56-M&N
Ches & Pot Tel of Va 5s *43-M&N
Chester Water Service Co—
1st 4 Ms 1958 series A
M&S
Chic Aurora & Elgin RR—
1st & ref 6s 1951
J&J
Chicago City & Connecting Ry
Coll tr s f g 58 Jan 1,1927-A&O
Certificates of depositChicago City Ry—
1st 5s (15% paid) 1927—F&A/
Certificates of deposit—-.
Chic Dist Elec Generating—
1st M 4Mb 1970—M&S
1 st 6s series B 1961
M&N
Chic North Shore & Milw RR—
1st mtge gold 5s 1936
J&J
1st & ref os 1955 ser A
J&J
1st & ref 5Ms 1956—
A&O
Chicago Railways Co—
1st 5s 1927 stpd as to 25% pt

106

84
70
'
107 H

102

104

81
66

Ghatt Rys

101M

22

98M

.

74"

43

18

1st 5s 1942

93 M

58 X

58

A—M&N

Consol gold 5s 1999—
Charleston Transit Co—

56 M
57 X

57

1953.J&J

109

64

56M

& Lt Corp—

1st 1 coll 5 Ms 1956 ser

_

88
99

88 M
100
99

H

99 M
95

22*
97
96

95M
93
92 M

90
89 M
90
84

88

84

83
87
59 %

101M

102M

97
40

114M
113M
105M
94 M

115M
115
106
94 M

105
c

„

ijc-.r:

llOM

110M

105M

105 M

^

red and pay Aug
Certificates of

'27.-A&O
_

_-

Series B Feb, 1927
J&D
Certificates of deposit
Pur

mon

4-5s Feb '27

opt-J&J

Certificates of deposit

Adj inc 4s Feb 1927 opt.rMay
Certificates of deposit

Chicago Rapid Transit Co—
1st & ref 6 Ms 1944
J&J
Certificates of deposit
1st & ref 6s 1953 ser A---.-J&J
Certificates of deposit

1963..J&J

Certificate of deposit

Chicago & West Towns Rys—
1st cum inc 5s 1937
-J&J

Ry.
113

Chippewa Power 6s
117

1947—J&D

1st mtge 3 Ms

96M

97

95M

96M

1st mtge 3 Ms
Cin Newport &

100*

105 M

93 M

k Last sale,

65M
65M

66 M

105

104*

'

5M
3*
3*

1966
—.F&A
1967
J&D
Cov L & T—
1st ref 6s 1947 series A
J&J

Cincinnati Street
1st

99 M
94 M

m

5 Ms ser

Ry—
A 1952

1st 6s 1955 ser B

n

Nominal.

p|i

66H
105 H
105 M
6

4M
4M

67*

68 M

67

68

18M
18M
8*
8M
11
11
5

19 X
19 M

13
13
^
5H

5

55?

A&O
A&O

(

9

9

7
7
7

7m

1

H

1

10,.

,

10H

105 M

106 M

101H

101H

104 M

104 X

102 M

103 M

Cincinnati Gas & Electric—

105 M
115

97 M

14M
14M

_

1,1933-.F&A

Cons M 5s ser A Feo

7X

13*
13*

.

deposit

Adjust deb 6s July,
110

6*

—

Certificates of deposit--42

99

61

5Ms series B 1956
M&N
5s series O 1933
J&D
Charleston Cons Ry Gas & El

25M

96 M
94

106

1st mtge 3 Ms ser B 1966--F&A
Central West Public Service Oo—

125"

102)

100

'

.

106 M

102

5s 1944_——--J&J
Cent States Utilities 6s 1938.J&J
Cent Vermont Public Serv Corp

Coll trust

101

,

98 M

Debenture

104M
101M

b Basis,

_

1st M & 1st lien 5 Ms

109

104M
73 H

Corp—

96

94 M

107

Central States Elec Corp—
Conv deb 5s 1948
J&J
Deb 5 Ms 1954
M&S 15

California-Oregon PowerDeb gold 5 Ms 1942
1st mtge 4s 1966

90 M
99 X
113 X

99 M

—-...F&A
Util.(ws)inc5Ms-l952 /
Central States Edison, Ino—
1st coll inc 3-5s 1950-—-M&S /

108M

92M

102

113

Conv deb 5Ms '49

105

120

86

85

100
105 M

Cent Public

105"

100M

6s 1939
-—.-.--J&J
Brooklyn Queens Co & Sub—
1st m g 5s 1941 (stpd)
J&J
1st con 5s July '4l (stp)_.M&N
Bklyn Un Elev 5s 1950
F&A
Kings Co El 1st 4s 1949. --F&A
Nassau Elec 1st g 4s 1951--J&J

Bklyn Un Elev—See BklynQueens
Bklyn Un Gas lstcons5sg'45M&N
1st lien & ref 6s '47ser A..M&N
1st lien & ref 5s ser B 1957 M&N
Deb 5s 1950
J&D
Buff Gen Elec 1st ref 5s 1939-J&J
Gen & ref 5s 1956 ser A—F&A
Gen & ref 4 Ms 1981
F&A
Buffalo Niagara Electric—
Gen&refM3Msser C '67-J&D
Buff & Niag Falls El L & Power—
1st gold 5s 1942
F&A
Buffalo Traction
1
See
Buffalo & Lockport
flnternat
Burlington (Vt) G L 5s 1955—J&J
Butler Water 5s 1957 A
A&O
Butte El & P 1st s f 5s 1951. _ J&D
Calgary Power 1st 6s 1960--A&O

104

101

Transit Corp

J&D
California Gas & Elec Corp—
Unif & ref g 5s '37 op s f—M&N
109

62

M&S /

Cape & Vine'd El 4s A '65--J&J
Capital Traction (Wash, D C)—
1st g 5s June 1,1947
J&D
Carolina P & L 1st 5s 1956-A&0
Cedar Rap Mfg & P 5s '53— J&J
105M Cent Ark Pub Serv Corp—
1st & coll tr 58 1948 ser A„F&A
104 M Central Elec of N J 5s 1940.-J&J
Cent El & Tel 1st 5s scr A '55 J&J
Central Gas & Elec 6s 1946.M&S
First lien coll tr 5 Ms '46--J&D
63
Central Georgia Pow 5s '38-M&N
103
Central German Pow 6s '34-J&D
Cent Hud Gas & Elec Oorp—_
114M
1st & ref 5s 1941
—J&D
120 M
1st & ref 3 Ms 1965
M&S
122
Cent Ills Elec & Gas Oo—
1st & ref 5s 1951
F&A
119M Cent Illinois Light 3 Ms '66. - A&O
Central Illinois Public Service—
1st & ref 5s 1956 ser E—-M&N
103 M
1st mtge 4 Ms 1967 ser F—J&D
83
1st & ref 5s 1968 ser G
M&N
1st & ref 4Ms 1981 ser H..J&D
29M Cent Indiana Gas 5s 1957—M&S
27 i. Central Indiana Power Co—
30
1st & ref 6s 1947 ser A
J&J
Cent Iowa Telep 5Ms A 1947. J&J
33
Cent Maine Pr 5s '39 op '19-M&N
1st & gen 4s ser G 1960—A&O
1st & gen M 3Ms ser H '66-F&A
88" Cent Ohio L & P 1st 5s 1950-A&O
Cent Pow 1st 5s 1957, ser D.J&J
Cent Pow & Lt 1st 5s 1956--F&A

103

1966
M&N
Coll trust 3s 1938--M&N
Coll trust 38 1939
M&N
Coll trust 3s 1940
M&N
Coll trust 3s 1941
M&N
Coll tr series 3Ms 1942___M&N
Coll trust ser 3 Ms 1943—M&N
Coll trust ser 3 Ms 1044--M&N
Coll trust ser 3 Ms 1945—M&N
Col trust ser 3 Ms 1946—M&N
Coll trust ser 3 Ms 1947—M&N
Coll trust ser 3 Ms 1948-.M&N
Coll trust ser 3 Ms 1949.-M&N
Coll trust ser 3 Ms 1950--M&N
Coll trust series 3 Ms 1951 _M&N
Brooklyn City & Newtown RR—

1st s f 5s

__

156M

Cent Pub Serv

Coll trust 4 Ms

48M

■

40
27 %
24 M

Brooklyn Edison Co—
Consol mtge 3 Ms 1966---M&N

57

..

80

„

56

M&S

M&N
S f inc deb 5 Ms A 1983
F&A
8 f inc deb 5s B 1983
M&S
S f inc deb 4 Ms O 1983—M&S
S f inc deb 4s D 1983
M&S
S fine deb 5 M-6 Ms A1986 F&A
8 fine deb 5-6s B 1986---M&S
8 f inc deb 4 M-5 Ms O '86.M&N
8 f inc deb 4-5s D 1986—-M&S

102 X

1st & ref 5s

52

1958---M&N

62 M

103 M

101

1st mtge 5s ser A 1955—M&S
Canadian West Telep 5 Ms '56J&J

99

1954 ser A
M&S
Bway & 7th Ave—See N Y Rys
Bklyn Borough Gas 5s 1967-F&A
Bklyn City RR 1st 5s 1941—-J&J

Conv deb 4 Ms 1948

Oonv invest ctfs 5 Ms

35

Brandenburg
Extl 1st s f

99 M
90

Oonv deb 4 Ms 1949

Cons ref deb 4 Ms

Corp—

89 M

49

Oonv deb 5s 1950

34M

118M
126M

J&J
A&O

_

67 M
103

Canadian Utilities Ltd—

101M

Bergen Turnpike 5s 1951
Berkshire St Ry 1st 6s '37—J&D /
Berlin City Elect 6Ms 1951- J&D /
Sink fund deb 6 Ms 1959--F&A f
Deb 6s Apr 1,1955
A&O /
Berlin Elec Elev & Underg Rys-—
1st mtge s f 6 Ms 1956-—-A&O f
Binghamton (N Y) Gas Works
1st 5s 1938
---A&O
Birmingham Elec 4Mb 1968-M&S
r
Birmingham Gas 1st 5s '59-M&N
6% notes extended 1938--A&O
Birmingham Water Works Co—1st m 5 Ms 1954 ser A__—A&O
1st m 5s 1954 ser B
---J&D
1st mtge 5s 1957 ser O
?&A
Blackstone Val G & E 5s '39-J&A
M & colltr 4s ser C '65—M&N
Bleecker St&FulFy-See NY Rys
Bloomington Dec & Champagne
1st & ref 5s 1940
M&N
Blue Lakes Water 6s '38—M&S
Bolivian Power 8s ser A '45. A&O
Boston Elev Ry 4Ms 1937--A&O
Deb g 4 Ms Nov 1, 1941—M&N
Deb g 5s Dec 1942—-—J&D
West End St 5s 1944——M&S
7s Sept 1947
M&S

100

101X
89 M

M&N
F&A
J&J

Conv deb 5s 1965

Canadian Rail & Harbor—
Term 6 Ms 1951

(Germany) El Pr—
os 1953
M&N / 24
108
102 X Bridgeport Gas Lt 4s 1952. _J&J
106
90 M British Col Tel 5s 1960
J&D
105
53
1st 4Ms series B 1961
J&D

97
11

Associated Gas & Elec Co—
Oonv deb 5 Ms 1977
F&A

20

30M

113M
119M
120H

•

50

M&N

1st & ref 5s 1956

100

51;.

M&S

Androscoggin W Pow 6s *45-F&A
Appalachian Elec Power—

15

/

A&O
.J&J

1958

104

/

Corp
'53-M&N
5s '49 op '14 J&J

29*

105

1st g 5s 1957 ser B
-J&D
1st mtge 5s 1960 ser O—-M&N
Bell Telep Co of Pennsylvania—

1st mtge 5s

_

Canadian L & P

'

Bell Telephone of Canada—r
1st g 5s 1955 ser A
-M&S

1st & ref 5s 1960 ser O

F&A

Canada Nor Pow coll 5s

B

Bellows Falls Hydro-Elec

101M

100

100

„

92 H
64

Ask

Ry—

& South Chicago

1st (35% prin paid) 1927
Camden & Sub Ry—See P 8

oo

105 M

Water 5s '60-M&N

Beaver Valley

49 M

83
16

1

Amer Telep & Teleg—
*
Deb 5Ms Nov 1 1943- —M&N

1st 6s 1940

ser

1st & ref 5s 1948 ser B

J&D /

Calumet

Beauharnois Power Corp—
Coll trust s f 5s 1973 w w—A&O

Amer States Public Serv-

1st 1 5Ms 1948 ser A
Deb 6s 1938

93

1961-M&N

Calif Water & Telephone—
1st mtge 5s 1965
M&S
Calumet G & E 5Ms B I960.J&J

106

.

43

A&O

96

90

104 %
F&A
Co—.
103 M
A&O
8 f Income 8s 1953
A&O f 50
Beauharnois L H & P 5Ms'73 J&J
1st M 5s 1959

81

62

'53-A&O

93

J&J

Bear Mt Hud Riv Bdge
1st 7s 1953

23 M

f
9M
Fuel & Pow
107 M
Amer G & E deb 5s 2028. --M&N
r
45
Am Gas & Pow deb 3-5s '53-F&A
Secured deb 3.60-6s 1953.-J&D f 48
92
Am Pow & L dob 6s 2016—M&S

Amer

J&J

Bangor Hydro Electric—
1st mtge 3 Ms 1966
J&J
Barstow (W 8) deb 6s 1942--A&O
Baton Rouge Electric Co—
1st mtge 5Ms 1954
J&D

14"

80

Oo—

Amer & Foreign Power
Deb g 5s 2030

1%
i%

10M
22 M

'

98 M

Deb 4s series A 1975-——J&J /
Deb 5s series A 1975J&J /
Deb 5s series B 1975
J&J

Amer Commonwealths Power—
Deb g 6s 1952 ser A
F&A
Deb g 5Ms

98

Baltimore Transit Co—

105M

Oonv deb 6s 1940
M&S
Am Community Power 5 Ms 1953
5 Ms Certificates of deposit 1953
Amer Elec Pow deb 6s '57 M&S15

Calif Water Serv 4s B

101

J&J

Augusta Ry & El 1st 5s 1940 J&D
Aurora Elgin & Chicago Elec Ry
1st 5s 1941--A&O /

84

J&J
1939

1st coll 4s Jan 1 1954

84 H

Bid

100

Bonds

M&S

Atlantic City Sewerage—
1st s f 6s ser A 1956
J&D
Atlantic Co Wat 5s '58 ser A M&S

35

r

1952—M&S
Alton Water 5s 1956
A&O
Altoona & Logan Val Elec Ry—

Alliance Power 1st 6s

Atlantic City Gas 5s 1960
1st lien & ref 5s 1957

94M
102

100M

Alabama Water Service Co—-

Amarillo Gas 6s

Atlantic City El 5s 1938
Gen mtge 3 Ms 1964

80

A&O
Ala Gas Oo 1st M 4Ms 1951-F&A
Alabama Power 1st 5s 1940-M&S
1st & ref 5s 1951
J&J
1st & ref 5s 1956
M&N
1st & ref 4Kb 1967
J&D
1st & ref 5s 1968
M&S

and income and defaulted bonds
month preceding the date of issue

Ask

Bid

Bonds

Ask

Bid

Bonds

companies.)

95

98

97

99

AUG., 1937]

PUBLIC

UTILITY BONDS

75

NOTICE—All bond prices are "and interest" except where marked "f" and income and
defaulted bonds
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the month
preceding the date of issue
Bonds

Bid

Cities Serv deb 5s Jan *66.—M&S
Deb g 5s Apr 1958
A&O
Deb g 5s 1953
MAN
Deb 5s 1969
M&S
Conv deb 5s 1950-----—J&D
Cities Service Gas Co—

Ask

Bonds

73

72 M
71M
72 M
72 M

72

71H

1st M
pipe line 5 Ms 1942. M&N
Cities Service Gas Pipe Line Co—
1st M 6s 1943
J&J
Cities Service Power &
Light—
Deb 5 Ms 1952
M&N
Deb 5Ms 1949
-J&D
Citizens independent
Telephone
1st mtge s f 4 Ms ser A *61..
J& J
Citizens Utilities 3% notes
1955
Citizens Water
(Scottdale)—
1st 5s series A 1953
J&J
Citizens Water
(Washington, Pa)

6M« A 1951

J&J

Mo) 1st

s

68 M

101

36M

65

75

102

103
105

l;1^-

78

101

^

City Water (Chattanooga)—

-J&D

s

f 4s series 6 1965

105

M&S

Colonial Util 5 Ms June
1,1958—
Colorado Cent Pow 5 Ms
*46-J&D
Colorado Power 1st 5s
53--M&N
Columbia Gas & Elec
Corp—
Deb g 5s 1952
M&N

1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st

Co—

60

98

102

108

101

102 M

s) 1948-

Non-cum inc deb 6s (x
s) 1948

101M
99 M
9

107 M
105

59

64

29 M

30M
15
92
98

ftQ
99

74M
M

Deb g 6s 1946 ser A
J&D
Deb g 5Ms 1946 ser
B—M&S
Conestoga Trac 1st 4s 1950--J&J
Coney Isl & Bklyn cons 4s '48 J&J
Connecticut Light & Power—
1st & ref s f 7s
'51 ser A—M&N
1st & ref M
3M« ser F '66.M&S
1st & ref M 3 Ms ser
G '66-J&D
25-year deb 3Ms
Conn Ltg & Pow 5s 1956—-M&S,
'39
J&J

100

30
75

73.

69 M
55

19*
60

50

124

125

104 M

105M
102 M

101M
104

103 M

105
104 M

122

123

Connecticut Power—

1st & coll trust 5s
1956—-J&J
Lt 4 Ms 1951
J&J

Conn Ry &

Stamped guaranteed optional
Conn RIv Pow 3 Ms ser
A*61 F&A
Connellsv Wat 5s Oct 2
'39.A&0
Consolidated Cities L P & Tr—
1st lien 5s 1962
stamped..J&J
Oonsol Edison Co of N
Y—
Debenture 3 Ms 1946—-A&O
Debenture 3Ms 1956
A&O
Consol Elec & Gas 6s
1962 -M&N
6s series B 1962
—F&A
6% secured notes 1937—F&A
Consol Gas of Bait 5s
1939—J&J
Gen g 4 Ms Apr
1954—A&O
Consol Gas Elec Lt & P
(Bait)—

1st & coll 6s 1943
*

6s

ser

,

A.J&D

stamped 1943
J&D
Conv deb 6Ms 1943 A w w
J&D
6% notes, 1940
A&O
Oonsol Hydro-Elec Wks of
Upper
Wuerttemburg 1st 7s '56.J&J /
Cons Tr (N J)—See Pub
Ser Corp
Consolidated Water of Utica—
1st 4Mb 1958
M&N
1st M

106 M

107 M
104 M

105

100

78

77
104
104 M
57 M
55
99

104 M
104 M

100

106 H
120M

107 M
122

101M
107

102 M

78M
78M

107 M

€ 80
80

95

31

25

97

J&D

98M

103

5s

1938

100

Consumers Nat Gas 6s '44-M&N
Consumers Power Co—

1st mtge 3 Ms 1965
.—M&N
1st mtge 3
Ms 1965
M&N
1st mtge 3 Ms 1970
M&N
1st mtge 3 Ms 1966
M&N
Consum's Water 1st 6s A '46 M&N
Deb 5Ms series A
1970—A&O
Contln Gas & El deb 5s 1958 F&A

Continental Pub Serv 6s '40. J&D
Continental Tel 5s *53
-F&A
Cooper RivBri'geinc 1st 6s'58M&N
Copenhagen Telephone Co—
Extls r 5s Feb 15,1954.F&A 15
Pow 4 Ms 1956—J&D
Council Bluffs Gas 5s 1948—M&N

Copper DIst

♦

Called Sept 1 at 102M.




86
105 M
103 M
102 M
99 M
75

107 M
109
102 M
100 M

86M

78
50
87

60

64

95M
63M

64 M

45

96

102 X

103M
79
107

Erie Ltg 1st

m 5s 1967
A&O
Erie & Suburban Ry 5s
Fall River Elec Lt 5s 1945.-J&J
Federal

Light & Traction—

1st 5s (Amer series) 1942.M&S
1st 5s (Internat ser) 1942—M&S
Stamped
M&S
1st lien g 6s 1942
105

Debenture 6s 1954

103 %

105M

ser

27

104 M
25

105
29

106 M
102

102M

95

10'lM

100M
103 M

104

90

Fed'l Pow & Lt 6s Nov 1,1965
Federal St & Pleasant Valley

96

30

Passenger Ry 5s 1942
Federal Water Service Corp—
Conv deb 5Ms 1954
..M&N
Federated Utilities Inc—

38

40

78M

80M

79

82

79M

80M

91

93

90
100

102

105

29 M

38M
38M
3M
3M
80

Certificates of deposit
Conv s f deb 6Ms 1948. -M&N
Certificates of deposit
1st 5s, 1966
M&N
Detroit City Gas Co—
1st mtge 68 1947 series A.-J&J
1st mtge 5s 1950 series B..A&0
Detroit Edison—
-

30 M

80 M
1

106 M

106 H

105 M

105 M

114M
105 M

115
106 M

110

Gen & ref 4 Ms 1961 ser D.F&A
Gen & ref 5s ser E 1952
A&O
Gen & ref M 4s ser F 1965.A&O
Gen & ref M 3 Ms ser G '66M&S

110M
105M

104 M

International Bridge—
1st mtge s f 6Ms 1952
F&A!
Certificates of deposit

8 f deb

g

7s 1952

6M
2M
6M
2M

F&A|f

Certificates of deposit

„

•;

7M
2%
7M
3

Det & Pt Huron Shore
Line—

1st gold 5s 1950

100

1st 6Ms 1937 A with war.M&S
Dom Elec Pow 5Ms
1955—M&S
Dominion Gas & Elec—
_

Duluth-Superior

100M

96

.6MS 1945 with warrants.-J&J
Dortmund Munic UtU
(Germany)
20-yr s f 6Ms 1948-——A&O /

OS

89 M

90M

24 M

Transit

M&S

52

Dumbarton B'ge 6Ms to *49-J&J
Duquesne Gas Corp—

104

1st

ws

_

conv

6s Mar 15,1945

|r

9Q

Durham Trac 1st 5s
1941
M&S
East Coast Pub Serv
4s 1948—
East Coast Utilities—

89
101

102

102

64M

1st coll 5Ms ctfs
1937 A..F&A f 75
7% 1932ctfs of dep
...J&J /100
East Jersey St
104
Ry 5s 1944.-M&N
E. Kootenay Pow 1st
99 M
7s '42.A&0
East Prussia Pow 6s
1953
J&D / 24
E St L & Interurb
100
Wat 5s '42 J&J
1st mtge 6s 1942
101
J&J
1st m 5b 1960 ser D
103
F&A

66"

Ref

5s 1948 B
..._J&J
Ref 6s Jan 1948 ser C—M&S 15
Ref 6s series D 1948
Ref 6s series E 1948...
m

Eastern Michigan Rys—
1st mtge colltr 7s 1958
J&J f
Adjt 6s due July 1958
A&O '
Eastern Minn Pow 5
Ms 1951 M&S
Eastern Oregon Lt & Power—
jv
5Ms series A 1951
M&S
58 series B 1953
J&J
Eastern Shore Pub Service Co—1st m 5Ms 1947 ser A
M&S
1st M & 1st lien 5s 1955 B M&S
Easton Cons El 5s 1949
M&N

Economy Lt & Pr (111) 5s '56.J&D
Edison Elec Ilium of Boston—
3 Ms 1st M s f
July 1, '65.J&J
Ed E. Ill(Bkn)See
_

100M
25 M
102

87

105""
87 X

98

101

78M

39

41

J*
99
94
100
97 M

90

3

60

mmmm

101
99 M

70

104M

105

1st

m

5s 1950 ser A..—

J&J

Called Aug. 1 at 101.

97 M

42 M

42 M

92

117M
117M

Gen 5s Nov 1,1954
M&N
Gatineau Pow 1st 5s 1956
J&D
Debenture gold 6s 1941-J&D 15
Deb 6s 1941 series B
A&O

103

103M
101M

101M
101M
101
101

General Public Utilities1st M coll tr 6 Ms ser A*56.A&0
1st mtge & coll
6Ms C55-A&0
General Water Wks & El Corp—!
1st lien & col 58 1943 ser A.J&D
Georgetown Gas Lt 1st 5s'61 F&A
Ga-Caro Pow 1st s f 5s *52-J&J
Georgia Power 1st 5s 1967--M&S
Georgia Power & Light Co—
1st mtge 58 1 978
J&D

101M
102 M
102 H

83 M

84

83

84 M

87 X
112
101
96M

S8*

102""
96M
73

71M

Atlanta Cons St 5s 1939. .J&J
103
Atlanta Northern Ry Co—
1st guar 5s '54
103:
op '90
J&J
Gesfurel 6s 1953 x w
J&D / 29

Grand Rapids Gas L 5s '39.F&A
105M
Grand Rapids Ry 1st 7s '39.M&N / 22 M
Great Cons Elec Pow
(Japan)—
1st M 7s 1944
-.-F&A
1st & gen 6 Ms 1950
J&J

-

....

mmmm

mmmm

23M

1st & ref 4Mb 1953.
Green Mountain Power
1st mtge 58 1948

96
92

93

Great Lakes Power Ltd—
lstsf 4Mb 1956
M&S
Great Lakes Utilities Co—
1st Hen coll tr 5 Ms 1942-M&N
Great Northern Power—
1st 5s stamped 1950
F&A'
Green Bay & Miss Canal—

94

63

107

65
....

102

102 M

103

104

98

100

98
90

M&S

100

Corp—
F&A

Col tr 5s 1952 series A
.A&O
Col tr 5s 1952 series B
A&O
Gulf Coast Water 1 st 5s '48-F&A
Gulf Power 1st 5s 1968
A&O
Gulf Public Service Co—

101M

1st mtge 6s 1945
A&O
Gulf States UtiUties Co—
1st M & ref 4s ser O 1966-.A&O

92

oo

Elec Co

Extl g s f deb 7s 1935..-M&N

93
103

10-year 4Ms deb 1946
A&O
Hackensack Wat 4s'52 op'12 J&J
Gen&ref 5s June 15'77 A J&D15
5Ms June 15, 1977 ser B.J&J
5s secured notes 1938
J&J

Hamburg (Germany)

91
103 M

f

30

gound & St Rys 5Ms'38..J&D /
Hamilton Gas 6 Ms A w w'37 J&D /
Hanover Harz Water Works

104 M
107 M
105M

26

49

\;|.—
52"

See

88

99 M

Foreign Bonds
Harrisburg Gas 5s 1970
M&N
107^
Havana Elec Ry 5s 1952.-.F&A / 30^
(
5 Ms (Sept'31 coup on)'51-M&S /
Helena Gas & Elec 1st 6s '52 M&S

26M
26M
88 M

102
Hest Man & Fair Pass Ry—See P hil R a
Home Tel & Tel (Ft
Wayne)—
1st 6s series A 1943
105
J&J
1st 5 Ms series B 1955
A&O
105
Houston Elec 1st 6s B 1950.J&D
91
Houston Gas Securs 5s 1952.M&S
97 h 2
Houston Gulf Gas—
1st M & col 6s 1943

Corp

„

71

97
110

Hamburg (Germany) Elev Under-

106

Edison Sault Elec 4Ms,
1961 A&O *
Electric Co of N J 1st 5s
103M
1947 M&S
Electric Ferries 1st 7s '41. .A&O
100M
Elec & Peoples.
See Phila R T
Electric Pow Corp
(Germany)—
lstsf 6 Ms 1980
M&S / 24M
1st sink fund 6 Ms
1953. _A&O / 24 M

Elmira Water, Light &
RR—
1st & con g 58 1956—
M&S
El Paso El Co—

2.00%

Greenwich Wat & Gas System—

76
83 M
95
95

Kings Co EL&P
IU (N Y)—See NYG

Electric P & L Deb 5s
2030-F&A
Eliz Plainf & Cent J1
See
Eliz & Raritan
RivVPublic Serv
Eliz & Trenton RR
J

1.00%
1.50%
1.65%

8*

-

Eastern Gas & Fuel Assoc—1st m & coll tr 48 A
1956-M&S
Eastern Iowa Pow 6Ms 1943.M&S
Eastern Lt & Pow s f 5s 1964 M&N
Eastern Mass Street Ry Co—
Ref m 4Mb 1948 A
J&Jj

94

Georgia Ry & Elec—

M&S15|'

Duquesne Light—See Phila Co
Duquesne Nat Gas 7s 1948—Duquesne Trac—See Phila Co
Durham Pub Ser 7s A *49
A&O

1st lien coll 5s x-w 1944—J&J
5s with warrants 1944--J&J

Gary Rys Co 6 Ms ser A 1945 F&A
Gary Street Ry 1st 5s 1937—A&O
Gas Co of New Mex 6 Ms *44 M&S
Gas & El of Bergen Co os '49. J&D

General Public Service
Corp—
Conv deb 5s 1953
J&Jl
Conv deb 5 Ms 1939
J&J

M

J&J

87

99 M
Fontana Un Wat 6s 1935--J&J
Fruit Growers' Express—
1.50
Equip trust 5Ms to 1938
Equip trust 4Ms to 1941—F&A i 2.00
>
2.15
Equip trust 4 Ms to 1943—M&S
'
2.60
Equip trust 4s to 1946—-M&S
Galveston-Houston Elec Ry—
lstMsfg5s 1954 opt
A&O / 68
Gandy Bridge (Tampa)
100
1st mtge s f 5 Ms 1957
A&O
Gary Elec & Gas Co—

ser

A.A&O

Deb 6 Ms 1943 with war.-A&O

104M

105

102 M

104

91M

e

72

B-- J&D

92

& Basis,

103

1st lien col tr 5 Ms 1957—-M&S
Florida Power Corp—
1st mtge 4s series C 1966--J&D

106 M

102 %

stpd—M&S

101M
90 M

109

102

96

Edison El

94M

5s 1958
M&N
Consum L H & P Co
(Eliz, N J)—

107

95
93 M

1st 5s 1953

f

Coke Jt 1st & ref 5s'41
opt-M&S
Ercole Marelli El Mfg Co (Italy)
1st s f 6 Ms 1953 with war M&N

Florida Public Service Co—
|| 1st 4s series O 1955
J&J
Florida Telep 1st 6s 1945--A&O

_

1 1949|"/
Co—

_

1952.-J&D

Sinking fund debs 5s 1946.J&D
.Florida Pow & Lt 1st 5s *54—J&J

Dixie Gulf Gas Co—

F&A|® 1UA

Community Teleph 5s Jan
Community Water Service

A

Empire Gas & Elec and Empire

92

113

74

ser

mmm

108

112M

111

Power & Light Co—
Col M 6s 1957
M&S,
Community Pub Ser 5s I960.J&J

98

107 M

113M

Commonwealth

Community

97M

M&S

68
108 %

113M

112

£

5s 1952

66
108 %
107 M

106M

111M
106M
104 M

Lt & Power—
Ref & unif 7s 1962
12
J&J
Com'w'lth Tel (Pa) 5Ms '45 M&N
90
Com'w'lth Tel(WIs)4s serA
97
1M&S
Commonwealth Water— -V<
l-mi
1st M 5s 1956 ser B

m

109
Erie Co Electric 6s
129
1959.—-J&Jk,
Erie Rys—1st 6s 1954
24
A&O /

Detroit

112M
112M

105

•'j

Equit G & E Utica 5s 1942.A&O

J77M

1st mtge 5s 1956
M&S
Des Moines Ry 1st *nc 5s Jan 1 '55
Detroit & Canada Tunnel—
1st mtge s f 6s 1953
M&N

106

J&J
J&D
ser O.A&O
M col 4Ms 1957
ser D.J&J
M 4s 1981 ser F
—M&S
M 3 Ms ser H
1965—A&O
Com'w'lth El 58 June 1 '43-M&S
Commonwealth Gas Corp—
Non-cum inc deb 6s (w

104 M
136

Stamped as to Pa tar
Denver Tramway Corp—
Gen & ref 5s 1950 ser A...J&J
1st cons mtge 6s 1943
A&O
Des Moines Gas Co—

110

,

M 5s 1953
M col 5s 1954 ser B
M col 4Mb 1956

A 1951--J&D

Delaware Vail Util 6s 1952.M&N
Denv Gas & El 1st g 5s '49--M&N
1st & ref 5s 1951
—M&N

107

55

Deb g 5s 1952
100M
A&O 15
Deb 5s Jan 15, 1961
99M
J&J 16
Columbia River Longview
Bridge
6 Ms stamped 1953
6
A&O /
Columbus (Ga) Elec & Power—
1st & ref 6s 1947 ser
106 M
A.--J&D
1st & ref 5s 1954
105
ser B—M&N
Columbus Ry Pow &
Light—
1st mtge & colltr 4s
105 Ml
1965-M&N

Commonwealth-Edison

—

100
103

106

ser

Empire Gas & Electric Co—

w

101

1st M 4 Ms 1971
J&J
1st mtge g 4Mb 1969——J&J
1st mtge g 4ks 1969
-J&J

106 M

lr 9o
Short Route Bdge
6Ms'52-J&DP
Cleveland Elec Ilium—
J
Gen mtge 3 Ms
109 M
July 1, *65.J&J|
Cleve Southw Ry &
Light—
Gen & con 5s 1954
3
M&S
Clinton (L»2 W W 1st 5s
100 H
1939F&A
Coast Cos Gas & Elec—
1st

100

48

1st mtge 3 Ms 1967
F&A
Dallas Ry & Ter 1st 6s 1951. J&J

100M

M&N.

Clarksbury-Columbus

1st & ref

Gen & ref 6s

105
Danbury & Beth Gas 6s 1948 F&A
46
Danville Tr & Pow 1st 5s '41-J&J
Darby Med & Ches Ry—See Phila R Tr
105
Davenport Water 5s 1961—.J&J
Dawson Ry & Coal 5s 1951..J&J
105
Dayton Power & Light—
1st & ref M 3Ms 1960
104M
A&O
Delaware Elec Power Co—
102 M
Deb 5 Ms
1959
J&J
Delaware Power & Light Co—

70

75

J&D
City & 8ub PS—See Un
Rys of St L
City & 8ub Ry—See Wash
Ry & El
City of New Castle Water— ;
5s 1941
J&D
1st M 5s 1954
1st M 5s 1957
series C

102

1st mtge 4 Ms

Conv aeb 4Mb 1946
...J&D
Empire District Elec Co—

51
93

97;

Ask

El Paso Nat Gas—

_

f 5s 1952

_

49
91
98

Wfm
Bid

Bonds

90 M

Cumberland Valley Telephone—
1st mtge 5s 1966
-J&J
General 5s 1966
..—A&O
Dallas Gas 1st 6s 1941
A&O
Dallas Power & Light—

69

35

5s 1951

City Gas & Elec 1st 6 Ms *51 -J&J
City Light & Traction
(Sedalia,

101H

67 H
68

106

1st lien & ref 7Ms 1941—M&S
Cumberland Co (Mel Pow & Lt—
1st mtge 3 M« 1966------A&O
Cumberland Gas 6s w-s 1948M&N

101M

101M

-

104

Crescent Public Service Co—
Coll inc 6s B Oct 1 .1954—J&D
Cuban Telep conv 5s 1951—-J&J

_

101M

Ask

County Gas of Dallas 5s 46 A&O
County Gas (N J) 5s Jan 1 .1952.

75

71H
71H

Bid

f This price includes accrued interest,

k Last sale,

n

Nominal.

104

102^ i

108M

3l£
■■mmmm

1&6M
94

99

104 H
102 U

.

public

76

utility bonds

NOTICE—All bond prices are "and interest" except where marked **f"
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the

J&D

Houston Natural Gas Corp—
1st m coll 6s *43 with warr.J&D
Hudson Oo Gas 6s g 1949—M&N

Hunt'g'n Wat 1st M 6s '64A M&S
1st M 6s 1954 ser B
M&S
1st 5s ser C 1962
-A&O
Hydro El Bond & Sh 6s 1957M&N
Hydro El Oorp (Va) 5s 1958. J&D
Hydro El Pow Co mm 3J4s'43J&J
4%a due Jan 1,1970
4%a
1938
F&A
Idaho Power 1st 5s 1947
J&J
Illinois Bell Tel 3%b B *70—A&O
Illinois Commercial Telep—
1st 6s series A 1948
..M&S
1st mtge 5s 1960 ser B—_M&S
111 Community Tel 6s 1949--J&J
Illinois Northern Utilities Co—

101 %

102%

102

105 m

120

120M

100m
98
105

h8m
103 yt
109

105m
99%
99

92

101

100%
99 %
67

103

104%

105m

82

85

95

96
99 h

84

8"

82

107m

107 x

88 m
111
106

91

M

69

69 m

69 m

20

24

95

,98

64
'

67
68

64 m

105 m

J&J

105 m
59

56

J&J
J&J

99 m

J&J

90
77

95

18

20

—F&A

Certificates of deposit

Sinking fund deb 7s 1938-F&A

101M

78m
78%

22

23

22

23

Inland Pow & L s f 6s *36 A.M&S
Coll tr s f 6s 1941 ser B...M&N
Coll tr 6s 1957 ser C
A&O
Deb s f 7s 1935
J&D
Inland Telep 1st 6s 1948
A&O

22

23

5m
91m

92%

Inter borough Rapid Transit—
1st & ref g 5s '66 op tax-ex. J&J

64

A&O
Certificates of deposit
Conv g 7% note 1932
M&S
Certificates of deposit...

21
66

5m
84 m

99m

Internat'l Pow Ltd 6%b 1957M&S
Deb 6s 1957
M&S
Debentures 6s 1955
J&J
International Power Sec Oorp—
6M % sec bonds 1955 ser O J&D
Sec 7s 1957 ser E
F&A

97,,

100 m
66 M

71
71

J&J15

International Railway (Buffalo)Buff Trac 1st 5s 1948
J&D
1
Buff & Lock 1st g 5s 1938--J&J
Internat Ry ref 5s '62 op.M&N
International Telep & Teleg—
Deb g 4mb 1952
J&J
Conv deb 4%* 1939
Deb 5s 1955

90

1st & ref 4mb '58

ser

Interstate Rys 4s 1943
Interstate Telep Co—

53

56

70^

70m
91m
75 m

9lm
75m

J&J
F&A

55

39m

89

91

98 m
79

99 m
80%

76

77%

F&A

1:

3

A&O

99

lot

95 m

Interstate Tel & Tel 5 Ms 1953J&J
Interstate Wat 6s ser A 1940.F&A

57"

55

1st lien & ref 5s '57ser A..M&N
1st 1 & ref 5s 1961 ser B—.M&S
Iowa Pow & Lt 1st 4M« 1958 M&S

Iowa Pub Serv 1st 5s 1957. .J&D
Deb 5s 1908
M&S
1st mtge 5Ms 1959......M&S
Debenture 6s 1960—.... M&N

98

103 m

Investors Telephone 3s 1961
Iowa Electric Co—
1st 4s ser A 1961

J&J
Iowa El Lt & Pr 7s ser O '42.F&A
1st mtge 48 ser E 1955- —J&D
Iowa-Ill Telep 2-5Ms 1949—A&O
lowa-Nebraska Lt & Power—

-----J&£
J&D

Cons mtge

1st 68 series A

1942——F&A

1957--J&J

Kan City Pub Serv 4s
Kansas Elec Power—

.

1st mtge 3 Ma ser A 1966-J&D
Kansas Gas & Electric—
,,»«
Deb gold 6s 2022 ser A—M&S

1st mtge 4Mb 1980------J&D
Kansas Pow 1st 5s 1947.—M&S
Kansas Power &
1st mtge 4Mb

Light Co—■

1965—--—m&n
lstsf 6sl960J&J

Kentucky El Pr
Kentucky Fuel Gas Corp—
1st 6 Ms 1942 with warr—J&D

Kentucky-Ohio Gas 2s
1958
Kentucky Power & Light Co-—
1st 5 Ms series A 1948
M&S
B

86 m
115

116

103

103 m

'

87 m

50

98

Lexington Ry 1st 5s 1949-J&D
Kentucky Utilities Co—
1st M 6 Ms Sept '48 ser D M&S
1st M5Hs 1955 ser F
A&O
1st M 5s 1961 series G—F&A
5s series H 1961
F&A
1st M 5s 1969 ser I
F&A
1st 7s series J 1957.
F&A

-M&S
Keokuk Elec 6s 1945------M&N
Kewanee(Ill)Pub Ser 6s A 49 J&J
Key West Electric 5s 1956—F&a
1st 6s series K 1957

Keystone Pub Serv—
1st M 5s 1978

2m

105

k

97 m
105m
102 m
90

103 m
98 m

99 %
99

103

Lowell Gas Light—

jr

F&A

97J*

106"
115

41m
97 m

117

103 m
100

100m

108m

109

104

90
16
32

95

106

92

87 m
87 m
87

101%
93%
88
88

88

101

96m
104

102 m
98

106

98

76m

77m

100 M

101

101M
151m

'39. J&J
KingsCoElev—See Bklyn-Queens
Kings Co Gas & HI 1st ^s '40 A&O
Kings Co Ltg 1st ref 5s '54--J&J
1st ref 6Mb 1954
--—J&J
Klngsh'way Bdge 6 Mb 62—A&O
Khoxville Trac 1st 5s 1938—a&0
Kokomo Water Works—

104 m

154M
106 M

107

108

104 m
113

109 m

1958
.—.J&D
Lackawanna & Wyoming Val RR

105

5s

1951

& Elec—
B
F&a
Lehigh Power Securities—
Deb g 6s 2026 ser A
F&A
Lehigh Valley Transit—
Lawrence (Mass) Gas
1st M 4Mb 1940 ser

115

92

96
107

f2L

—-

23
2

96m
60 m
60m
50

51m
102 M

1

90%

104%

5s 1960

108 M

109

75
46m

77
49

81

1945

Ref & impt g

84

—J&D
J&D

1st extend 5s 1945
J&D
Leipzig Overland Pow 0Ms *46— / 27
98
Lewiston Gas Lt 3 Ms C '56-a&O
Lex (Ky) Ry—See Ky Tr & Term
Lexington (Ky) Tel—
100
1st M 6s w w 1944
M&S
101M
Lexington Util 1st 5s 1952..F&A
99
Lexington Wat ref 5 mb 1940 .F&a
82
Lexington Wat PowColst5s'68J&J
85
Conv deb 5 Ms 1953
J&J
105m
Lincoln Gas & Elec 5s 1941 _.J&D
103 m
Lincoln Pub Serv 5s 1939...J&J
102
Little Rock Ry & El 6s '38...a&O
101
Lockhart Power 4 Ms 1955—J&D
Lombard Elec Oo (Italy)—
1 st extl 7s 1952 ....
-—-J&D * 73
103 m
Lone Star Gas s f 5s 1942..M&N
61
Long Beach Gas 1st 5s '56—J&D
Long Island Lighting—
,
105
Secured g 6s 1945
J&J
96
Conv deb g5Ms '52 ser A. a&O
104
Long Island Water 5 Ms '55 M&N
102
Lorain Telep 1st 5s 1958—.J&D
-

,1UH

Gen s f 7s ww 1941---—-A&O
Manhattan Ry con 4s g '90--A&O
Cent Hanover Bk ctfs of dep.

1st lien & colltr 5s

Called

Aug. 1 at 103^.




b Basis,

-

30

101

100 M
102
83
90

107
104 m
103 m
103
80
104
65

A

s

„

_

..J&D

f 7s 1941

92 %
90

25

A&O

98M
111^

Ref & gen

S f deb 5s 1949 ser A
-A&O
Massillon El & Gas 1st 5s 56- J&J
Maysville P Serv 5Mb A 1942A&0
Memphis Power & Light Go—1st & ref 5s 1948 ser A
J&J
1st & ref 4Mb 1978 ser o—A&o

Memphis Street Ry—
3-5s series A 1945
—
3-5s series B 1945
Meridionals Electric Oo—
1st s f 7s 1957 ser A
A&O
Metropolitan Edison Co—
1st M 4Mb 1968 ser D—M&S
1st M 4s 1971 ser E —M&N
1st mtge 4s ser G 1965—-M&N
Metrop Edison Oorp 6s 61 -M&S
Metro Wat Sewer—See Fgn bds

99^
91X

104%
103%
97

88

60
20

80
107^
105

105%
94

Metropolitan West Side "L"—•
1st gold 4s 1938--F&A
9
Exten gold 4s 1938———-J&J /
39
Mexican El L 1st M g 5s 42-J&J
40
Mex Lt & Pow 1st 5s '40 a f—F&A
50
Mexican Utilities 7s 1939—. A&O
45
Miami Bridge income deb 6s 1952
Michigan Associated Telep Co—102
1st M 5s 1901--------A&O
Mich Fuel & Lt 6s A 1950—J&D /
Michigan Gas & Elec
lst&ref 6s 1943
1st M 5s 1956

Oo—

M&S
——J&D

Michigan Public Service Oo—
1st g 5s 1947 ser A--—---A&O
Middle States Telep 6s A 47-J&J
Middlesex & Boston St Ry—■1st and ref mtge 5 Ms 1942-J&J
Middlesex Elec Lt Pow 5s '65 J&J
Middlesex Water 5Ms 1957-A&0
Middlesex & Somerset Trac—
5s

1950

-

-

Middle Western Tel

--J&J
6s 1943-J&J

Midland Util deb 6s 1938-—M&S
Milwaukee Elec Ry & Light-—
1st & ref 5s 1961 ser B—J&D
1st M 5s 1971--——
J&J
Milwaukee Gas Light Oo—
1st M 4Hs 1967————M&S

Minneapolis Gas Light Oo—
1st mtge 4s 1950----- - - - - J & D
Minnesota Nor Pr jt 6s 1944 A&O
Minnesota Power & Light Co—1st & ref 5s 1955
-J&D
1st & ref 4Kb 1978
M&N
Mississippi Power Oo—
1st & ref 5s 1955—
M&S
Mississippi Power & Light—
1st M 5s 1957....-----J&D
Mississippi River Pow 5s 51- J&J
Deb 5s May 1. 1947——M&N
Miss Val Pub Ser 1st 5s '54.J&D
m

106
98
106

103 m

/t -Mommai.

92

6-4 Ms ser B 1966 J&J
Ref & gen 4s series O 1967-J&J
Market St El Pass Ry—See P R T
Market St Ry (San Francisco)—
1st s f 7s 1940 ser A Jan
Maryland Light & Power—
1st M 5Ms 1950 ser A——J&J

1st mtge 4 Ms 1952
Maritime Tel & Tel—

99%

k Last sale,

im
92 H

Marion-Reserve Power—

91
104

f Price includes accrued Interest,

M&S

53
„

1st lien coll tr 5 Ms 1937.-A&O
Manitoba Power Co Ltd-1st M s f 5Ms *51 ser A—J&J
1st M 8 f 5&1S 1952 ser B.-J&J
Mannheim & Palatinate Elec Cos

<■

*

—J&D

gold 4s 2013

5
41 *S
35

Manila Elec RR & Ltg Corp—•

Mass Utilities Associates—

100M

1st

f 5s ser A 1955

15-year
101M

100

1st 5s ser A

s

Manila Gas Co—

95

99 m

1997--A&0

1st

2d

14m
29

M&n

Purch money 6s g
Edison El 111 Blkyn 4s

1944-

90
A&O
Luneburg Pow L & W W (Germ'y)
1st M s f 7s 1948
M&N / 24^
Luzerne Co (Pa) Gas & Elec—
107
1st ref&imp g 5s'48 op'13 A&O
106
1st & ref 6s 1954
—M&S
115
Debenture 7s 1944
J&J
101'
MacLaren-Que Pow 5 Ms Febl'61
101 v
5 Ms series B 1964
M&S
Macon Gas 1st mtge 4mb'52. J&D
Macon Ry & Light 1st 5s *53-J&J
Madison Rys 1st g 5s 1936--M&N
102
Malone (N Y) L & P 5Ms'56_J&J
26
Manchester Terminal 6 Ms 1941

115m

92

77H

„

Lower St Lawrence Power—

4m

95m

97

106 ^

13 m
104 m
103
112
39 m

„

.

101

104 %

Keystone Telephone Co—
1st & ref 5 mb 1955 ser A—J&D

B.—A&O
Kings Co E L & P 1st 5s '37-A&0

105
101 %
118

104 m

99%

1st 1 & ref 6s 1951 ser

89
85

1st mtge 4Mb ser A 1960-M&S
Lower Austrian Hydro-Elec—
1st sfg6Ms

104 m
104m

O

1st extend 4s

60
55 %

54m
38m

F— .M&S

1st M 5s 1961

•

1

5s 1954

ser

39

lU»

99

Intr-State Bridge 4-6 %a '50 M&N
Interstate Gas & El 6s 1951—J&D
Interstate Power 1st 5s '57
J&J
Deb gold 6s 1952
J&J
Interstate P S (Ark) 6s 1940 M&S
Interstate Pub Serv Co—
1st & ref 6mb 1949 ser B—J&J
1st & ref 5s 1956 ser D
J&D
_

H

38

F&A
69
Debentures 6s 1948
F&A
94 m
70
Laclede Gas Lt 5s 1939
a&O
60
1st M coll tr 5 Ms '53 ser C F&A
60
8
1st col&ref 5Msl960 ser D F&A
48
6s coll notes ser A 1942—F&A
6s coll notes ser B 1942-.-f&a
84M
ioi%
La Crosse Telep 5mb 1948—J&J
103
Lake Erie Pow « Lt 6s 1946-A&O
102
1st & ref 5 Ms ser B 1949--M&S
103
1st & ref 6s ser C 1952—M&n
4
68
Lake Sh Elec 1st con g 6s *33 J&J
73
Gen gold 5s Feb 1, 1933—F&A '
7i"
73
Lake Sh Gas 1st 5Ms 1950--M&n
Lake Superior Dlst Pow—
93
1st mtge 3 Ms ser A I960--A&O
100
Lanaister Co Ry & Lt 5s 1951 J&J
26

68.

Inter continents Power Co—
Debs A 6s 1948
J&D f
International Hydro-Elec System
Conv deb 6s 1944 w w
A&O

F

1*

22 m

6% notes 1932

ser

64 m

62 m

Certificates of deposit

Sec 7s 1952

1961

M&S
Louisv Ltg 5s '53 unstmpd.-A&O
50 m Louisv Ry cons ext 5%b 1940J&J
8
2d 4Mb 1940
M&S
lst & ref M 3Ms 1966

General 6s 1950—......F&A

Jersey Central Pow & Lt Oorp-—
1st & ref 5s 1947 ser B—F&a

M&S
106 % Kentucky Traction & Terminal—
118
1st & ref gu 5s *51 opt *14 F&A

100

Indianapolis Gas 5s 1952
A&O
Indianapolis Power & Light—

-

Deb gs 7s 1943
Jamest'n (NY)Telep

56

49m
6m

--

M&N

James River Bridge Con)—
1st sink fund 6M« 1958—-J&J

1st m 5 Ms 1948 ser

117

6% conv notes 1940
J&D
Indiana Telep 5s A (ws) I960.J&J
Indianapolis Columbus & South¬

Secured 5s 1958
Inland Gas 6 Ms 1938

106

- - -

65

Los Aug Trac 1st cons 5s '38-J&D
Louisiana Pow & Light Oo—
1st mtge 5s 1957
^..J&D
Louisville Gas & Elec Oo (Ky)-

warr)-J&J

63 (without

3s B Dec 31 1962- —
Joplin W W 1st 5s 1957
M&S
Kansas City Gas 1st 5s '46—F&A

99
92

1,1950-J&J

Indianapolis Ry 5s. 1967 Indianapolis Water—
1st mtge 3%a 1960
Indianapolis W W Sec Co—

104 m
110

60

(Flaj Gas—

5s stamped 1942
Income deb 6s ser A 1952

Jer City Hob & Pat—See P S Oorp
Johnstown Traction 4s Dec'31 62

A—M&N

A

Jacksonv

103 m
99 m
92 m
93

1st 1 & ref 5s 1963
F&A
Indiana & S W Gas & Util—

ser

Deb 6s

107

72 m

81

93 m

55

_

109

J&J
Indiana Hydro-Elec Power-—.
1st mtge 5s 1958 ser A
M&N
Indiana & Mich El 5s 1957—F&A
1st & ref 5s 1955
M&S
Indiana Pr 1st 7%b *41 A .M&N
Indiana Ry & Lt 1st 5s '43
.J&J
Indiana Service Corp—

1st M 5s 1957

100

71

A—M&S

107m

M&N f

1948—F&A

101
119

f 5Ms 1953 ser

103

Indiana General Service—
1st M 5s 1948

Traction 1st 6s

s

Oo—See PaC El Ry
Los Ang & Pac RR-See Pac El Ry

101

91m

-

Superpower Oorp—

1st M 4MS

1st M 63^s 1953 series B—F&A
1st M 5s 1951 series O
M&S
Indiana Gas Utilities 5s 1946-J&J

ern

25-yr
Italian

65 m

1st mtge 4%b ser B f965-A&0
Indiana Central Telep Oo—„

1st & ref M 5s Jan

101

Island Gas & Electric—

104 m

S f deb &%b 1957
M&S
Illinois Water Service Qo—
1st mtge 5s 1952 series A..J&J
Indiana Assoc Telegraph—

99 m

J&J

101

_

1st M 6s 1947 series

1st & ref 5 Ms July
Deb 6s 1950 ser A

Bid

Bonds

Ask
Los Ang Pac

104

lst&ref 5s 195' opt
A&O
Illinois Power & Light Corp—
1st & ref 6s 1953 series A..A&O
1st & ref 5%b 1954 ser B—J&D
1st & ref 5s 1966ser O
J&D

1st lien coll 5%b 1938
Indiana Electric Corp—

Bid

Bonds
Iowa Southern Utilities—
1st & ref 5 Ms 1950

1 '50-M&N
M&N
Isarco Hydro-Elec Oo (Italy)I&N
lst M s f 7s 1952
M

„

:

Ask

Bid

Bonds
Houston Light & Power
1st mtge 3%a 1960

and income and defaulted bonds
month preceding the date of issue

_

99
92%
90

99

91
118
104

75
71
54
102 5^

103 h

100

102 J
98 j
103 H
99

83M
90

108 %
102%
106

Aug., 1937]
NOTICE—All bond prices

PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS
are

Quotations for ail securities

"and interest" except where marked "f" and Incoma and
defaulted bonds
possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of issue

are as near as

Bonds

Bonds

Missouri Edison 1st 534s *47 J&D
Missouri Gas & Elec 6s A'44 M&S
/
1st & ref 6s ser B 1957
J&J /
_lst 4-5s 1956
A&O
Missouri Power & Light—
1st mtge 334s 1966
J&D
Missouri Public Service Co—
First mtge 5s 1947 ser A—F&A /

91

Bonds

'

60
58

•

60

9834
69

1st sf 5s I960
F&A
Missouri Riv Sioux City Bdge—
1st sf 6s 1953
M&S
Mobile Bay Bridge 7s 1951. J&J /
2d sinking fund 7s 1951—-J&J
/
Mobile Gas Service Corp—

82X

m

101

10134

86

9634
50

1st 5s 1956
A&O /
1st cum inc 9s ser A *56—A&O /
Income 7s 1956
A&O /
Mob Lt & RE 1st g 5s '37
J&D
Cons g 5s 1941
M&S

Monmouth CJons Wat 5s '56. J&D

12334
11434

69
45
30
78

9234

Monongahela Light & Pow Co—
1st M 5s 1949

J&D

68

115

Monongahela Valley Water—

1st M 534s 1950 series A..J&J
Monongahela West Penn Pub Ser
1st & gen mtge 434s 1960.A&O

101

Debenture 6s 1965
A&O
Mont Cities Gas 7s A 1937—M&N
Montana-Dakota Power—
Ext 1st 534s-634s 1944
J&J
Montana Power—

101
99

.

10534

93
-

1st & ref mtge 3 Ha 1966. J&D

9434

-

Montreal Isl Pow 534s 1957 M&N
Montreal Lt Ht & Pow Consol—
3 % conv deb 1939
J&J
1st & coll

8

f 3

3ns 1956

50 34
99
95

F&A
-J&J

1st & coll 334s 1973

.

10434

Montreal Tramways—
1st & ref g 5s 1941 opt
J&J
Gen & ref 5s 1955 series A. A&O
Gen & ref 5s 1955 ser B—A&O

9934

l°A

•«—

10634
10534
10534
10734
10134

——

Gen & ref s f 434s '55ser O A&O

Gen & ref 5s 1955 ser D.A&O
Morgantown Water 5s 1965--J&J
104
Mount Hope Bridge 5s 1969.J&D
70
2d income 8s Dec 15
1969-— / 18
Mountain States Power Co—
1st & ref 5s 1938
J&J
91
_

1st M 6s 1938series B
,J&J
Muncie Wat Works 5s 1965.Sf&N
.

Municipal Serv

coll 6s 1956.F&A
Mut Fuel Gas-See
Peoples GL&C
Mutual Un Tel—See West Un Tel
Narrangansett Elec Co—

,

9334

9234
105

/ 70

1st mtge 334s 1966
J&J
10234
Nashville Gas & Heating Co—
1st M gold 5s 1937 guar. _M&N
100
5s 1937 (not guar)
M&N / 85
Nashville Railway & Light—
Cons g 5s 1953 opt 1908—J&J
107
Ref & ext gold 5s 1958
J&J
87
m

10434

„

10334
10434
10334
/ 14

101*
Nat
Nat
Nat
Nat
Nat

Elec Pow Co deb 5s 1978 J&J /
334
Gas & El Corp 5s 1953-F&A
94
Lt Heat & Pow 7s 1938.M&S
10034
Lt & Pow 6s 1949....M&N
94
Pow & L deb 6s 2026 A .F&A
91
Deb 5s 2030 ser B
-M&N
80
Nat Public Service Corp—
.

Debenture gold 5s 1978--F&A /
Certificates of deposit
/

45
45

Nat Toll Bridge 6s
stmp '39. J&J J *5
Nebraska Pow 1st 434s 1981-J&D
10834
Deb 6s 2022
M&S
11434
Nev Calif Elec 1st 5s 1956—A&O
83
Deb 6s July 1941
—J&J
97
New Amsterdam Gas—See N Y
GELH&P
Newark Gas 6s Apr 1
1944—Q-J
118
Newark Cons Gas con 5s '48. J&D
11834
,

NeJ

Lt H* Pow

104

Newcastle (City of)" W 5s'Yl* j&D
New England G & E Association

10134

M&S

72
7134

Deb g os 1947
Conv deb 5s 1948
Conv deb 5e 1950

...J&D

M&N
Convertible deb 5s 1962-.-J&J
New Engl Pow Assn 5s 1948-A&O
Deb 534s 1954
J&D
New England Power—
334« series A 1961
M&N
New England Tel & Tel—
1st 5s 1952 series A
J&D

1st 434s 1961 ser B
M&N
Newfoundland Light & Power—
534s 1971
J&J
1st sf 434s 1956
J&J
New Haven Water—
_

1st & ref 4 34s B 1970
A&O
1st & ref 434s C 1981M&S
434s 1983
M&N
N J & Hud Riv Ry &
Ferry—
1st gold 4s 1950
—M&8

N J Pow & Lt 1st 434s '60-A&O
New Jersey Water Co—
1st mtge 5s 1950
F&A
New Mex Gas conv 5s 1951 M&N
New Mexico Power—

1st mtge 5s 1958

7034
72
93 34
9634

10134
12434
12034
10334
9934

11234
11534

61
10634

63

10734

10134
9834

J&J

90

1st sf 5s 1943
J&J
New Orleans City RR 5s 1943—
New Orleans Pub Service Co—
1st & ref 5s 1952 series A—A&O
1st & ref 5s 1955 series B- J&D
5s stamped 1942

105
104

„

New Orleans City & Lake—

—

97 34
97 34

8934

Inc 6s Nov 1949 ser A—-J&D / 7934
St Ry—
434s 1964
J&J
105
Newport Gas Lt 5s A 1961—J&D
10334
Newp News & Hamp Ry G & E—

Newport & Fall River

1st & ref 6s 1944

J&J

10534

& El
M&N

10534

Newp News & Old Pt Ry
1st g 5s Nov

b Basis*

1938

/This price includes accrued Interest,




k Last Bale.

n^Nominal

105
104

10434
10434

77

"and lnt.r..t" oxc.pt wh.r. markad "f"
QwHatloM for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the

NOTICE—All bond price., or.

Bid

Bonds
Penn Wat Serv 5s ser

A

'67-F&A

5s' 47 M&N
Peoples Light & Power Corp—
1st lien 5*4s 1941
J&J f
Conv deb 5s 1979
J&J f
Mutual Fuel Gas g

3-6s1961
Peoples Telep (Butler,

Pa)—

114*4

87

96

80

69

76

77*4

Secured

101

101

99 ;
41

106*4

95"
39

43*4
42

103*4
111

53*4

91

Phila Suburban Water
1st

f 4s 1965

s

Phila & Western

Ry

M&S
5s 1960-J&J

sec notes 1936
6s 1941
Richland Public Service—
1st & ref 5s 1937

f

f

fcuv

vv

Pitts Canonsburg

_

w

20

38

1937

w

series

15"
70*4
*?; 99
40

1945—M&N
6s 1950-M&N

mtge

3Hs 1966

J&J

107 H

68*4
91

D '60—M&N

F&A
F 1966

Public Service Co of Nor 111—
1st & ref g 5s 1956 op '21-A&0
1st & ref 5s 1966 series O.M&N
lst&ref 4*4s 1978 ser D.M&N
1st & ref 4*4s 1980 ser E.J&J
1st & ref 4 *4s 1981 ser F.A&O
1st 1 & ref M 4*4 ser I '60.J&J

1947 series A

94

94*4

47*4

48*4

105*4

106*4

103*4

M&I

104*4

Y) Gas, Elec Lt & P-

100

75

119

120

Southern Trac—See Phila Co

105

30"

28*4

Southern

Union

Gas—

82

f

60

/
/

30
30

33

91

100*4

94

107
97
100*4
102*4

(111) Gas & El—

101

Southern Utah

103*4

113

r

115

1st M 5Ms May 1, 1960..M&
Southwestern Assoc Telep Co—
1st M 5s 1961
A&

100*4

Southwestern Bell Telep—
1st & ref M 3 Ha ser B '64. J&!

107 *4
98

100

Power*Oo—

96*4

98*4
106*4

103

103*4

100

M&!

1st 48 series D 1960

100

111*4

101*4

ser

A_.

—

102

102*4

F&
—F&
Southwestern Power & Light—
1st M 5s 1957

1st M 5s 1957 ser B

102*4

110*4

--—

103*4

100

1—i o oMNOH-

San Antonio Public Service—

108*4

103*4

& Elec—
1965
Diego Co Wat 6s A '62.M&
Diego Water Supply Co—

105

108*4

San

105

105

San

105
106

San Francisco Bay

101*4

Toll Bridge/
/

102*4
97

<')

mmmm

30

San Jose Water Works
1st mtge 3*4s ser A 1
Santa Barb Tel 3 *4s sei

1*4

101*4

105

Springfield City Water—
1st mtge 48 ser A 1956
/"mmmm
•ringfield (Mo) Gas & Elec <
1st mtge 5s 1957 ser A_„_
32
•:
3 ; : Springfield (Mass) St Ry—
Ref & gen 6s 1940
M&S
129*4 Springfield Terminal Ry 7s 1942
Stamford Water 1st 5s 1952._J&J
Stand Elec (Calif) 1st 5s '39.M&
102
100

97

Standard Gas & Elec of Delwai

6%

63"

Savannah Elec & Power Co—
1st & ref 4s 1947 ser D._.Q-Ja

06

....

1st & ref M 5s ser F 1955.M&
Savannah Elec Co 5s g *52. J&

98

....

107

....

Scranton Gas &

~9°m
101
106*4
109*4

99

105*4
,108*4

Sayre (Pa) Elec 5s 1947..._A&
Schenectady Ry 1st 5s Mar 1, '4 \t
Scioto Val Ry & Pr 1st 6s '43-J&]

g

notes 1935

—A&<

105

12

15"""

85

100

4s series B

112
105*4
105

Income 3s

.

>

105

Seattle-Everett Tractionlst M g 5s 1939 opt 191

103*4
105*4

Seattle Lighting
1st 5s 1944

/

94

26
71

73

101

3

& Basis.

.

72*4
71*4
70

61

68

*

'\.f-

24*4

f

mm mm

26*4

1

)

33

;;

34

Stewart Mt Pr-

Super-Power Co. of 111—

104*4

103

/ This price includes accrued Interest.

* Last sale n Nominal.

3

105

I

104

!■

t Called Sept. 1, at 103 H.

\f

)/

102

100

71

61

Stark Elec RR see RR

87
71
29

Oo—
------

72
73

59

i

3

72*4

€

93*4

103

68

1959.
1959,

109*4

71*4

59

93

93*4

108*4

If

72
F&
70
J&'
M 71*4
6 % conv notes 1935
J&
/ 70*4
Certificates of deposit."....
Standard Power & L Corp—
Deb g 6s 1957
...-F& :L69
Standard Public Service Corp—

92*4

5s 1961.

55
121

6s 1951
Debenture 6s 1966

Standard Telephone Co—
1st 1 coll tr 5Ha '43 ser A
Oonv deb 6s 1938

102

L

103*4

105

>

120

90

Water Oo—

1st 4*4s 1958
M& I
Scranton-Spg Brook Water Serv-

w

52
65

;

i 99

103*4

Debenture

85

104*4

97

70

108

Certificates of deposit

108*4
6

>/

78

108

109
106

66*4
75
18
110

15

107"

Sauda Falls Go Ltd—

70

105

,

129

133*4

/

Conv deb ser A 1932.

106

San Diego Consol Gas
1st mtge 4s May 1,

83

17
65*4
70

in

105

99

67

80

/

110*4

104^

66
Southwest Gas Co (Okla)—

»(——1 •>

105

90

88

1

/

33

106*4

Southwestern Gas & Elec Co—

99

99

1951-A&
St Louis Springf & Peoria RR—
1st & rer gu g 5s '39 opt.-J&!
St Paul Gas Light—
St Louis Co Gas 1st 5s

96
105
106

103*4

111*4
104*4
103*4
103*4
103*4

76"

105'"

103

102

118*4

101

70

103

61

89

100*4

103

Refunding 6s 1956-

97

....

87

-




106

J&

•

$15 cash settlement,

106*4
106*4

105*4

3

•

103*4

106*4

(Calif)-

lst M 4Hs 1968

104*4

M<!

6s 1938-1943

106

i

106*4

103*4

105*4

108

131

M&N
1st 5s 1946-J&J

108

106
103

A&l

Counties Gas

1st g 68
Southern

47

109

95*4

Trust certs 6% perpet

Public Service Co of N H—
1st mtge 3Hb ser C I960-.F&A

67

6
104*4

/

;

108*4

M&N

So Jersey Gas El & Trac—
Guar g 5s Marchl,1953.M&S

107*4
102*4

Southern Gas Utilities, Inc—

63*4

106*4

6s 1952.F&A
Public Service Corp of N J—

100*4

Calif Water—

Southern

101

65
45

/

RR-

21*4

101

98*4

100

3%a 1945
M&S
Ref mtge 3^s May 1,1960—
Ref mtge 3 *4s ser B July 1 '60.
Southern California Gas Co—
1st & ref 4*£s 1961
M&
1st M & ref 4s Aug 1 '65-F&J

104""

99*4

96

98*4

Southern Cities Utilities Co—
1st lien & coll 5s 1958
A&<

118

87

94

Southern Colorado Power Co—

101*4

104
98

Pub Ser of Indiana

Camden Sub
Consolidate< I Traction—
Extended 5s 1938
J&D
Eliz Plainf it Cent Jersey Ry—
1st g 5s Dec 1, 1950
J&J
Eliz & Raritan Rlv 5s '54.M&N
Elizabeth & Trent 5s '62-A&O
J O Hob & Pat 4s 1949—M&N
Orange & Passaic Valley—
1st 5s 1938
J&D
Pater son Ry—
2d 6s '14 ext 5% to '44. A&O

;

99

W

21*4

1954
F&A / 25*4
Public Service Oo. of Colorado—
104*4
1st & ref 6s 1953 series A.M&S
104*4
1st & ref 5*4s '54 ser B..M&S
105*4
1st & ref 6s ser O 1961--M&N

lit 3 Hs 1961
1st 3 *4s series

117*4
109*4

Light & Pow—

St Clair County

Prussian Elec 6s

1st mtge 3*4s ser

82*4

103

Canada Ltd—

1946

80

107*4
107*4

B.M&S
J&D
Power Secur coll tr 6s '49.-J&D
Providence Gaii 4s ser B1963 F&A
Provincial L B! & P 5s '46-M&S

6s

83

92""

23*4

101*4

/

Oonv deb 4> fs 1959 Ser
Conv deb 5s ser A 1957

Deb

i

63

85

Debenture

82

103*4

61

1st & ref mtge 4s 1960....M&S
Debenture 3 Ha 1940M&S

:

1st M 4«s 1960

2d 5s g 1933 ctfs of dep.

lst mtge s f 4 ha 1979.
Saguenay Elec 5J4s A 1

100
96

Potomac El Pow—
1st

103

Southern United Gas Co—

100*4

1956 ser E
M&N
1961 series F..A&0

Power Corp of

;■

104

'40 opt '20..J&J
.#• 69
4*4s 1940—J&J
100*4
Portland (Me) Gas L 5s A'50 A&O
Portland General Elec Co—
63
1st & ref 4Mb 1960
M&S 106*4
1st M 5s exten to 1950
J&J
66*4
Portland (Me) RR 3Ha 1951- J&J
89

1st mtge 5s
1st M4Ks

105

102*4

So Texas Gas 6 Ha 1938 A.-M&S
Southeastern Gas & Water Co—

J&D
1st lien 6s x-w 1941
J&D
S'eastern Indiana Pow 6s '43 M&N
S'eastern P & L deb 6s 2025.M&S
Southern Bell Telep & Teleg—
3 *4s debentures 1962
A&O
Southern California Edison—

104
89

/

Rome (N

92

;

102*4

F&A

1st lien 6s 1944

78

/

1st & ref g 5s
1st l'n & gen

Potomac Edison Co—

27*4

105*4

103*4

6s 1947-J&J
1953.-M&N
103
Pt Henry L H & P 1st 5s '46.F&A
/ 22*4
Portland Elec Pow 6s 1950-M&S
Portland (Ore) Gas & Coke—
73*4

'53-J&J

27*4

103*4

Water 5s 1938

Rockland

South Pittsburgh Water Oo—
1st lien & ref 5s 1960 ser A. J&J

28

1st lien & ref 5s 1960 ser B_ J&J

98

E 1962&
Lake Ontario

90

J&J

South Coast Co—See Indust—

1st M 5s 1955--.-

S

78

75

South Jer G E & T—See Pub Serv Corp.

20

i

5s

South Carolina Power Oo—
1st lien & ref 5s 1957

26*4

f

J&«~

W 5s 1950

80*4

mmmm

'

Rumford Falls Pow-

102
93

Platte Valley Telep
Pomerania Elec 6s

Porto Rican Power
Porto Rican Rys Ltd 5s 1962M&N
Porto Rico Telep 6s 1944—J&D
Postal Teleg & Cable 5s

i66"

26*4
25*4

Ry & El 5s 1953-_F&A

i";mmmrn'''

106

J&D

28*4

81
Roanoke

98*499

105

South Bay Consol Water—
1st ref 5s 1950
M&N

30

.

22*4

.

26

„

1st M 5s 1938

Pittsburgh Rys—See Phila Oo
Pittsburgh Suburban Water Serv
1st 1 & ref 5s 1958
M&S
Plainfield St Ry 6s 1942
J&J
Plainfield-Un Wat 5s A '61-M&M

1st 1 & con m 5s

„

/

J&J
J&J
Somerset Lighting 5s 1939 _F&A

26*4

Richmond (S I) Lt & RR—
1st coll tr g 4s 1952
J&
Rio Grande Valley Gas Co—.

Rochester & Syracuse

13

_

& Wash 5s

.

105
102

M&S

Mtge g 4s Dec 1, 1943

/

A&<
Richmond (Ind) W W Corp—
1st M 5s 1957
.M&l

28

22

Somerset Un & Middlessex Ltg—

109

Rochester Gas & Elec Corp—

12*4

97
<JULJI1(W3

F&A

95

91

,

r

1st mtge 4s 1966
Sioux City Serv 6s 1951

1U4

106

/

105*4

Rochester Central Power Corp—

98*4

69
X

116

Rhine-Westphalia El Pr (Germ y)
Mtge g 7s 1950
M&N /
/
Direct mtge 6s 1952
Con mtge 6s 1953
F&A /
Cons 6s 1955
...A&O /

Roanoke

87

Co—

103*4

_

7%

85

M&S

1st & ref 5s 1960 ser A
1st 5Hs ser B 1957

Silesia Elec Corp s f 6*4s'46 .F&A
Sioux City Gas & Elec Co—

99

101

99

Shenango Val Water 4s B'61 A&O
Shinyetsu Elec Pow (Japan)—
1st sink fund 6*4s 1952
J&D
Shrevp't Bdge & Term 5s'55-F&A

83*4
78*4

t 103*4

26

18

/

81

77*4

105

104*4
104*4
99*4

Sierra Pacific Power Oo—

105

90

11

/

1968-J&D

f 5s

104
104

104*4
98*4

Shreveport Rys 1st 5s '36-44.J&J

/125
Republic Gas 6s A 1945—-J&D
fl'25
Certificates of deposit
---99*4
Republic Natural Gas 1st 6s 1954.
Republic Service Corp—
78*4
1st coll trust 5s 1951
J&D
Rhine-Ruhr Wat Serv Union—
Extl deb 6s 1953
J&J / 24*4

Rochester

'45-A&O
People's Traction Co—
P P Ry tr ctfs 4s *43 _ F&A
Union Traction 4s 1952.J&J
ctfs

s

Shawinigan Water k Power Oo—
1st M&col s f 4 Hs'67 ser A A&O
1st coll tr 4 Ha 68 ser B _M&N
1st coll tr 4J4s ser D '70-A&O
1st coll tr 4s ser F 1961
A&O

86

83*4

96*4
11 avviv/u

99

84*4

Queensboro Gas & El 5s '52-J&J
Conv g deb 5Ha '52 ser A. A&O
Quincy El Lt & Pow 5s A'47 M&S
Rapid Transit St Ry 8s 1941-A&O

&_Fairn^5J4sj*9

Elec & Peo 4s tr

_

68"

65

A&O

Puget Sound Tel 5s A 1952-J&J
Quebec Power Co—

....

Philadelphia Rapid Transit—
.81
Coll tr g 5s 1957 opt s f—.F&A
S f guar 5s 1962
M&S
88
6s gold 1962
M&S
98
1st m r e 6s 1944
J&J
Darby Media & Ches St Ry
1st 4Kb 1936
J&J / 23
65

50

M&S /

1st & ref 5s 1950 ser O.—M&N
1st & ref 4Hb 1950 ser D.J&D

1st M & coll tr

F&A

1st 5s 1955

-LiJtLi 11

*{&S

6s 1938

Puget Sound Navig 6s 1938-M&N
Puget Sound Power & Light—
1st & ref 5*4s 1949
-J&D

100

Peoples Tract—See Phila R T
Peoples Water Service (Md)—■
88 V
1st lien 6s A 1949 w w
F&A
Peoria Water Works Co—
99 H
1st consol 4s 1948..
M&N 104
Prior lien 5s 1948
M&N
100
1st con 5s 1948
M&N
99 H
1st & ref 58 1 950
F&A
75
Debenture 4s 1950
Philadelphia Company—
Secured gold 5s 1967
J&D
37
Ardtnore Street 5s 1958.-A&O
106
Duquesne Lt 1st 3*4s '65-J&D
f 80
Duquesne Trac 1st 5s '30.J&J
90
Pittsb Rys 5s 1953
A&O
36
2d Ave Tr 1st 5s 1934
J&D
41H
So Trac 1st & coll tr g 5s'50A&0
40 H
United Trac 5s 1997 ctfs-.J&J
39
West End Trac con 5s '38-J&J
Philadelphia Electric—
103*4
1st & ref mtge 3 *4sl967--M&S
Philadelphia Elec Power Co—
110*4
1st mtge 5*4s 1972
F&A
Phila & Garretsford St Ry—
49

Hest Mantua

conv

1st coll 4-5Hs 1948

16*4

67

60

82

14*4

102*4
i01*4

55"

Ask

Bid

Bonds

Public Utilities Consol Corp-r
1st M 5**s 1948

20

bonds

month preceding the date of Issue

Serial debs 4s Feb 1, 1946 ---P Serv of Penn 1st 5*48A'53-J&D

119*4
114*4
94*4

.

.

.nd Income and defaulted be

Ask

102*4

*1&A

1st mtge 4s ser A 1966

93

115*4

Bid

Bonds
Public Service Oo of Oklahoma'

„

J&D

I960.....

Ask

95

Peoples Gas (N J) 1st 5s '68-J&D
1st sf5*4s 1960
J&D
r if"
Peoples G & Fuel 6 He ww'37 A&O
People's G L & Ooke, Chicago—
118*4
1st cons g 6s 1943__
A&O 114
Refunding gold 5s 1947..M&S
93
1st & ref 4s 1981 ser B
J&J
95 H
1st & ref mtge 4s ser D '6l _ J&D

4s

1

PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS

78

105

mmmm

105*4
105*4

Aug., 1937]

UTILITY BONDS

PUBLIC

79

NOTICE—All

bond prices are "and interest" except where marked "f" and
income and defaulted bonds
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the month
preceding the date of issue

Bonds

Bid

Sutter Butte Canal 6Hs '43. M&S
Syracuse Gas g 5s 1940-.---J&J

95

Ask

114J4
10634

10934

98

9934

96

98

77

7934

1901

5s
5s

A&O

1958

J&D

5s

1953
M&N
Temescal Water 1st 5s A '00 M&N
Tennessee Eastern Elec Oo—

82

1st M 5s 1943
P&A
Ref s f 0s series A 1955—M&N
Tennessee Electric Power—
1st & ref 08 1947 ser A
J&D
1st & ref 5s 1950
J&D
Tenn Pow gu 5s 1902 opt.-M&N

93

94

9534

8634
85

8734

Tennessee Public Service—
1st & ref 5s 1970
A&O
Terni Hydro Elec 634s 1953.P&A

69
68

70

84

9934

-

87

6934

10634

10334

105

101

Trac

1st 5s 1937 opt.-J&J /
Texas Electric Service Co—

1st mtge 0s ser A 1950
Texas Pow Corp 0s 1950
General 634s 1950
Texas Power & Light—
Dob g 0s 2022 ser A

g

!§

27

30

88

8934

M&S

95

M&S

81

10634
10534

10534

5s Jan 1900 opt-. A&O /

80

4834
1634

gr37_.J&J

ser

A

90

92

85

94

91

93

7634

7734

107k
70
117

73

65

45

J&D

10

Tri-County Telep 43*s B *50 A&O
101
Troy City Ry 1st cons 6s '42 A&O /
434
105
Troy Gas Co 1st 5s 1939—M&N
2d 0s 1939
P&A
23 Street Ry—See N Y Rys
Twin City Rapid Transit Co—
1st lien & ref 534s A 1952J&D
1st lien & ref

102
6

534s B 1952-.J&J

11*
78

104

——

9934
97 H

i5o"

90

95

t

10334

102

& El 1st ext 5s '40M&S
Union Gas Co. of Canada—
1st serial 334s 1936-38
J&D

10234
—

—

-—

98

•';•••'

mmm

m

99

1st serial 4s 1939-42

J&D

1st serial 434s 1943-45
1st 4Hs 1950

9734

J&D

98

J&D

9934

Union Gas System—
f 5s 1948—J&D

1st 4s Mar 31 1961
2d ext 4s Mar 31 1960

A&O
A&O
Pub Serv (Del) 6s '39.J&D

5>4s

101

ser

Coll tr 6s 1942 ser A
63*s 1933
United Pub Util Corp—

No par value.

11434
99

10734

7934

8034
10334
7634
110

7534
84

F&A f

8

5034
5134

2434

10834

96

97

89
96
90

93

West
West
1st
2d
West
1st

9934
9934

look

116

10534

106"

73
69

10734

84"

Phila Pass

2334
2334

§7 H

8434
27
26

100
9234
96

12134

ii"
58

99*4

10934
10634
106

106k

70
84

9334

9434

m

Western Mass Cos—
3X %
coup notes 1946
J&D
Western N
5s *46. J&D
Western N Y Water Co—
1950

104
10634

M&N

»«««.

95

10134

99"
10434

1950

J&J

95

Western Pow (Can) 5s
1949—J&J
Western Public Service Co—

104

& ref 534s
1960
P&A
Western States Util 6s A
'45.A&O
Western Union
Telegraph—

83
85

86

1st

1938--.--.... j&j

10134
k

91

W

i|I
86
88

10134

89

Mut Un 6s ext at

A

J&D

1957

"M&S

ser

f 6s

8934

10434

10534

104

105

""
M&N

Westmoreland Water 1st 5s._
1952
Westphalia United El Pr
s

8934

,

Western Utilities Corp—
6% notes 1937

1st M

9134
90*4

5%tor4"lK&N *106
Gas & Elec Co—

W^OT-n U^ed
1st 534s 1955

61

102

63
103

j&j
Electric Co—

f 24

2634

M&N
M&S
F&A

O.—.Im&N

Williamsport Water Co
1st M 5s Aug 1952
ser A.. .F&A
Wilmington Ry Bridge 5s
1943..

i—

oo

102
98

107

10434

106

97

9734
9534

05

10434

9934
76

78

95

46*

43
10534

106

105
118

87

89

7434
6634

*
*

3
6

1

com

Preferred

25

Amer Superpower
Corp com
*
First $6 preferred
*
Preferred 56 series
♦
American Telep & Teleg
100
Amer Utilities Service common.*

6% preferred
..25
Amer Wat Wks & Elec com——.*
$6 1st preferred
*
Appalachian El Pow 7% pref —*
6% preferred
...»
Arizona Edison com
Arkansas Natural Gas
Corp
Class A non-voting

100

Atlanta Gas Light 6%
pref. .100
Atlantic City Elec 56 pref*
Salt Transit Co v t c
*
Preferred v t c
,—100
——

.25
.100
100

"mmmm

2

8*
i7?n

35

17134

oil

2?i

U"
105

94
106

97

99

*8
in

434

5

F
9

32

"33 'eft
86
70
134
3
12

8434
7434
134

234
10
10

21

22
21
22

20

2034
2134

23

§8

gfc

37
40

39

43

634
O

87

89
114

112

134
434
2134

2
5

2234

133
110

*
*

Telephone (Canada)
100
Telep of Pa 634 pref
100
Beverly Gas & Elec
25
Birmingham Elec 57 pref_.____*
Bell

56 preferred...—*
Birmingham Gas 56 pref
*
Birmingham Wat Wks 6% pf.100
Blackstone Val Gas & El pref. 100
Blue Ridge Corp
]
..

53 conv preferred
Boston Edison Co

1334

434

-

...

SS

92

10

...

-

25

*

6% preferred.
Arkansas Pow & Lt 57
pref
*
6% preferred
_*
Associated Gas & Elec com ....1
Common class A
1
Original preferred
..*
54 preferred
*
$5 preferred..
...»
56 preferred
*
5634 preferred
*
$7 preferred
*
Option warrants
Assoc Telep Co Ltd 51.25
pf
*
Assoc Telep & Teleg $6
pref—
$7

7% pi ere. red
6% preferred.—
Baton Rouge Elec Oo
50 pf
Beauharnois Power com

"834

834

167
115

170

116

§5"

78
69

71

26

29

103
112

2*4

*

Boston Elevated
Ry com
Brazilian Tr Lt & Pow ord

Bridgeport Gas Light
Bridgeport Hydraulic Co
Brit Col Pow Oorp A

a

100
100
*

*

20
*

Class B-.
Broad River Power 7%
pref--100
Brockton Gas Light Oo v t
c—25
Brooklyn Edison
100

45*2
135*1

13534
6034
2634

61

27
33
36

30
34

3834
734

3534
8

100

T"

6
173

180

2234
6434
334
1734
3034

fl"

2334
9734

13

104

Called Aug. 2 at 105

b Basis.

/Flat price

8
2

1934
2634
1134
6634

1134
6334
5634
1934
334
1334
134

....

com

4
,

1834

*

l8tj3referred

334
3634
10934

l¥*

*

Preferred
Arkansas Missouri Power—

Bangor Hydro Elec

irA
irA

3

com

...

n54
12234

36
10834

*

35

36.

28

-

common

59

3434
3434
534
11534
12134
1034
5534

*

Utility

57
87

83

4534

American Light & Traction. __25
6% preferred
25
Amer Power & Light com
——♦
$6 p. pferred
*
$5 preferredAmerican Service $3 preferred.

New

65k

1
t Galled Aug. 2 at
10334.

10534
5634

5434

*

-

1st 5s *38.-J&J

Water 6s 1949
1st M 5s 1956 ser B
1st M 5s 1960 ser

106

112

*

Bklyn Manhat Transit-...----*
$6 preferred series A
...»
Bklyn & Queens Transit com--*
56 preferred
*
Brooklyn Union Gas
*
Buffalo Niagara & East Power—
51.60 prior preferred
25
55 1st pref-......—...
*

(Germ)

1953

$7 second pref series A
$6 cum pref
Warrants
Amer Gas & Elec com

Bel]

99

M&N

6s 1950

*
*

—..

1954.A&O

M„5s 1951

86"

70

*

100

.

10834

Ry—

1960
J&J
West Va Water
Service—
1st mtge 4s 1961
A&O
Western Cont Util 6s
1944—M&S
Western Lt & Tslep 5s

M{5ks

95"

121

ext

1

.

105*4

11834

334s 1956—
A&O
extended 1956
M&N
Texas Utilities Co—"
M 5s 1957 ser A
-..A&O
West Virginia Ohio
River

•89

102

55

Class B

Amer States

107

Co

53

8634

10134

72 34

1st $6 preferred
Warrants

65

Hydro-Elec—

99

79

*

Alabama Water Service pref
*
Allegheny Traction—See Phila Co
Allentown Beth Gas pref
50
Amer Cities Pow & Light cl A 25
Class A opt div ser w w
25

56 preferred
Amer Gas & Power

75
74
71

72

1966
J&J
Penn Tr 1st 5s 1960-J&D

York Haven Wat&P 1st 5s'51 J&D
York Rys 1st Mg 5s *37
opt-J&D

Amer Dis Tel of N J com
Preferred
Amer & Foreign Pow com
$7 preferred-

98

106

/

Yonkers Ry—See Third Ave
Ry
York (Pa) Gas 1st 5s 1941.M&N

% 9134

1st 6s ser A w w 1950
98
J&J
Conv deb 634s 1945
92
J&J
West Coast
Telep 5s A 1953.J&J
9434
Westchester Elec—See 3d Ave
Ry
Westchester Lt 1st g 5s *50—J&D
120
Gen mtgg 3 34s
10234
gtd 1967—J&J
Westchester Serv Corp 6s '48 A&O / 38
West End St
Ry—See Boston El
West End Trac—See
Phila
_

4s serial deb June 1 1938-1940.
Wisconsin Public Service
Corp—
1st mtge 4s 1961
J&D
Wolverine Pow adj 4 34s Mar 1 '59
Worcester & Conn Eastern Ry—
See Railroads.
Worcester St Ry 5s A 1947. J&D
Worcester Transit Association—
Cum income 6s 1952
J&D

PUBLIC UTILITY STKS.
Alabama Power $7 pref
$6 preferred
$5 preferred

45"

5s

—

Wisconsin Hydro-Elec Co—
1st M 5s 1947
A&O
Wisconsin Michigan Power Co—
1st mtge 3 34s 1961
J&J
Wisconsin Minn Light & Power—
1st & ref 5s 1944 opt *19—M&N
Gen & ref 7s 1947
J&J
1st & ref 8s 1944
M&N
Wisconsin Power & Light—
1st mtge 4s ser A 1960
J&D

Wyoming Vail P

w w

West Penn Elec deb 5s
2030-A&0
West Penn Power—
1st M 5s 1963 series E
M&S
1st M 4s 1961 series H
J&J
1st M 334s ser I

10034

20

6334
1960-F&A
Wash Ry & El g 4s 1951
10634
J&D
Anacost & Pot 5s 1949
67
A&O
1st guar 5s 1949
107
A&O
City & Sub 5s g 1948
F&A
Washington Water Power Co—
1st ref 5s 1939 op
10634
J&J
1st & gen 5s 1960
10534
J&J
Washtenaw Gas 1st 5s 1953--J&J
102
Waterloo Ced Falls & No
Ry—
1st M s f g 5s 1940
2234
J&J /
Certificates of deposit
f 2234
Water Service Cos 5s '42--M&S tioo
Watert'n l&p—See No N Y Util.
Waukesha Gas & Electric Co—

Canadian

10034

J&J

Cum income 6s
(w s) 1952-J&D
8 6s 1971—A&O
Yadkin River Pow 1st 5s '41 A&O

109

10834

Deb s f 6s 1946
P&A
Virginian Power 1st 5s 1942.J&D
Wabash Telephone—
1st M 434s A 1956
J&J
Warren Ohio Telep 6s 1942.M&N
Wash'n (DC)GL5s 1960--M&N
Refunding 5s 1958
J&J
Washington Gas & El Co—
1st s f 534s 1947
P&A
1st M 534s 1953
J&J
1st M 5s 1955
M&N

1st M 5s 1941
opt

24

120

107"

5034

1st & ref 534s 1946 ser A—P&A
1st & ref 5s 1950 ser B
J&D
1st & ref 6s ser C 1952
M&S

Wh^e Piains Ltg
Wichita

t Called Sept. 1 at 102.




1st & ref M 4s ser A 1955-M&N

Wheeling (WTa)

..A&O

86K

12034

Virginia Electric & Power—

1st 5s series B

liH

13

Conv deb 634s ser A 1938.F&A 7
34
Vamma Water Pow 534s '57.A&0
103
Vermont Ltg Corp 1st 5s'44 A&O /
30
Vesten Elec Ry 7s 1947
2234
J&D /

Coll tr 5s

10634

United Rys Cos 4% ctfs '49-J&J f
United Railways of Havana—

•

103

10334

7534
10934

99

15
50

-

7034

103

98

Deb 5s 1959
-P&A /
Utilities Public Service Co—
Conv 6s 1933
J&D /
Utilities Service 6s 1953
/

1st'5s series B

10134

•

9634
10234

10234

Gen M 5s 1956 ser D
10534
A&O
107
Gen 5s 1952 series E
J&J
Utica & Mohawk Valley Ry—
1st 434s 1941
7
M&S /
Utilities Power & Light Corp—
Deb g 534s 1947
5034
J&D /

^Utilities

6934

Conv coll tr 6s A I960-—J&J
Convcolltr 53*s B 1960
J&J

Eq 7348 Feb 15 1936

....

9434
8934

B—

United Elec Serv (Italy)—
Extl 1st s f 7s 1956 ser A..J&D
United Gas & Fuel (Hamilton)—
1st s f 534s 1948
J&J
United Ilium Co New Haven—
1st 4s Feb 1 1940P&A
United Light & Power Co—
Deb g 634s 1974
—M&N
1st 1 & consol 534s 1959—A&O
Deb g 0s 1975
M&N
United Lt&Rys (Me) 6s A'52 A&O
Deb 6s 1973
J&J
Un Lt Rys(Del) deb 534s.52 F&A
United Public Service Co—

15
114

96

2022-.--M&N

1

Utica Belt Line Street Ry—
1st 5s 1939
11
M&N /
Utica EI & P 1st 5s 1950-—J&J
11834
Utica G & El ref & ext 5s *57 J&J
11834
106
Gen 534s 1949 ser O—J&D 15

1st

Unit Elec Oo of N J 4s '49--J&D
United Elec Rys (Providence)
Gen ref M 5s Jan 1951 ser A—
Gen ref M 4s Jan 1951

May

1st

M&S 15 /

1942

»—

65
65
91

Ry—See Third Ave Ry
Traction—See Phlla R T
Water Service CoFirst lien 534s '51 ser A.M&N
Union Water Wks Oo—

6s

1st lien gen M 5s 1944—P&A
1st lien & gen M 4 34s 1944.P&A

wBrtdge3k^34s,

77

Union Passenger Railway—

1st Hen

Deb

West Ohio Gas 6s A
1954.

10334

Union Gas

Union
Union
Union
Union

2634
9934

West

Gen 58 series A 1954
J&D a
Gen'l mtge 5s 1967 ser B..F&A t
General 5s 1957
A&O 1
General 4 Ms 1957
M&N

s

2434
9934

1959
110
J&J
Wayne United Gas 634s '44. J&D / 90

79
75

3% notes, 1942
J&J
Union El Lt & Pow Co of St L—

1st M & coll

13

1st

10434

Twin States Gas & Electric—
1st 1 & ref 534s 1945 Ser A.M&S
Tyrol Hydro-Elec Pow Co—
1st M s f 7Ms 1955
M&N
Guar s f 7s 1952
P&A
Ujigawa Elec Power (Japan)
1st M s f 7s 1945
M&S15
Union Elec Co of Missouri—
1st mtge & coll tr 3 Ms 1902 J&J

Union Elev RR—See N W Elev

10

1st lien & ref 6s

55"

4634
9234

M&S15

1941

1634

75

Toledo Flison 5s 1902_____M&N
Traction & Term'l Corp 5s '57J&J
Trenton G & El g 5s 1949..M&S
Trent'n Pass Ry 1st ext 0s'01 A&O
Trenton St Ry ext 5s 1908..J&J
General 0s

7

49

60

Tokyo Elec Light Co (Japan)lst g 0s 1953 series.-J&D15

United Traction (Albany)
Con g 434s 2004
--—J&D /
Unit Trac (Pgh)—See Phlla Co

Virginia Public Service Co—

91

It.

f 7s 1955

94

101

~

^

V-

28

/

Third Ave RR 1st 5s

s

12

7

Union Ry 1st 5s g 1942..F&A
Westchester El 1st 5s g '43. J&J
Yonkers Ry 1st 5s 1940--A&O
Tide Water Power 1st 5s '79.F&A
Toho Electric Power (Japan)—

1st

94"

A&O

1st & ref 5s 1950
Texas Pub Serv 1st 5s 1901
Texas Traction Co 5s 1937--J&J
Third Avenue Ry (New "* ork)
1st ref g 4s 1900 opt aft '14 J&J

Adj inc

10034

10134

J&J
M&N

1952.-M&N

_

105

1st mtge 5s 1900
.-J&J
Texas Gas Util 0s 1945—
A&O
1st 2-6s 1951—M&S
Texas Hydro Elec Corp—

f 534s ser B

1st lien 6s ser

i

90

9934
Texarkana Wat 1st 5s '58-.P&A
103
Texas Cities Gas 1st 5s '48.-M&N
92
Texas Consumers Water—
1st 0s A 1939
A&O 1
734
Texas Elec Ry 5s 1947
J&J f
634
Tex

Wise Fuel& Lt 1st 5s 1948.-M&N
Wisconsin Gas & Electric—
1st mtge
3J>4s 1960
A&O

80
80

Gen 4-5s series A 1965
Gen inc 4-5s ser B 1965

Unterelbe Power & Light Co—
Sink fdM 6s 1953
A&O /
Utah Lt & Tr 1st 5s 1944 A—A&O
Utah Power & Light Co—

Telephone Service (Ohio)—

Terre Haute Traction &
Light—
1st con M g 5s 1944
M&N
Terre Haute W W Corp—
1st M 0s 1949 ser«A
J&D
1st M 5s 1950 ser B_
P&A
Terre H'te & West Ry 5s '37 M&N

f 534s ser

s

105
77

J&J

28

9834

Telephone Bond & Share Oo—
Deb

s

Coll

Tampa (Fla) Gas 534s '50--A&O
1st

7934
7934

A 1952—M&N

Coll

27
1234

Ask

34

United Securities Co—

107

Bid

10434
7634
6234

Bonds

Winnipeg Elec 1st 434s I960-J&J

27
33

City & Sub Pub Serv 5s 34.J&J

5s 1946.M&S f
2nd mortgage 5s 1930
J&J /
Taiwan El Pow s f 534s 1971-J&J
g

Ask

90

126

Syrac Rap Tr 1st

Bid

Bonds
United Rys of St Louis—
Gen g 48 July 1 1934.---.J&J/

> T...f «oi*

«

xr—

P

*

Quotations for all

Cable 8c Wireless Ltd-—
Amer dep rec 7)4% A

securities are as near as possible for the closing

Eastern Mass St

5% adjustment stockEast Shore Pub Serv 6)4 %
Eastern States

84

104*6

Canada Nor Pow com
Can Hydro-El Oorp 6% 1st pf 100
Canadian Marconi- _ ------- - r = 1

$6 preferredCent Arkan Pub Serv Corp
Central Elec and Tel com

-*

"*7 preferred series
6 preferred series B
Eastern Util Assoc com

1.55
33

15*6

Elec Power 8c Light

--

Cenl;IUinol?Light4)4% pref-100

$7 preferred
$6 preferred
2d pref series A
Optional warrants

102
71
85

$6 pref------*
Cent Indiana Gas 6)4% pref-100
Cent Indiana Power 7% pref 100
Central Maine Pow 6% pref—100
7% preferred
100
Cent Mississippi Valley—Elec Properties 6% pref- -—100
Cent Ohio Lt & Pow 6% P^---*
Central Pow & Light 7% pref 100
Cent 111 Pub Serv

19

10

100 *6
4)4
101

5)4% Prof—*
Chic City & Oon com part cub..*
Pref partic ctfs
——-Chic Dfet Elec Generat $6 prefOhlcago Rys partic ctfs series-100

Preferred

-

-

7^

101

102

—100
50
Suburb Bell Telep—50

$3 preferred
Warrants.

113*6
38*
103*

—*

Consolidated Gas Utilities com.l
i

Cons Trac of N J—See P S Corp
Cons Trac (Pittsb)—See Phila Co
Consumers Gas (Reading)....25
Consumers Gas (Toronto)
100 r
Consumers Power $5 pref..—*

*

28
201
99*6
92

Continental Gas & Electric—

100

7% prior preferred

89

Continen Pass Ry—See Phila R T

1
100
......1

Crescent Public Service com
Cuban Telephone pref

Cumberland Gas com

Cumberland Co (Maine)
Power & Lt 6%'pref

100

5)4 % preferred
100
Dallas Power 8c Light 7 % pref 100
6% preferred
*

106
100

103

114
110
102*6

*
100
Derby Gas & Elec $7 pref—
*
Detroit & Canada Tunnel......*
Detroit Edison
100
Duke Power
100
Duluth Superior Transit com —*
Duqueene Nat Gas common
*
$4 preferred..—.
.*
$5 preferred
-*

2
21
55
14)4
11526
71

4

*

Without par

100
100




value.
tNow known
Ex-dividend.

x

19
63
16

1

10

50
...

pf2100

Indiana Hydro

T'

9)4
6%
49*6
?

62

Warrants..----—- —.....
Internat Ocean

Teleg (guar)..100

International Power Co........*
1st preferred
- 100

Securities

as

the Southern

33
25
63

42

44

16
28

33

38

41

Lexington Util 6*6% pref
25
Lexington Wat Serv pref.—....
Light & Pow Securities Co..
Preferred....

82

84

Lockhart Power pref...........
Lone Star Gas Corp
*

100

25

com

cl A

100
100

II

7% preferred
100
Lynn Gas & Elec Co
25
Mackay Companies 4% pref. .100
Maiden Electric Co
Maiden & Melrose Gas Lt

3*6
80
20
65

16*6
48*6
1*6

51*

7fi*
76

89*
21

108"
114*6

13$
51

103

105*6
88

*6
77

86

90

101

105

83
23

84*
24*

75*6

77

84
75
29
33

86

13
20c

68
30
42

36
250

18*6
49

185

108
107

85*6
8*6
2726

10*6

com..

California Gas Co.

100

10

25
25

Amer dep rets for ord shs
£1
Market St Ry(San Francisco). 100

6% preferred
100
6% prior preferred
100
6% non-cum 2d preferred-.100
Mass Power 8c Light Associat'n—

27*6
10*6

9*6
226

!»
10*6

13

23

24

3*6

3

*

Common with warrants

Common without warrants...*

$2 Preferred

...

*

23*6

*

Warrants

Mass Utilities Associates

62

11*6

112
41
791
65

100

100
Lowell Electric Light
25
Luzerne Co Gas & El $6 pref. 100

18*6

74*

*

100

<

;:>£

98

Manhattan Railway 7% guar 100

34

105
71

31

y

tc.

5% conv partic preferred—50
Memphis Natural Gas..
—*
Memphis Power A Light $7 pf$6 preferred
Metropolitan Edison Co—
$6 preferred series O—...—'*
$6 prior preferred
—*
Mexican Northern Ry com—100
Preferred
..........100
Middle West Corp com-—....-5
Warrants

—.

78

Middle West Utilities———-*

30

dland
?>6 convUtil 7% prior lien—100
preferred series A
*

34

prior lien..
—.100
7% preferred class A-—. .100
6% preferred class A
100
Milw Elec Ry & Light—
60
6% pref series 1921
100
34
Minnesota Pow & Lt 7 % pref 100
47
$6 cum preferred
—100
*6
Mississippi Power $6 pref....—
2'
$7 preferred
—
38
Miss Power & Light 6% pref—*
Mississippi RIv Pow 6% pref-100
260
21*6 Mississippi Valley Utilities—*
Missouri Pow & Lt $6 pref
*
Missouri Pub Service com
*
109*6 Monongahela L 8c P—See PhilaGo
Monongahela St Ry—See PhilaOo
109
87*6 Monon-West Penn P S 7% pref 25
8*6 Montana Dakota Utilities com. 10
5% preferred—.
—.100
28"
6% preferred
.......100
10
Montana Power 6% pref
*
Montreal L H & Pow Cons
-*
Montreal
Telegraph
.—40
Montreal Tramways com—.100
Mountain States Power com—
7%
preferred
100
Mountain States Tel 8c Tel--10C
Montana Power 6% pref
—*
Municipal Service 6% pref—100
Nassau & Suffolk 7% pref—100
National City Lines—
15

6%

"8 5c

...

Light—

Illuminating Shares

M

60

36

25

International Ry ▼ t c
•

7r

Ilium & Power Secur

Internat Power
Units

<

30

105

104*6

Modified 5% guar
100
Marcon Int Marine Commun'y—

96

IllfnoisrNShVtmties~6 %

2"

57

*

5% Preferred

5*6

55*6

50
52

1st pref. 100
class A
*
Elec 7% pref. 100
Indiana Service Co 6% pref—100
7% preferred...
—100
Indianap Pow & Lt 6*6% pf-100
X Indianapolis Ry Co v tc
—100
27
Interboro R T vot trust ctfs..100
12)4 Internal Hydro-El Syst A——.25
Conv pref $3.50 secies.....

*

Canadian price,

48

pref-.*
A__—1
*

A......

57

East Coast Public Service v t c__l

r

1

98

99

Preferred

120

2*6

1*6

96

109*6
103

61

5% preferred
6% preferred.
7% preferred..
Louisville Railway Co...

48

47

119g

49

Louisv Gas & Elec

4 56

84

74

46

47

46

100„

79

23

48

46

135

Hamilton Bridge
Preferred

22

Eastern Gas & Fuel Assoc's com *

6% preferred
4)4% prior preferred

7% pref class

--...—100

47

43

43

il*
90

89

72

1

43

42

51)4
26

37
130

;

6*6% preferred
100
Long Island Lighting com
*
7% preferred A
—100
6% preferred B
100
Los Angeles G&E Corp 6%pf 100
Louisiana Power & Light $6 pf-*

4*6

43
44

-

Illinois Power &

102 *6

22
11)4

*

46.

Arrears certificates..

Duquesne Light—See Phila Co—

92*2

4

'64""

53*6

Light—
6% preferred
100
7% preferred
100
Kentucky Utilities 6% pref.. 100
7% preferred
—100
Keystone Pub Serv $2.80 pref..*
Keystone Telephone $4 pref—50
Kings Co Ltg 7% pref
100
5% preferred.....
100
Laclede Gas Light
100
5% preferred.
100

17%.
20*6

Co.

93

94
62
55
I

Kansas Power 8c

56

^

-

92

36*6

Kansas Elec Pow 6% pref
100
Kansas Gas & Elec 7% pref.. 100

'R

19*

w

1]
\

'81

89

-*
..—100 r
Hamilton Gas common v t c
*
Hartford Electric Light
25
Hartford Gas com
25
Preferred
.......2 5
Havana Elec Ry com....—...1
203
6% preferred
.—..—100
Haverhill Elec Go_.
—--25
Hestonville M & F—See PhilaRT
Holyoke Water Power...——100
91*6 Houston Natural Gas com.....*
Preferred
—.50
Hudson County Gas.—
100
Idaho Power 7% pref
100
2)4
6% 1 st preferred-*
111 Commercial Telep $6 pref.—*
108
Illinois Iowa Power common ...»

Dayton Pow & Lt 4)4% pref.100
Denver Tramway com
Preferred

60*6
72

54

Georgia Power $6 preferred—
$5 preferred
52
Germantown Pass—See PhilaRT
42
Gloucester Elec Lt Co.—
25
2
Gold & Stock Telep (guar)
100
60 *6 Green & Coates—See Phila R T
114*6 Green Mt Pow Corp $6 pref—*
50
Greenwich Gas $1.25 pref__
2
Greenwich Wat & Gas o% pf_100
15
Gulf States Util $6 pref.
—*
19
$5.50 pref
-*
75*6 Hackensack Water—.........25

100

* r

Lawrence Gas 8c Elec Lt

Warrants.:

Cons Edison Co of N Y com....*

$4.50 preferred

63*6

*
20

5 % preferred
Gen Telephone Corp com

$3 conv preferred—

.100

62

57
60

Gary Elec & Gas common
*
Gas & Elec of Bergen County. 100
Gas Utilities Co
,*
Gen Gas & Elec (Del) com A._*
5s prior preferred
$6 cum conv pref ser A—
*
$6 conv pref ser B
*
$7 preferred
$8 preferred
Gen Italian Edison Elec Corp—
Amer shs for ordinary stock.
Gen Public Service Corp
*
$6 preferred
-*
General Pub Util common
*

Gen Telep Allied Corp $6
Gen Wat Gas 8c Elec com

25
100

726
18*6

98
Foreign Light & Power units..-*
Frankf'd & S'thwark—see Phila R.T.

1H
214

Jamaica Pub Service Ltd

6% preferred

81

78
7
17

$6 preferred
,
—*
$6*6 preferred
*
$7 preferred
—*
Fitch burg Gas 8c Elec Light—50
Florida Power & Lt $7 pref
*

113 *6

100

50*6

50*6

11*6

Federal Power & Light com—50
Fed St & Pleasant Val—See Phila
Federal Water Service com A-.*

109 )4

6*6% preferred.......
*
$7 preferred
*
Iowa Southern Util 7% pref.- 100
6% preferred
Italian Superpower common A
*
Debenture rights
k

New common,

25*6

.

Consol Elec & Gas $6 pref......*
Cons Gas E L & P (Bait)
*

ssa

Federal Light & Tr com
Preferred ($6)

101,

56

46

Franklin Telegraph (guar)...100
Gardner Elec Light common. 100
Preferred
100

-*
*

66

58

45*6

*
*
*

63

99
90
91

44

50
47

25
—15
*

Fall River Gas Works

53
65

6% preferred A —.......100
6)4% preferred B
—100
Commonwealth Edison Co.—100
Commonwealth Gas
......-1
Commonwealth & Sou Corp com *
Optional warrants
$6 preferred
*
Community Pow & Lt com.....*
First preferred 6%
..-100
Community Pub Serv com..-.25
Community Water Serv com—1
7% preferred
*
Concord Elec Co 6% pref....100
Common
*
Conn Gas & Coke Sec pref
-*

Warrants,

62

40

Phila

4|*

90
107 )4

225

215

60

Iowa Pow 8c Lt 7% pref...—100
Iowa Pub Serv $6 pref
*

Jersey Cent Pow & Lt 7% pfllOO
6% preferred
100
5*6 % preferred.
100
Kansas City Power 8c Light—
1st pref $6 series B
.«.*
Kansas City Pub Serv old.—...*

54

33

61

Preferred
100
Jamaica Water Supp 7 *6 % pf- .50
Jefferson Electric com
*

44

25

6% pref

_

11*6

Fairm't Pk & Hadd Pass Ry—See
Fall River Elec Light
25

--*

$4.50 preferred
-*
Cleveland Railway
100
Coast Co Gas & E1 1st pref—100
Oolum G & El Corp (Del) com.-*
6% preferred series A100
5% preferred
--100
5% conv preferred
100
Columbus Delaware & Marion—
7% preferred
100
Columbus Ry P & L $6 pref
Columbus & Southern Ohio Elec

p

77

10

6&
90 h

100
---10
100
Cities Serv Pr & Lt $6 pref---*
7% preferred
----100
Citizens' Pass Ry—See Phila R 1
Citizens Traction—See Phila Co
Citizens Utilities com
1
Oleve Elec Ilium common
*

$5 preferred

80

76
64
9

7

7

-

Cincinnati Street Ry

ill

78

Option warrants

100
100
-100
Cincinnati Gas & Elec 5% pf 100
Cincinnati Gas Transp
100
Cine New & Gov Lt & Trac—100

6% preferred series A

6*6
23*6

185

European Elec class A

Series 4-

4)4% preferred

6._
23*6

68*6

100

Essex & Hudson Gas

Series 3

Connecticut Ry& Lighting

76

25

...

pref

—.100

21

75
66
6

*
*
*

com...

7% preferred

20*6

50
100

Engineers Pub Serv com
$5 convertible preferred
$5*6 pref (with warrants)
...
$6 preferred

Series 2

5)4% preferred

15*

Telephone

Iowa Electric 6 *6s

7

r:

6% preferred
100 fe
Empire Power Corp partic stk__*
$6 preferred
*
Empire Telephone com.....---*

19

Chester Water Serv

Connecticut Power

100
100

Investors

pref $7

Iowa El Lt 8c Pow

t

Empire & Bay State Teleg---100
Empire District Elec 6% pf--100
Empire Gas & Fuel Co pf 8% -100
Preferred 7 %
—.100
6)4% preferred
100

19

Central West Go. com __—-—o

Common

14
12
21

520

35

100

Connecticut Light & Power.

i§*

510

1

---1

Cities Service com
Preferred
Preferred B
Preferred BB

29*6

Warrants........—.....—
Eliz & Trenton RR com
50

.

------100
Conv preferred ser of 1929--100
6 % cum pf (without warr) - -100
Central States Pow & L S7 pf--*
Cent Vermont Pub Serv 6% Pf-*

Oincin &

30""

12

65

108

3

preferred

Preferred

28

105

89

1*6

*

.—.........100

Eliz Consolidated Gas

40*6

*

24

88*6
3H
53)4

Cent & S W Util com
50c
Preferred
--------Prior lieu preferred
*

18

39*6
26

*

—

Preferred

17

*

$6 preferred

Preferred series A 7%-.—100
El Paso Nat Gas com
.....—3

78

*

Interstate Power

3*6

El Paso Electric Co

97*6

12
19

$1.75 preferred

76

84*6
93)4

Preferred..

17%
126

l

$3.50 preferred
Warrants

526

36

(Del)

*

Class B

28*6
6%

Corp..—-*
.........

11

58

*
*
*
1
1

Elec Power Association
Class A full paid

Ask

♦

Interstate Natural Gas

60

*
*
*

preferred
preferred

Bid

Par

International Telep 8c Teleg
International Utilities A

68

3*6

--*

"

-1

7% preferred-

81

pf 100

com

"(Boston)II100

pf 100

Central States Edison
Central States Elec Corp

4*6
78
73

Oonv stock

—ou

6%preferred
Cent Hud G & El com

12

100

Oorp

Edison Elec Ilium
Electric Bond 8c Share—

100

Capital Transit (Wash, D 0)
Carolina Pow & Light $7 pref

40

10

100
100

6% preferred

84

2

40

Stocks

Ask

2

-100

6% pref B stock..

ord
5)4 % pre**.—
Calif-Oregon Power Co—6% preferred series of 1927 100
6% preferred
—100
Calif Water Serv 6% pref
100
Amer dep rec B

Amer dep rets

Bid

Ry com..-.100

6% 1st pref stamped

ord--**

day of the month preceding the date of Issue

Par

Stocks

Ask

Bid

Par

Stocks

Conv

STOCKS

PUBLIC UTILITY

80

Common

2i$

2i$

62*6
72
98

331

3*6
37

*97*6
3l%

..........

—50

$3 conv preferred

National Gas 8c Elec com.... 10
National Power 8c Light com.—*

Nebraska

Power 7% 1st pref 100
Nevada-Calif Electric com—100
Preferred

Newark Consolidated Gas

{Name changed to Boston Edison

Co.

200
100

I: Last sale,

n

Nominal.

AUG., 1937]

PUBLIC
Quotations for all securities

Stocks
New

Brunswick

Par

Bid

are as

Stocks

23

265*

,76

77

235*

285*

126

65

117

New Haven Water
60
N J & Hud Riv Ry & Fer pref 100
New Jersey Pow & Lt $6 pref—*
New Jersey Water pref
100
New Mexico Gas com....—...6

109
103
98

..—60
$6 cum prefAllegheny Traction..—....50

265*
58)4

Citizens

Traction
Consolidated Trac pref

79)4

zl»
6**
12

15

24

95*

12

9m

100

1075*

17 non-cum preferred
*
N Y A Richmond Gas 6% pref100
N Y & Queens El L & Pow—
Common

109
31

28

i 32

14
86

;f 145*

*

-

-

88
71

85

"t

.....

46
45

111

32)4
43)4
4)4
28)4

6

97

135*
28)4

Peninsular Telep Co com

*
100

Preferred

Penn Central Lt A P $5 pref—..*
$2.80 preferred—
—.*

Penn-Obfo Edison—
Warrants...................
.

,

30

105

135*

64
r

101

r

23
19

6H
21)4
1405*
120
10

22

com

;12

Partic class A stock
*
Penna Gas A Elec Co 7 % pref. 100

Pennsylvania Power 6% pref-100
6.60% preferred
100
Pennsylvania Pow A Lt $7 pref.*
$6 preferred-... *
>
$5
preferred*
Pennsylvania State Water, pref.*
Penna Telephone $6 pref
100
Pennsylvania Water A Pow
*
People's G L A O (Chic)
100

5

105*

w W
12
IVH
101
104
94
89
85
90
108

135*
37
103
106
95

91
86
94
110

825*
605*

835*
515*

89

Jfc Last sale,




n

;

91

105*

355*
1165*
785*

29
15*
16
35*
6
,

Class B common.....

i_] % Preferred

Ut]ca Gas A Elec 7%
$6

29 5^
935*
1015*

—50c
60

Class B

"*

^

^

m

1065*
1075*
36
....

805*
112
34

w—.i.

Original preferred
.......25
Southern Calif Gas Co—
6% preferred series A
25
Southern Canada Power
Southern Col Pow com A

»

JX

Nominal,

r

cum

preferred—

Canadian price,

t New

100

3
8

.4
12

74.

20c

25c

r-h

stock,

f5
255*

im

27

27

36

37

295*
135*

ny>

5

x

66

&
92

♦

92

!!"l

25*

I

...........

If 8
,

Y®lia
SFV 7% Pref..! 100
6% preferred
O) Gas_

-

Wash Gas A Elec 7%
pref

Wash(D O) Ry A
Preferred

£

.

_

.

new

lOOl

S>m!!!!l00
—.100

Washington Wat Pow 6% pref—*
'West Penn Elec Co class A__
•
7%

cum

1

79HI
n* 1
690

1095*|
100
100

preferred-..—

100
6% cum preferred
—..100
West Penn Power
7% pref....100
6% preferred
100
West Phila Pass—See Phila R
T
West Texas Utilities $6
pref.... »
West Va Ohio River
Bridge—

com

90

120
112

78
60c
10
92
,

1.48

Western Union Telegraph— "100
Westmoreland Water pref......*
Wheeling Elec 6% pref
..100

Williamsport Water pref—..
Winnipeg Elec class A
...

Class B
Preferred

255*

91

*

—"""*
pref— !!l00

295* I
23
Preferred
"25
955* (Western Massachusetts Cos... ~ 32.34
Western N Y Water pref
103
12

72,

68
21

—100

Common ............. _y
17
Preferred
45*
..!."
55* (West Va Water Serv pref.!!!!!

Lt^,

South Calif Edison common—-25
55* % preferred series O
25
6% preferred series B
25

•

"""

p~ref!!!I66

7% cum pref—!.!!!!!!!!!ioo
Virginia Elec A Power—
$6 preferred...
♦

■

.

1
—

Non-voting common..—.!!!;

Western Lt A Tel

South Carolina Power
6% pref—
Southeastern Gas A Water A—*

.

Haven!!!!*

$2.75 preferred-—
$3 preferred
Script
United Tel A Elec
6%~

Washington (D

40c
'

100

110

r

....

III Co of New

1085*

100

30c
15*
105
106

* Jfc

105*

Scranton-Spring Brook

4.80%
Without par value.

985*
985*

108

Common.Southeastern Pow A
Warrants.

14

*

preferred--...
Utilities Power A Lt cl A

975*
975*

25
Preferred
100
South A Atlan
Teleg (guar)—25
Southern Indiana GA E—
*

5*

111

$4 preferred...—

25*

Improvement!!!!!!*

$6 preferred..$7 preferred

54

100
100

Shawinigan Water A Power

""

jUtah Power A Light—

30

lOu

15

84

125*
32

5*

J00

Sioux City Gas A El
7% pref-100
Sierra Pac Elec 6%
pref
100
South Amer Utilities com

115*
116

Pr com A»
Common B
6% cum 1st pref
.!—"""
♦
Ry 6% pref!!!I5o

85

Water Service 6%
pref.——*
Seattle Gas common
*
1st $5 preferred
285*
..—100
113
2d $5 preferred
*
595* .Second Ave RR Cop (N Y)
*
36
|2d A 3d Sts Ry—See Phila R T

7

65*

31

!

68
33

1

—!!""♦

(United Lt A

95*

68

65*

20

265*
110

86

100

corn...

20

675*

*

Savannah El A Pow 6%
pref-100
Scranton Electric $6 pref
*

1405*
1415*

com!*

$5 preferred

65.

9

8% preferred
100
Sangamo Electric com new..— ~
San Joaquin Lt A Power—
7% prior preferred.—.....100
6% prior preferred
.100

7

Corp

*

~~

Warrants

33*"

San Antonio Pub Serv
7% pf.100

72
65

~~

145*

72K

St Louis Pub Serv common.—..*

1055*

Gas

if*
13

Bedford)—100

f3 cum preferred
varrants

1015*

19
64

45
V

*

com

United Gas A Elec
(Conn)
7 % preferred

96

72

m5*

S^Canada)!!!!!!!!!".10?
"

®as

*

107

—......100

v5Hon ^LR3! (New

m'm

325*

*

7% preferi ed

100

K Preferred
"go
Union Pass—See Phila"
RT~

(United

85
114
1185*

45*

76;:;;

85

94
100
110

.

305*
275*

265*
445*
105
70
63

96
r

-—100

$7 pref series A—

1135*
1145*

10
St Louis County Water pref—100

33

yg

102
62

78
78

representing com

Roch Telep $65* pref
Rockland Light A Power

22"

1035*

Teleg—-!..♦

7% preferred

153

135
1145*

*

6% preferred series O
6% preferred series D
5% preferred series E

103

•

Warrants B
Penn Western Gas & El

435*

Riverside Traction.
50
Preierred..
...50
Rochester Gas A Electric—

69
89

,

Pennsylvania Gas common.—..*
Penna Gas A Elec Corp $7 pref—*

315*
985*
435*

140
127

Ridge Ave Pass—See Phila R~T
Rio Grande Valley Gas v t c
1

8

30

pref-ZIoO

%% p^fe™^

9%
preferred
Tri-State Telep A

Union

55
107

97

Rhode Isld Pub Serv $2 pref.—*
Class A...
*

100

1005*

...100
Omaha & Council Bluffs Railway
A Bridge 4% cum pref—-i00
Oregon Wash Water pref*
Ottawa Light Heat & Pow—100

;

30
105

Borough G A E 6% pf 100

Amer shared

.

Union Gas
System

103

535*

Rapid Transit Ry—See P 8 Corp
Republic Nat Gas com
1
Rhine-Westphalia Elec Pow—

305*
1085*

A Lt 7%

105
10

85
109

100

100

...

100

preferred

Sh&S Ry"(N Y):::::ioo

225*
105*

107

*

iadlo Corp of Amer—....
$3.50 conv 1st pref...

455*

106

6% conv preferred

ueens

1005*
1075*

105

Oklahoma Gas & Elec 7% pref100

Pacific Public Service—
Common non-voting
*
1st preferred——......—.*
Pacific Telep A Teleg—
..100
6%
preferred
100
Paterson A Passaic Gas A El—100
Pecos Valley Pow & Lt com
*

225*
95*

60

-.

6%cum 1st

108

81

*

uebec Power common

91

985*

1st preferred
(6%)

T

113

.....100
—.100

Puget Sound Pr A Lt $6 pref
$5 prior preferred

*

100
100

in,.

7% preferred
100
Public Serv of Okla 6% pref-100
7% preferred
100
Public Serv El A G $5 pref

100

,.*100

13th A 15th
Sts—See Phila R T
Tidewater Power 6% pref
*

102

130
185

1005*

Bridge—

preferred

[Texas Power

;'Cv 6
85*

105

Rapid Transit St Ry Co—100
Jersey Gas A Elec Trac--100

6% preferred
100
Okla Nat Gas Corp com.......15
Preferred
.60

Preferred
.....100
Ottawa Traction
—lOo
Pacific & Atlantic Tel (gu)-25
Pacific Gas A Electric
—25
1st preferred (6%)
—.25
1st preferred (55* %)-——-25
Pacific Lighting Corp com
*
Preferred
($6)
♦
Pacific Pow A Lt 7% pref
100,
6% preferred
.100

:v;;f4
-'6 c
38
:-;v 5
85*
100

80

99"

107

125* Tennessee Pub Serv 6%
pref—*
lerre Haute Elec
48
6% pref.-ZlOO
Texas Electric
48
Ry.-.-.-I—100
Texas Elec Service
48
$6 pref*
Texas Gas Util
34
com
55* Texas Hydro Elec common..!
$3.50 preferred
37

100
97
,< 6
8
41

:

Consolidated Trac of N J—100

985*

*

com

93

98

42
41
109 5*
89

96

100

...

97

100

6% preferred

93

100

preferred
conv

118

100
.....

.....

*

....

—.1

....

28

45*
32

79
32

46

♦
100

?

44

975*

AA

5%

m.
.

73

60

i

(Tawny-Palmyra

33

114
101
50

65
70

Zl

Tampa Elec Co

100

Public Serv Co of Nor 111
Common

*

—

Tennessee El p 1st pref (~7%)!l6o
7.2% 1st preferred

7% preferred——
6% preferred
$5 preferred

83

...

com

5

77)4
30)4

7% preferred
100
Ohio Power 6% pref.........100
Ohio Public Service 5% pref-100
6% preferred-............100
7% preferred
-.100
Ohio Service Holding com
1
6% preferred...........——5
Ohio Valley Gas com
...1
Ohio Water Service A

265*

prior pref

B

8

44

$6 preferred
iPublic Serv Co of N H $6 pref--*
$5 preferred-.;.—-...—.i—*
Public Serv Corp of N J—
*
8% preferred
...100

95

26
80
70

-.0

,

36

44

,

103""

965*

.100

••

$7 preferred

74

cum

a7!tf£e6% pref.
>% preferred

13

67
24

11

Ind prior pref__*

or

100

Superior Wat, Lt A
Pow~7~% p~fl6o
Swiss American
Elec pref-... 100

Phila R T

6% preferred
Public Serv

w«OT6%"pf

5

5 5* %
preferred100
Power Corp of Canada com....*
Providence Gas
_*
Public Elec Light pref
100
Public Serv of Colo 7% pref..100

49
80
90

*

3

7% preferred
100
(Potomac Elec Pow 6% pref—100
10
15
18

*

.

Preferred

85*

27
f' 5 \
15

Portland Elec Pow 6% pref

50

$6

Class

62
24

11

,

2)4
y-'■$■■■■ |

.85*

60
21
31

7% preferred

45

Ohio Edison 16 pref-..........41
Ohio Elec Power 6% pref

25*
38)4

78

7% preferred
-100
6% preferred--.—........100
15 series cum pref
*
Northern Texas Elec 6% pref. 100
Northwest Electric 7 % pref—100
North West Utll 7% pref
100
7% prior lien
100
N'western PuD Serv 6% pref-100
7% preferred
100
Northwestern Telegraph..
50
—-

99
3X

55

55*

pref.100

A Pr com A

Standard JPow A Lt

325*
55*

20

100
100
555* Portland Gas A Coke 7% pref 100
995* Portland Gas Light
50
4
Postal Teleg A Cable 7 % pref 100
67
Potomac Edison Co 6% pref_-100

10
15
47

Nor Indiana Pub Ser 6% pref 100
7% preferred
100
55* % preferred
—...100
Northern Li her ties Gas
25
Northern N Y Utll pref
-100

—

25*

99

365*
116

55

—

Pitts Suburban Wat pref
Plainfield Union Water

29

28)4
645*

36

120

It*

s£iS5K3

27

32

12

_

Springfield Gas A Elec pref
*
Springfield Gas Lt Co
25
Springf d (Mass) St Ry Cos
pf 100
Standard Gas A Elec com.—
♦
$7 cum prior pref.
>
$4 cum preferred
*

1125*

115

—

Preferred

60

23

35*

Swh^J0"1 Lt
Southwestern ?

7

.50

guar.

Phila Traction—8ee

725*

1U

7% preferred
—100
Northeastern Wat A Elec com..*

North Perm Gas 7 % pref—
Nor States Power (Del) cl A

34
101
90

100)4

—-

O

8

168

Southwest Gas (Okla)
7% preflOO

i 24""

ft

■

112

PhUaCityPass Ry($225* pd)-60
Phila A Darby Pass Ry
50
Phil A Gray's Fy ($25 pd)—50
Philadelphia Traction
50
Ridge Ave Pass ($28 pd)—50i
2d A 3d Sts Ry guar
50
13th A 15th Sts Pass Ry
50
Union Pass ($30 5-6 pd)
50
Union Traction ($175* pd).50
West Phila Pass guar
50

120

North American Co com
6%
preferred
50
North Amer Edison 16 pref-—-*
North Amer Light & Pow
1

Preferred

25*

37

Class A option warrants...—
Class B option warrants

50

Fairm't Pk A Haddington..50
Frandf'd A Southwark Pass.50
Germantown
Passenger
50
Green A Coates Sts ($15 pd) 50
Hestonville M A F com....50
Preferred
-—50

1095*

ft'2

5%
preferred
100
New York Steam CoCommon
17 preferred series A
*
$6 preferred
....—*
N Y Water Serv 6% pref----100
Niagara Hudsm Power
-10
1st pref 15 series..........100
2d pref 5% series
....100

'"1

155*

*

Southwestern Bell Tel pref... 100
Southwest Cons Gas Util com

44
80

20

—50

common

Preferred
*
25
So Jer G EI A
Tr—See P S Corp

14

($29 pd).50

Citizens Passenger
Continen Pass Ry-

:

mmmm,

Ask

Southern New Eng
Telep
100
Southern Union Gas com-__._-*

12
74

■

Duquesne Light 5% 1st pref 100
Federal St A Pleasant Val—25
■V 89
Monongahela Lt A Pow
50
815*
Monongahela St Ry
50
112
Phila A Darby—See Phila R T
107
(Phila A Grays—See Phila R T
102
Philadelphia Elec Co com
♦
7
$5 preferred
*
41
Phila Elec Power 8 % .ret
25
*
""
6
ransit—50
Philadelphia Rapid
63
7%
preferred..——:
60

245*
235*

■

43

v

B

_

72

$5 preferred
6% cum preferred

121

85

.——-

Preferred
100
North Continent Utll com—100
6% preferred-............!00

10

Class

98

com—

Bid

Par

Southern Nat Gas class A com--*

68

28

57

6% preferred
50
New Orleans Pub. Serv com
*
7% preferred
*
New Rochelle Water 7% pref 100
N Y Mutual Telegraph
26
N Y City Omnibus common—

16 preferred
...........
Nor Amer Utility Sec-- ———*
Nor Bost Ltg Prop com...
*

15
64

55*
665*

:

265*
255*

-

—

—♦

128

5 5*

;

Stocks

Philadelphia Co

43

,

81

Ask

35*
25*

Peoples Water A Gas pref—100
Peoria Water Works 7% pref_100
3a
Phila City Pass—See Phfli R T

Preferred

6% preferred
6% prior pref
*
New England Tel A Tel-..--100
New England Water Light A
Power Assn 6% pre*...
100

*
100

Bid

Common class B

41

*
*

N Y Pow & Lt Corp $6 pref
7%
preferred
New York Railways Corp—

Par

45*
35*
165*

120

_

Option warrants

STOCKS

Peoples Light A Power com A—»

Heat A Power
.100
New Eng Gas & Elec Assn
*
$55* preferred stamped
ew Ei
New'ftiig Pow Assn com
*
6% preferred
100
$2 preferred
1
New England Pow Co pref—100
New England Pub Ser com
*

—

UTILITY

possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of Issue

Ask

Light—

7% prior preferred
7% preferred

near as

5*

73

495*
96
109
99
,

45*|
4

—.100
Wisconsin Pow A Lt 6% pref-100
7% preferred
100
Wisconsin Pub Ser Corp 7% pflOO

25
72

65*% preferred
.100
Wisconsin Telep 7% pref
100
Wolverine Power Co
Worcester Trans Assoc
York (Pa) Railways pref—..—60

92

77
,

955*

1125*|

—

York Water Co

24

92

Ex-dividecd.

.........

16

32*

,i

W0£-

"Industrial and Miscellaneous Securitie8,, we include all issues which do not appear

Under the heading

previous three headings, namely "Railroads" "Investing Companies" and "Public Utilities*"
case of stocks, however,
we put "Textile Manufacturing," "Insurance," "Mining," "Real Estate and
"Title Guarantee and Safe Deposit Companies" under separate heads, then follow with the rest
under the

In the
Land,"
of the

Miscellaneous."

"Industrial and

NOTICE—All bond prices are "and interest" except where

marked "f" and income and defaulted bonds
day of the month preceding the date of issue

Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing

1

vi'

1st lien & ref 5s 1942

Purch

105

10334

1942-M&S

money 6s 1998
Cons M s f 4348 ser D

Abitibi Power & Paper—
1st M 5s 1953 ser
Certificates of

A
J&D
deposit.-----

10134
101 ys
102 K

Botany Cons Mills 63*s '34-A&O
Certificates of deposit
—

97

J&D

F&A

4>£b stamped 1946

89

Aeolian Co 6s 1944
Akron Times-Press 1st 6s
Alabama By-Prod 6s
Income 6s 1955

91

Gen

101

7434

--J&J
'45 A&O

88

,

80

/

—

25

100
M&N
100
*38. M&N
/ 180
6s (w s) 1953—

Alabama Co 6s 1938
Ala Cons Coal & Iron 5s

Alabama Mills
Without stock

/

!

98

m

+

mm

mmmm

mmmm

Amur

188"
102

67

70

67

75

40

45

28"

/

83

9934
98

Amer Dept St s
Amer Dept St's

9834

60
60
60

97 34

6s 1942
F&A
(Pa) 6s '48--J&D
(Del) 6s '47-J&D

41
41

97

J&D

Amer I G Chem Corp—
Conv deb 53*s 1949—.M&N

10034

10634

International Corp—

Conv 534s 1949
Amer La France & Foamite—
notes

105

10534

85

J&J

1956
J&D
53&s "51—_M&S

87 i
102

/

100

& Stone

90
1943--J&J
Amer Radiator deb 434s '47-M&N
10534
American Rolling Mill—
Sinking fund deb 5s 1948.-J&J sl02"32
Amer Seating 6s stamped 1946—
105
Am Tobacco deb 4s 1951
F&A
106
Debenture 6s 1944
A&O
118
American Type Founders Inc—

Am Mach & Metals 4s

Conf

s

f deb 2 34-5s

1950—J&J /130
'42--M&S
96
46
J&J

Am Wire Fabrics 1st 7s

Amer Writ Paper 1st 6s 1947
Certificates of deposit-.

New

,

/
/

6s 1961

conv

Anaconda Cobper Mining Co—
Sink fund deb 434s 1950—A&O

46
49

92
107
103

10634

106

Anglo-Chilean Cons Nitrate—
Sink fund income deb 1967 J&J /
Antilla Sugar Estates—
deb

J&J /

6s 1951

100
47
47
51

3634

27

10634
37

2834

Anthony (E C)—
1st s r 6s

98 34

(San Fran) 1942.J&D
1942--J&D

9834
25

Arcade Malleable Iron 7s 1943
Armour & Co of Delaware—

/

1955-F&A
1st mtge 4s series O 1957—J&J
Armstrong Cork deb 4s 1950.J&J

9834
97 34
tl023i32
/ 77

1st M 20-yr 4s ser B

Arnold Print Wks 63*s 1941.A&0
1st 5s Feb 1 1982
A&O

28"

'

98 34
97 34

103?3z
7834

7234

Arundel Bond Corp 2-5s, 1953
Arundel Deb Corp 3-6s, 1953—

78

Associated Mtge Co 3-6s 1953—
Atl Gulf & W Indies SS Lines—
Coll tr g 5s Jan 1 1959
J&J

4534

Atlanta Laundries 634s w w 1943Atlantic Ice Mfg 6s 1945
F&A

55

22
73
9934

75

99
68

Auburn Automobile—
Conv deb 434 s 1939

103

30

6s 1950—...—...

36

6934
106

J&J
Autocar Co 7s ext 1947
M&N
Avery (B F) & Sons 5s w w'47J&D
Baldwin Locomotive Works—
6s with warrants 1938....M&S

4834
74

/

Atl Bug Ref 1st s f 4s 'SI—M&N
Atlas Imperial Diesel Engine—
6% conv notes 1945
M&S
Atlas Pipeline Corp 6s 1945-M&N
conv

98K
/ 166

Stamped w w 1938
M&S /
6s without warrants 1938-M&S/

166

162
Stamped ex-warr 1938—M&S f 162
1st g 5s 1940
M&N
103
5s assented 1940
103
Baragua Sugar Estates—
Cum Inc aeb 6s 1947
J&J / 66
Barber & Ross 4s 1945—.......
70
Bates Valve Bag Corp—
Deb 6s ex-warr 1942-.—F&A
101
Bayway Terminal—
1234
1st mtge 634 s 1946
J&J
Certificates of deposit
32 34
Beattie Sugar 734s 1943 ctto.J&D /
Bedford Pulp & Paper 634® 1942'

........

1944—J&D

fllft

Bee News Publishg 6s 1943-M&N
Beneficial Loan Soo 6s B 1939 Q^i

profit share deb 1956—Q-J

10434

102
13 34
13 34

Berkey & Gay Furn 6s stpd 1941 - /
Bethlehem Fdy & Ma 5s 44 A&O

98

97

16
70

♦

k Last sale,




105

10334

10534
10434

991*

90

106
97/

95
95

98

111
41

115

44".

74""

76

8834

9034
6034
6534

59

6534

Cuban

104

2534

/

4
122

8234
26
99

M&S

Cespedes Sugar 734s Sept 1 '39-Champion Pap Corp 6s 45..F&A
Champion Paper & Fibre Co—
434s s f deb 1950
M&S
Chateaugay Ore & Iron—
Guar gold 4s 1942—.....J&J
Chic Pneumatic Tool Co—
Deb s f 534s 1942———A&O
Chicago Stk Yards 5s 1961.A&O
Childs Co deb 5s 1943
A&O
Chilean Nitrate inc 5s 1968—J&D

/

87

n

10134
93
83
71

1942

Comm'l Disc t (L A) 6s

f

1950—F&A f

82
68

Consolidated Laundries—
100
Extended 6348 1941
A&O
10334
Consol Oil s f deb 334s 1951-J&D
88
t
Consol Paper Corp 634s 1961f 62
534s ex-stock 1961----—_
_

Consol Textile 1st 8s 1941—J&D f 33
Consolidation Coal Co—
67
Sinking fund 5s I960-.—..J&J
f 48
5a 1950
Consumers Co 1st 6s 1946— -J&J f 49
10534
Container Corp 1st 6s 40-J&D15
10134
Deb 5s 1943 with warr..J&D

Bond Corp 2-5s '53.
Corp 3-6s '53

Cont'l Invest Deb

Steel Fdy—f 6s 1940
J&D

99

16 Basis.

103

i0234

92

/
/
/
/

97

95

28
27
87
10034

31
30

8834
102

5534
40

/
/

3934

88"
9834
102

11034

100

Dow Chem Co deb 3s 1951— J&D

7334

102

102

101

10534
86

Driver Harris Co—

101H

102

104

r 69

71

62

1st mtge sink fund 6s 1942. J&D
Dufferin Paving & Stone—
Debenture 5s series A 1955

64

Debenture 5s series B 1955-

118

9834
8

70

Durham Duplex Razor 6s 1955
Eastern Car Co Ltd 6s 1952.J&J

103

3934

Eastern Cuba Sug 73*s '37.M&S /
Eastern Dairies 6s May 1 1949

101

834

Temple Corp 6s (w s)
Eaton Paper 1st 534s 1943.M&N
Elec Auto-Lite deb 4s 1952-F&A
Elk Horn Coal 1st 634s I931.J&D
7% notes 1931
J&D
Coll s f 4s 1956
J&D
Empire Oil & Refg Co
1st & coll tr 53*s 1942
A&O
Empire Properties Corp 2-3s 1945
Empire Sheet & Tin Plate—

V; 55
97

106

6

124

65

1034

/

70
109
51

90

101H
95

8434
73

90

48

J&J

10334

,

28

/

7534

European Mtge & Invest—
1st lien 734s 1966 ser B—F&A
734s income 1966
1st lien 7s 1967 ser O
M&S
7s income 1967
Everlastik Inc 1st 7s 1937-M&N

/
/

7634

35
30

F&A

1954

92

10234
10234

J&J

4% notes 1942
Ernesto Breda 7s

64

89

Corp^~

1952-

Erie Elec Motors 5s 1941—

107

13

62

9034

Emporium CapweU
1st 4s

5234

11

6s 1943

84
28

70
106

Eastern Mfg 7s ser A 1938--J&D /104
East

32"

35

32*"

30
70

Fairbanks Morse & Co—

20-year 4s s f deb 1956
108

10134

103

J&D

104

Famous Players Canadian—
1st & coll 3s 1937-1939. --J&D

100H

99

1st & coll 334s 1940-1942-J&D
1st & coll 434s 1951
J&D

100

97
10

Mfg Co 334s 1953—M&S
30
Inst 7s '63A&0
45
Federal Screw Wks conv 6 34s '39_
Federal Sugar Ref 6s ctf '33 M&N / ....
Fiat sf deb 7s 1946J&J
95*
Filtrol Co of Calif 5s 1946— J&D
105
Finland
Residential Mtge Bank
85,:
10134
s f 6s stamped 1961
112
M&S
105
97 34 Firestone Cotton Mills 5s '48M&S
99 % Firestone Tire & Rub of Calif10434
Sf 5s 1942
M&S
100
Farmers

98
12

Farmers Nat Mtge

v

10234

i

w
10534

10434

First Bohemian Glass Works—

J&J

94

1946-A&O

64

1st secured 7s 1957

100

Flour Mills of America Inc—
Conv g 6h% notes

67

6734

10334

Follansbee Bros 5s 1947
J&D
Forest Lawn lsts f 6s 1949-.J&D

101

iSI*

98"

Framerican Ind & Dev Corp—
Deb 734s 1942
J&J

109

110 K

Francisco Sugar 6s 1956
M&N
Franklin Coal Co 7s ws 1949-J&J

45

98
84

6534
104

Fraser Co 6s Jan 1 1950

French

100

Nat Mail SS Lines 6s *52

102

Frick-Reid Supply 6s 1943.-J&D
Fruehauf Trailer deb 434s'47A&0

10354

10334

Gair

89
63

35

(Robt) income notes 6s 1972
Gelsenkirchen Mining Co—
6-yr 6% notes 1934
M&S
6s 1937
6s 1940

Transport 3s 1940-J&J
3% notes 1941-1942
J&J

6754

Gen Amer

53

General Bronze deb 6s '40--M&N

95
'

90
.

82
67
60
100

10134
93

91

106

General Cable Corp—

10134

106
f 534s 1947 ser A-J&J
3534
Gen Elec (Germany) 7s '45-J&J 15 /
f 3534
Deb 63*s 1940
J&D
Deb s f 6s 1948
M&N / 3534
Gen Finance conv deb 5s '46-F&A e

76
43

67

10234
10234

Deb 43*s ser A 1951—M&N
Dominion Textile 434s '55
M&S
Donnacona Pap 4-4 34s *56—F&A

62"

46"

Continental Roll &

at 103.

65

_

10634

City Ice (Kansas) 6s 1940—A&O
41
Clearfield Bit Coal 4s 1940--J&J
9734
Cieve-^Cliffs Iron 434s 1950.M&N
10634
Cleve Tractor conv 5s 1945.M&N
101
Collateral Bankers Inc—
7s series A & B I960-——-Q-F
97
7s series O 1959
Q-M
97
7s series D 1956
Q-J
97
6s series AA 1953....—--Q-F
91
6s series AB 1948——...Q-M
91
6s series AO 1952
-Q-J
91
Colo Fuel & Iron s f 5s 1943-F&A / 10434
Income 5s 1970
/ 8334
Colo Indus 1st 5s A & B 1934 F&A / 110
Commerc'l Credit 334® 1951 A&O
97

Consol Cement Corp—
Cum inc 6s 1950—------F&A

J&D

Dominion Tar & Chemical Co—

10434
;

_

Ry Term & Cold Storage
634s 1952
1st 8s 1941..M&N

1944

Farm Ln s f 6r Oct 1 &O155'60 A f 38
Dickey (W S) Clay Mfg Co—
Non-cum inc 5s 'W-S) 1949
/ 150
Non-cum inc 5s (ex-stk) 1949-- /
87
Dold (Jac) Pack 1st 6s '42.M&N
9734
Dom Coal 1st s f 5s 1940
10134
M&N
Cum inc deb 6s 1955
M&S /104 34
Dominion Steel & Coal 6 34s 1955
10934

_

Central Steel

Tobacco 5s

Deutsche Rentenbank—

........

15-yr deb 5s with warr '50M&N
10034
Carthage Marble 634s 1942
/
6
Cassco Corp inc 6s 1949
M&S / 50 ,
Celotex Corp—
/.-/
Debenture 434s w w 1947-F&A
9634
Central Foundry Co—
1st mtge 6s 1941
—M&S k 160
Gen mtge 5s 1941
M&S
10134

s

Cudahy Packing 354s A '55.M&S
Conv s f deb 4s 1950
M&S
Dairyland Inc lsts f 5s 1946.M&S
Davidson Chem 634s 1937--A&O
De Bardeleben Coal Corp—
1st mtge 6s 1953
J&D
Certificates of deposit
Deep Rock Oil 7s 1937
M&S
Detroit Times deb 6s to '43.M&S
Deutsche Bank (Berlin)—
6% notes (Am part ctfs)—M&S
Stamped (Mar '33 coup on) '35
6s extended 1938M&S

62

'39--A&O

t Called Aug. 10 at 103.
t Called Sept. 1
Nominal, x Called Sept. 1 at 10234.

Called Aug. 15 at 105.

10434.

95

Crucible Steel Co deb 5s *40.M&N

,

1st M conv s

5734

93

10634

103 34
f 2334
Camaguey Sugar 7s ctfs 1942
100
Campbell River Timb 6s '41-J&J
4534
Canada Biscuit 634s 1946—M&N f
108
Canada Bread 6s 1941
F&A
Can Cement 1st 4 34 s serA'51 M&N * *0334
10534
Canada SS L deb 5s '43—F&A15
60
1st & gen M 6s 1941 ser A.A&O /
1st & gen 5s 1957
,73
101
Canadian Bakeries 63*s '45.M&S
98 34
Canadian Canners Ltd 4s' 51 M&N
Canadian Internat Paper—
1st M 6s 1949
J&J
10134
Canadian Nat Steamships—
25-yr guar 5s 1955—
M&
117 34
Canadian Vickers 6s Aug 1 1947
97 34
Caribbean Sugar 7s stmp 1941—- /
634
Carriers & General Corp—

Cont'l Invest

17

100

56

Crown Cork & Seal Co Inc—

104

9034

f extl 6s 1940
-J&J
Burns Bros deb 5s A 1961—M&S
Burns & Co Ltd 1st s f 5s 1958 J&J
Income 5s 1958
J&J
Bush Term 1st 4s 1952;
A&O
Cons g 5s Jan 1955
-J&J
Bush Term Bids: 1st 5s '60—A&O

234s debentures

10134

99

104

s

Certain-teed Prod Corp—
Deb s f 534s 1948

68 /•
96 /
20

100

Budd (E G) Mfg 6s ext 1941
Burmeister & Wain (Copenhagen)

Byers Machine 3-6s

Ui>-. VT V-f

106

J&J

Butterick Co 6% notes

95

105"

f Nov 1 1950--M&N
Crown Willamet Pap 6s '51--J&J

M&N

1948

HI;

,

15-yr 4s

1950——F&A

f deb 334s

Sinking fund deb 5s 1946-F&A
Credit Service deb 6s w w '48-Q-F
Crowley Milner & Co—
Deb 534S 1946
M&N

i

Bryant Paper 6s A 1942

Cum inc 6% notes

60

105

6s

s

102 34

J&D
9934
*39—A&O
99
Commercial Invest Trust Corp—
73
Debenture 334s 1951
J&J
10234
107
Commerz-und Privat-Bk Germ'y)
99 34
534 % notes'37(Am pt ctf)M&N / 56
Commonwealth Subsidiary Corp103
175
Deb g 534s 1948 ser A..M&S
175
Connor LumD & Land 6s *41 M&N / 81
95
168
Oonsol Biscuit 1st 534s B '46 M&S
95
168
1st 534s ser O 1946-.--—J&D
67

105

Beech Creek C & C 5s

15-yr

Co Inc—

57

Ask >

Creameries of America—

^

1st s f 6s (Los Ang)

Gen

55

M&N
A&O
M&S

-

57"

Bid

85
Copley Cement Mfg 6s *41--A&O
CopJay Press 534s 1943
F&A
}2i*
Cosden Oil Corp 1st 6s 1938.M&N / 100
Gen lien 6s 1938
M&N / 66
Cosden Petroleum conv 5s '47 J&J
94
Oosgrove Meehan Coal 634s 1945- /
18
Crane Co 3Ks s f deb 1951-J&D
10134

Central

_

Income

55

California Packing Corp—
Cons deb 5s 1940-—---—-J&J

10334

——

Amer Ice Co deb 5s 1953

Amer

10034

107

Aggregates Corp—
with war_F&A

Amer Color type

85"

10134

Deb 6s '43 ser A

Without warrants—
New 3-6s 1943

Shoe

1st series B

85

Algoma Steel 1st 5s 1962--—.
Allied Mtg inc coll 2-5s 1953——
Allied St's Corp deb 434s '50-A&O
Debenture 434s 1951—,
Alpine Montan Steel Corp—
1st s f 7s 1955
M&l
Aluminum Co debs 5s 1952—M&S
Aluminium Ltd s f deb 5s '48.J&J

Brown

15-yr

Albany Perf Wrapping Corp—
1st M coll tr 6s 1948
A&O /
6s assented w w 1948
f
6s 1955
-----------

f 7s 1950

Brown Co 1st 534s 1946
1st 53*s 1950 ser B

101

1955—J&J

;

s

23 H
23 H

67

British Columbia Pulp & Paper—
1st 6s 1950
M&N

—

105

97*"

British Am Oil deb 4s 1945-M&S

....

136

2334

M&N

F) 7s 1944

10734

105

Brandram-Henderson 6s *39 M&S
6s 1956

101

A&O
----A&O
6s 52.J&D

Ex scrip
With scrip

Bowser (S

10034

Addressograph-Multigraph Corp
4-4 Ks 1938-1939
5-5 Ks 1940-1945
Advance bag & Paper

'60.-J&J

9734
97 34

100

10134
10134
101 34

10634
13434
10434
10334

...M&N
Q-Feb

Beth Steel Corp 434s to 1941 J&J
3 34s series E 1966
A&O
Boston Wharf 1st 4s 1941
A&O

97

1955.A&0
1948-M&S

Acadia Sugar Ref 434s
Adams Exp coll tr g 4s
Coll tr g 4s 1947.-

Bonds

Ask

Bethlehem Steel Co—

INDUSTRIAL AND
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS
Abbotts Dairies deb 6s

Bid

Bonds

Ask

Bid

Bonds

101

1st mtge 8

Conv deb 5s ser B

1951...J&D

/ This price includes accrued interest,

100

e Called

10634
37
39

102

Aug. 1 at
.//vv '

i,,

'X-y/A'

AUG., 1937]

INDUSTRIAL

&

MISCELLANEOUS

BONDS

ss

NOTICE
,

All bond prices are "and interest" except where marked "f" and income and defaulted
bonds
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of Issue

!

Bonds

Ask

Bonds

102M

103

Rings Co Refrig 6s 1942-— -A&O
Kings port Press 6M« 1939—F&A

102

102M

Bid

Gen Motors Acceptance Cori
10-year deb 3s 1946
1

i
1
)

f

74

) f
1 f

33

.

19M

.

19

i'
German Atlantic Cable 7s 1945
f
German Bldg & L'd Bk 6 Ms 194 3/
Glen Alden Coal M s f 4s '65 M& 3
J

27
24 M
76M
87

3

651

30

26M
76M

101"
104

5s series

B

30

104 M
100 M

)

>

104 M

100 M

104 M

I
)

1945-50

Gotham Silk Hosiery—

26

5/

102

100M
95 M

3

1

2

Trunk

§6M
103

21M
93 M

)f
3/

98
12
85

15

86M

97 M

98

)

98 M

;5

r

98

1

98 M

1

98 M

1st & ref 5s 1974
Sec

99 M

/

62
77

/

24

r

)

f deb 5s 1951——

f 1946

101M
101
28

99

100

99 M

Hearst Magazines—
6s 1938

99
25M

100M
97 H

If
/
3

s

96 M

)
>

86 M

r /

/
)

Hud Riv Day Line 6s 1939--M& if
Hungarian Disc & Exch Bank—
35-yr s f 7s 1963
J& r /
Hungarian-Italian Bank Ltd—
Sinking fund 7 Ms 1963—A&1
/
Hygrade Food Products Corp—

Paper—

107 M
30

"

Maple Leaf Milling—?
^
> f
2Ms to 1938, 5 Ms to 1949. J&D
Marine Elev (Buff) 7s 1948-M&3
Marion Steam Saovel—
1st mtge s f 6s 1947

100M
100M

m

74

75M
101M

100M

101M
99 M

98 %

103 M

1st M 6s 1945 with waiT—M&N
conv 4 Ms 1947--M&S

5-yr 6%

Monon Coal—See Chic Ind. &

104 M

1933

M&N
M&N

5Ms series 16 1940——

Coll A 5s
Coll B 5s

40

44

Call C 5s
Coll D 5s

IV4

15

21
27M

9§^

ser

1

1941

J&D

ser

2 1946--

J&D

ser

3 1951

J&D

ser

4 1956

Kentucky Securities coll 5s 1940-

100"

Secured 6s 1937.
Deb 6Ms Jan. 1 1937

.—J&J

b Basis.




30M

\

106

A 1941.M&N

artic ctfs

Jorp 2-5s 1953.

100M

4

interest,

100 M

•n*
96

103M

102 M

43

k Last sale,

n

NnminTT"

39

11
42

97 M
22
m

58
96
89
90 M
94

33

98
63 %

103
'

40 M

'

s

s

f 6s 1941

ser

f 4Ms 1960

4:0 M

99 M
99 X
92 M

59

90 M

99

A.M&S15

Pettibone
w w

..J&D

Mulliken—

1943

6% notes w w 1938
Phelps Dodge—

105 M
96

..M&S
M&S

14 M

5M
5M

22

117
85

1973.-J&J / 23 M
Conv deb 6s 1949
M&S
Phoenix Iron 1st s f 6s
104
1946-M&N
Phoenix Silk Mills 7s 1943
/ 18
Pickering Lumber 6s A '46- -M&N 1 32 M
Pierce Butler & Pierce 6
Ms '42
Pillsbury Flour Mills 6s 1943 A&O
107
Pine Hill Collieries 1st 6s
1942
/ 15
Pirelli Co of Italy con 7s '52
95
M&N

30

Pitts Coke & Ir

conv

4 Ms*52 M&S
4 '49..J&J

Pittsb Brewing 6s Feb
Pittsburgh Coal Co—

Sinking fund deb 6s 1949.F&A

99 M

109 M

107

Pittsburgh Coke & Iron Co—
102
35 M

55"
104<
46

1st mtge conv 4 Ms 1952..-M&S
Pitts Steel s f 6s 1948.. JV—F&A

Pocahontas Consol Collieries—
1st gold 5s 1957 op—
J&J
Poor & Co 8 f deb 4s 1946...A&O
Port Arthur C *nal & Dock—See

Portld Woolen Mills 6 Ms'41 M&N
Porto Rican Amer Tobacco—
Conv 6s 1942
J&J

100

103 X
103
100 M
RK

98

74M

f

•

V

-

*'V

mmmm

50

78

_-

,

r, series

32

6s 1942. A&O

Conv deb 3 Ms 1952
J&D
Phila Brew 1st conv 6s
1944.M&S
Phila & Read O & I 5s

101
ser

101M

trnrn.mm

10

1st income 4-5s 1945
M&S / 115
Penn Mercantile
Properties—
Secured 5 Ms 194860
A&O /
Secured s f 3-4s
48
1961
J&J /

6s

95M

C 98
Nat'l Bakine Bs

100M

-

30

5 Ms ww 1947
.A&O
Oswego FallsCorp 4
Ms 1952-M&S
Otis Steel s f 4 Ms A
1962-—J&J
Oxford Malmi P*per 6s 1947-F&A
Pacific Atlantic SS 2-5s
*43-M&N
Pac Coast Cement 6s
A1942. J& D
Pacific Coast Co 5s
1946
J&D
Palmer Corp of La 1st 6s
*48. J&D
Pan Amer Petrol Co
(of Calif)—
1st conv s f 6s 1940
J&D15

1st

102

13 M

16
104
105 M

Pennsylvania-Dixie Cement Corp

81
68
6(

25 '

93

42

14

103 M
103 M
103 M

Oregon Pulp & Paper 6 Ms to
Apr 30 '37. 6% to 1945—M&N
Oreg Terminals 6Ms A 1942.M&N /
1st income 5s 1945
A&O f
Orono Pulp &
Paper 6s 1943-J&J /
Osgood Co deb g 6s 1943
J&D /
O'Sullivan Rubber—

1 st m

102 .
77 M
40

76
38

Pennsylvania Glass Sand Corp—

75

4

100 M

f This Price Includes accrued

67M
67 M
67 M

75

A&O

99"

100M

Aug 1 1953.

Certificates of deposit
Panhandle Eastern Pipe I4ne^""
1st mtge & lien 4s
102M
1952...M&S
Paramount Pictures Bs
28
1955 J&J
Conv deb 3 Ms 1947
101
M&S
Parmelee
90 M
Transportation Co—
S f conv deb 6s 1944
A&O
Pea body Coal Co
(Oonsol Co)—
1st s f 5s 1953 ser A
115
vM&N
Pearl River
Valley Lumber—

Co.

90

102

100M

Certificates of
deposit

82

100

75"

100
93 M

J&D

lunising Paper 6s A&B '43-A&O
Steamship Line—

Kentucky Rock Asphalt—

Keokee Cons Coke

96

105M

lunson

78
78

38

154M

79

85
95

95
85

98

101
94 M
75
4

J&D

^

104 %
109 H

104M

6s series

85"

1959-.*" "

97 M

104M

m
L y°.

38

6Ms 1937.. f

>

97 M
20

4Mb 1948.J&J
Northwestern Barb Wiro Co—
1st mtge s f
5Msw W1945.F&A
5 Ms without warr
1945

Oregon-Am, Lumber

95

104M

M&S

95

5s

50

104M
108M

66M

1931

notes

75

104

f
/

105

Miag Mill Mach'y 1st 7s 1956—
25
Mich Tann & Extract 6
99
Ms'38M&8
Middle States Petrol 6
86
Ms 1945—
Miller & Hart Inc. deb 6s *43-J&J
55
Miller & Lux Inc 1st M 6s '45A&0 / 120
7% gold notes 1935
A&O / 114
linnesota & Ontario Paper Co—
1st 6s series A 1945
A&O
66M
1st 6s series B 1948—
J&J
66 M
1st 6s series O 1950
M&N

107 M

94

Keystone Steel & Wire—
2% notes 1937-1938
A
3% notes 1939-1941
M&N
4% notes 1942-1945
—M&N

82 k

91

70M

Jones & Laughlin Steel—
1st mtge 4 Ms ser A 1961—M&{

5s s f deb 1951
M&N
McKesson & Bobbins inc—
20-yr onv deb 5Ms 1950-M&N
Mead (The) Corp—

m

150M

/

J 81M

Martin (Glenn L) conv 6s 1939—
185
Massey-Harris Co 5s 1947.-A&O
96M
McCallum Hosiery 6 Ms '41 A&O
fk 60
McCloud River Lumb 5s *48 J&J
99 M
McColl Fron uac Oh 6s 1949.A&O
103 M
McCord Rad & Mfg—
Deb 6s 1943 with warr—F&A
92

Merchants Distilling Corp—
5% conv deb 1947
M&S
Messenger Corp deb 4 Ms '51 J&J
Metropolitan Ice 7s 1954
J&J
Metropolitan Wat Sew & Dram—
Board s f 5Ms 1950
A&O

105M

Joseph & Feiss 5s 1943——M&f

96

90
22

1944.M&N

102 M

A&O

Mengel Co

■

/
/

85

27

J&D

88
98

m

6s stamped 1942-

83 M

...

!e"

,

I

122M

91

Conv s fos 1951
F&A
Ohio Leather conv deb
5s '46-J&J
Okonite Co 6s
stmp 1942...J&D
Old Ben Coal
Corp 6s (w s) 1948
Inc deb 7 Ms
(w s)

100M

Karstadt (Rudolph) Inc—
1st 6s 1943 with Am shs_ _M&N /

82

128

McCrory Stores Corp—

102 M
102

Journal of Commerce

79

127 M
120

103 M

100

.

82
82

79

b 4.00

1st mtge 5s to 1948
M&N
Debenture 6s 1943
M&N
Northern Redwood Lumber—
6s 1937.
j&D
N'west Pub's Deb

100

79

98 M
53 M

Nova Scotia S & O 5s
1959..J&J
6s perpetual stock
J&J
O'Gara Coal 5s '55
op aft'08 M&S
Ohio Fin deb
6Ms ww

95
105 M

1st & ref s f 5s ser B 1947—J&
Ref mtge 6s 1955 ser A—M&
Internat Pow & Pap of Nfld—

111M

99 M

58

110
73

f 5s 1947 ser A..J&

96

Lloyd—

44M

95

Internat Mercantile Marine—
;;
1st M coll trust 6s 1941—A&

80
95

1944-J&J

119

94

4.50
4.65
4.75

50

20-yr s f 6s 1947.
M&N
New 6-4% 1947
M&N
North Western
Refrigerator Line
Equip trust 4s ser I Jan 1 *38-*43
Northern Elec & Nor
Pap Mills—

124M

4.60

b

Deb 6Ms A with warr
'40-M&8
1943
l.M&S
Income 6 Ms 1953
M&S
Nor Amer Refract
6Ms
North German

-

12 M
14M
12M
14M

&

6Ms

43

80
81

/
/
>/
/

Equip trust 4Ms Aug 1 *37-'46Equip trust 4Mb Nov 25 '37-*43
Equipt tr 4 Ms 1938-47 J&D15
Equip trust 5 Ms Sept 1 '37-'44_
North Amer Cement
Corp—

54

1

Internet Agricultural Corp—
1st & coll tr 8 f 5s 1942-—M
International Match Corp—
Deb s f 5s 1947
—-M

6s stamped 1946

Partic deb 2d mtge 7s 1946 J&D
N Y World's Fair
1939—
Deb 4s 1941
J&J
North Amer Car—
__

7s without warrants 1941-M&N
Mfrs Tr Co ctfs of partic in A I

30

\'-W

85
82 M
87

J&D

Manhattan Refrig 5Mis 1941-J&J
Mansfield Min & Smelting—

79
78 M

Interlake Iron Corp—
Conv deb s f 4s 1947—— £

f 6s 1946

Nor western Term Co
5s '48.

103
45 %
74

85
107
if 27

100

105M

Norwegian Hy-Elec
Nitrog OorpRef & imp
5Ms *57 ser A.M&N

35

r

26

99 M

Trap Rock Corp—

s

75

r

1st 6 Ms 1939
Illinois Steel deb 4Mb 1940.

'"58,

N Y L E & W D & I
1st 6s '13
Extended at 5% to 1943...J&J
Shipbuilding 1st 5s Nov 1'46
New York

F&A

30

1

56

58M

105M

-—A&O
F&A

Namm & Son 6s 1943

73

66

48

5M% 1942

97 M

102 M
45 M

53
77
40

deposit

70

1/54
r

of

94 M

25
96M
43

106M

......

68

91M
93

)/

48

131
125
98
122

13034

E&A

CeitifieatPs of deposit
1st sf 4s 1957

76"

>/

Home Serv(LosAng)6 Ms '42
Home ServtPortl, Ore)7s *41
Houston Oil Co of Texas—

40

f

M&N
Ev'g Journal 6Ms '37.-J&D

1st M

«•

106

40

f

110M

7s 1944.-A&O

1943

F&A f

.68

74

)

s

94 M

Loiillard (P) Co g 7s 1944..A&0
5s. 1951-—F&A
Lukens Steel 5s extend 1955 M&N
Manati Sugar 1st- 7M» '42—A&O

81

Hines Land & T

1st & ref

g

6s series C 1946

Hightstown Rui

International

6s series B

<
---

98
60
54
53 M

52M

--A&O
Liquid Carbonic conv 4s '47_ J&D
Loew's Inc debs f 3Ms 1946-F&A
Logan County Coal 7s 1942-M&N
Long Bell Lumb 6s sei A'42.J&J

Hawley Pulp & Paper Co—
1st 6s

95M

Lion Oil 4 Ms 1952

....

100M

Haytian Corp income 8s 1938

95 M
92 M

——F&A

Gold bonds 5s 1951

Harris-Seybold-Potter—
s

106""

90

Lindsay Nunn Pub 6s 1944—M&S

for Am shs...

101M

6%_gold notes 1938---J&J

Liggett & Myers

Harpen Mining Corp—

Conv

100
74
103
95

J&D

N Y

35'"

34M

Leipzig Trade Fair 7s 1953-M&N / 23
Libby McNeil &Libb 5s '42.A&0
105M

96M

Llnes.

4iM

•

41
.

Leonard Tietz—See Tietz

97 M

)/

warr

40M

'

J&D

1st & ref 5s 1944
F&A
1st & ref 5s 1954
-F&A
1st & ref 5s 1964-----—-F&A

101M

6s with

102 M

,

(F W) Printing Co—

Steamship

101M
102

«•

Corp—

Certificates

N Y

"

103M

NYLE& WC&RR—
102

38

46

-

Ist Ss ext

Deb g 5 Ms 1942.------A&O
Layne & Bowler 3-6 Ms 1947——
Lehigh C & Nav fund 4s '48 J&J
Cons s f g 4Ms 1954—.---J&J
Cons s f 4Ms 1954 ser G—J&J
Lehigh Valley Coal—
1-:

96

'

Great Lakes Paper Co Ltd-

Hansa

mtge income 1975

1956

55

52
34

104M
100 M

New
Ni(|u<*ro Sugar 3 M* 1937
N Y Dock Co—1st
g 4s '51
F&A
Serial 5% notes 1938
A&O

_

: 23

./

v

83

32

Lawrence Portland Cement Co—

Ry Term

>

101H

.

/

106

101

Laundry 6s 1936.."

4-5s

101
82 M

Certificates of deposit———
1st

'

)

Hall

123
133

6 Ms Feb 1 1047
1st 5Ms 1961
Debenture 5s 1961

105M

1st coll mtge *t 4s June 1
1965
Nat Union Mtge 3 6s ser A
1954;
2-5$ series B 19.>4
New England

100

1st conv 6s 1954 with war—J&J

99

National Steel

29
46

Lautaro Nitrate Co—-

100
85

1952
Radiator 6Ms 19-17
Certificates of deposit..
5s 1946—

108

warr_M&N
Langendorf Un Bak 6 Ms *41 M&N

if 198

Grand

28 M

Ask

5Ms A 1946.M&N

Nat

.

" 98 M

:

105
101

1950--M&S

conv

A&O
Nat Lumber &
Creosotlng 5Ms.
Nat Oil Prod deb 4s

103

104 M
99 H

S f deb 6s 1940 with

)

26"

101

Kresge Foundation—10-year coll tr 4s 1945
l&J
3 Mc coll trust notes 1947_F& A
Kreuger & Toll—
5s uniform ctfs of dep 1959—

Lake Superior Corporation—
1st & coll tr gold 5s 1944—J&D
Lane Bryant Inc—

104 M

;

t

1st M

Cum conv inc 6s
1952—.M&N /
Nat Food Products 6s
'44
M&N f
Coll conv 6s w s ser A
*44 M&N /
Nat Gvpsum s f 6s 1943.

98

24

Bid

P<\>Juii?2f

10-yr deb 4 Ms May 1
National Fire Proofing Co—

'

La France Textile 1st 6s '42.J&D
Lake Erie Bolt & Nut— /
5-6s April 1 1946------—J&J
Lake St John Po & Pr 6 Ms 1942..

C 70

Good Hope St & Ir Wks (Gi

Oct 15 1945—/
Goodrich (B F) Deb g 6 194
1st mtge 4Kb 1956
Goodyear Tire & Rubber—
1st mtge coll tr 5s 1957Gordon Baking Co (Mich)-

101

98

Koh dyt Corp 6M® 1943_»-,-M&8
Koppers Co—
1;
1st M & co 1 4s 1951
M&N

Lackawanna Steel 0s

S f g 7s

100'

65

,

Gobel (Adolf) Inc—
J

'

Lumber 6s 1938- —-J&J16
New 1st 4s 1947--—-J&J16

Bonds
National Distillers

99M

Rirby

34

.

15M

•I

Ask

60
96
99

Kingston Elevator 1st 6s 50 M&N
Kinney (G R) ext 5M« 1941-J&D

79

70
76M

J

Bid

55
82

^

Quototl^Vor a?l^ecii"(»aare'^n^"^rpo®8',t>'*Cf*rttbe*c*08inglday of the^wth p°e«KUn^ the dat^ of Lwue
74
43

46

43

46

Potrero

outhern
1st gtd
,

70

-

„

Sugar—

& Utilconv 6s

southwest

—-

Dairy

So western Devel't

104

10254

Standard Ice

j! "1»1
Stand

4s 1952

f

654s '45 J&J
Richmond Hos Mills 7s '38—F&A /
Richmond (Va) Ice 6bs *42. A&O /
Rima Steel Corp 1st s f 7s '55 F&A f
Rlordon Pulp & Paper Ltd—
1st 6s June 30 1942
J&D30
River Raisin Pap 1st 6s '45--F&A
Roberts & Oake (Chi) 6s '44.M&N
Roch & Pitts O & I 5s *46—-M&N

1940
A&O

Certificates of deposit
7s unstamped 1946
2d stamped 1946

_

East

Tenn

25

Term

Saltex

1354

8254
104

Saratoga Victory Mills—
6 Mb 1943
J&J
Saxon Pub Wks (Germany)-1st extl s f 7s 1945
F&A /
Gen & ref 654s 1951
M&N /

9054

/

6^4s 1946 ser B--A&0

Stampe

„

6s

*45—M&S

/
/

110

Paper deb 3 Mb 1952--M&S
106
Scovill Mfg Co 554s 1945-..J&J
10254
Scripps (E W) deb 5hs 1943 F&A
93
Scullin Steel 1st 6s stmpd '41 A&O /
100
Securities Accept Corp 5s *46 J&D
Seneca Copper 7s 1933
J&J / 15
107
Servel Corp 5s 1948
—-J&J

Scott

Sharon Steel Corp—
4Mb conv deb 1951

M&S

10654

1951—M&S

9954

Shell Union Oil Corp—

15-year 3 Mb debs

Sheridan-Wyoming Coal Co—
66
1st s f 6s 1947
J&J
9854
Siemens & Halske 10-yr 7s '35 J&J /
Deb g s f 6 Mb '51 with war M&S / 6254
/345
Deb 68 2930
98
7s 1940
106

•101

1951

Socony-Vacuum Oil—
Deb 354 s 1950
South Coast
Gen mtge

•

A&O

Corp—

Called Aug. 25 at 104.
k Last sale




70

,

„

+

10554

-20"

—-

M&S

J&D I19

Temple Corp
5s 1951—J&J

106 K

99

97

12i54

1950-

63"

United

107
75

Ltd inc 5s 1953F&A

Industrial 1st 6s 1945. J&D

a

97

lSoji
29

57 M
y;

....

V

U S Cold Storage

U S Finishing 5s

10554

1944

U S Pipe & Foundry Co—
Conv deb 3 Mb 1946

J&J

M&N

Litho 6s 1950.-A&O

6hsww 1944
Woodward Iron 5s

1st Hen 6s 1937
1st lien 5s 1962
2d conv income

F&A
J&J
5s 1962.—

/ 130
103
120

Woodward & Tiernan Print—
6s 1942
J&J
York Ice Mach 6s 1947—---A&O
Debenture 6s 1943——.J&D
Youngstown Sheet & Tube—1st M s f 4s ser C 1961
M&N
Conv deb 3Ma 1951
F&A

N Y Stock

♦

Exch—1,375 $93,000

12254
11054

12,000

450

N Y

344

141

5.200

9,000
3.550

19 810

Exch—
Cof & Sug Ex.

92

94

88
9654

91

Kan City

(BdofTr)
Los Ang Stock Exch
Milw Grain & Stk.

213
83
186

125

Comm.
Minn-St P Stk Ex.
Montreal Stock Ex_
New Orl Cotton Ex
New Orl Stock Ex.
Phila Stock Exch..
Pittsb Stock Exch.
St Louis Exchange.
Salt Lake Stock Ex.
San Fran Stock Ex.
San Fran Curb Ex.
Seattle Stock Exch \
Seattle Curb & M_J
Toronto Stock Exch

523
18

2,450
1,250
46,000

;K70
;

109"
80

97

f.
2754

91
95
35

35
97

79

§5"

13
1054

14
12

10054
100

101

100

/

99

10354

No. Last Sab
36

7854

/

94

EXCHANGE SEATS

99

/

j

95

.-..J&D
1952—---J&J / 150

550
Exch
70
Baltimore Stk Exch
139
Boston Stock Exch.
Chicago Bd of Tr.. 1,549
Chicago Stock Exch
405
50
Cincinnati Stk Ex—
41
Cleveland Stk Exch
68
Detroit Stock Exch
67
Ft Worth Gr & Cot

107

(Kan City)—

1st sink fund 6s ser A 1946.F&A
1st sink fund ser B 1949—F&A

103

82

37

Gtd coll
U S Cold Storage(dhg)0s'45.J&J

10454

48

Inc 6s 1944-(Alan) Ir & St 6s 1944.A&0
Woodland Farm Dairy—

;90"

65"

Corp-—
1940
M&N /
/
trust 6Ma 1942..J&J

10054

57M
49

49 ;;L

^

11054

Coll trust 6 Mb

,9454

75*r

Wither bee Sherman

42"
10454

11854

Deb 654s 1941
United Merch & Mfrs
United Securities

6s

N Y Cotton

M&N
6s 1945 J&D
Ltd 5 Mb 1952

100

101
90
15

Wood

33

5s 1952

United Elec Coal Cos inc 7s 1946
United Drugs 5s 1953
M&S15
United Grain Growers Ltd—
5s series A 1948-—J&J
5 Mb series B 1949
M&N

395

"M
94M

M&S

Coke 1st 6s *50. J&J
West Chain Stores 6s ww'39 M&N
Western Fuel Corp 7-4s '50.M&N
Western Newspaper Union—
Conv deb 6s 1944
F&A
Western Steel Prod 6s A '48.M&N
1st s f 6s series B 1948-—M&N

10354

103

_

United Corps

100

1940--J&J
1947-.A&O

Disinfecting 6s

West Indies Sugar

^

I68

66
9954

5s 1955
10254 Union Oil Co of California—
6s May 1 1942 ser A
95
F&A
103
15-yr 8Mb deb 1952
J&J
Union Rock 1st 6s s f 1947. _M&S
18
Union Term Coal Stor 6s '39-F&A
United Amusement Corp—
1st s f 5s ser A1956
F&A
10654
United Biscuit deb 5s '50
A&O
9954 United Cigar-Whelan Stores—
6854

55
57
104

_

Coal & RR

Conv 6s 4th stamp

ilH

Weyenberg Shoe Mfg— <
Debenture 4Mb 1945-....J&D
Wheeling Steel Corp—
10054
1st M s f 454s ser A 1966--F&A
111
Whitaker Paper 7s 1942
M&N
White Sewing Machine—
102J4
21
Deb 6s 1940
M&N
is'Whittal (M J) Assoc Ltd 5s 1937106 54 Wickw Spencer Steel 7s '35--J&J
/:37*g
Certificates of deposit
—
Wickwire Spencer Steel Co—
Pr lien & coll 7s Jan 1935-M&N
f 3754
Certificates of deposit-.---Sec conv 7Ma 1935
M&S / 104
87
Wilcox Oil & Gas 6s 1945
J&J
f 107
Willys-Overland 1st 6H8 '33 M&S
10254
Wilson & Co 4s ser A 1955—J&J
101
Conv debs 3J4s 1947—A&O
Winslow Bros & Smith—
103
12354
5^8 1943
M&S
75
Wise Lime & Cement 6s '38. A&O

354

■

Copper & Chemical—

U S Print &

noiioH

»

107

warrants

Unified Deben Corp

108

-

22

12254
93

26"
130
95

N Y Curb

Minn Ch of

1/80
500

70
200
115
46

1.200
4.300
4,800

4,000
4,250

2.000

3.250
5,000
8.0O0
300

6,250
14.000

1,410
175

1,000
125

2.750

2,000
2.000

48

500

69
42

113

350

38,000
8,000
300
80.000

72

Washington Stk Ex
I Wheeling Stk Ex.

40
13

Winnipeg Gr Exch.

463

500

400

11.000
8,100

8~,666

80

/ 78

inc 6s April 1950

lied Interest,

10354

J&D

99

94

U S Bond & Mtge

9354
10054

J&J
Skelly Oil deb 4s 1951
J&J
Smith (Howard) Paper Mills Ltd
1st 4 Mb

105

1932-1942.M&5-

10154

llH
97

Simpsons Ltd—
1st & eofl 4Mb A 1951

Smith (L C) & Corona Typewr'rs
Deb 2% to 454 % '37 to '46-J&J
Smith & Wesson 5 Ma 1938

1949-A&O

102 54

104 54

1944 ser B—M&S
Tenn Corp deb 6s ser O '44—M&S
/ 85*""
l'enn Prod 1st s f 654s '36—J&J
35
Term Warehouse 2d 5s '42--J&J
10454
Texas Corp deb 3 Mb 1951-J&D /
1 ZA
i exas Sugar Ref 1st 6s '44..F&A
83
88
Thermoid Co 5s w w 1951—J&D
65" Three Rivers Grain & Elevator—
95
1st s f 5Mb,ser A 1951
M&S
QQ
Hconderoga Pulp & Paper 6s '40
92
10054
Tide Water Assoc Oil 35$ s '52J&J
/ 2654
Tietz (Leonard) 7 Mb x-w '46. J&J
27
Tilden Lumb & Mills 654s'46M&S J;Ai\ »••••
26
Tokheim Oil Tank & Pump—
142
21
4 Mb conv deb 1947
F&A
Tomahawk Kraft Paper—
27
80
1st 58 (with stk) 1951
A&O
2854
f 35
Trask Timber 1st 3s 1944— .J&D
87
34" Turner Glass Co 1st 6s 1939. J&D
8254 Ulen & Co—
5254

-

Signal Oil & Gas—
Conv 6 Ms A 1945
M&N
Silesian-Am Corp 7s 1941
F&A
Silverw'd Dairies 5s *41 to '51 J&J
Simmons Co Conv deb 4s'52A&0

10154
z

Conv deb 6s

11154

M&S

W Va Coal &

.

25
24
27
20
25
26
2854
2854
81

6% notes 1937
J&J
f
Sayre & Fisher Brick 6s 1947-J&J
Schulco Co 654s 1946
J&J /
/
Stamped (July 1933 coup on^
/
Guar s r
Schulze Baking 1st

..

60

95

M&S

1937

Wayne Coal Co 6s

56"

Name changed to

9854

1

71

F&A
F&A
1944
J&D
2554 Taylor-Warton Iron & Steel—
f
Coll inc 7 Mb July 1 1958
2554
Temple Anth Coal 654s '44.M&S

; 2654
1958
J&J / 25
10254
10354
Safeway Stores 4s s f deb *47-J&D
105
St Clair Furnace 1st 5s '39-. F&A
100
St Joseph Stock Yds 5s '40-. F&A
St Louis Gas & Coke Cons¬

•

West

with warrants 1956
Without

3154
V 89 M

M&S

f deb 6s 1941

Webster C&O 1st g 5s '42 op

Taggart Bros Co 6s

Ruhr Housing 654 s

1947—
J&D
P 5s '55 stpd J& J
Yds 5s 1946-A&O
Looms Inc 6s 1954
A&O

/

s

59

f

53

Jink.fund deb 5s 1938

10

96 M

5M% notes 1937
M&S
D) Co 6s 1945—-.F&A
1st mtge sf454s 1952
M&N
Conv deb 4 Ma 1952—-M&N

4554
i■

:

15 1950.M&N
Symington-Gould Corp and Gould
Coupler Corp 1st M conv inc

34

106

Warren (S

45

Swift & Co—
1st s f 3 Ms May

90

ist M s f 6s

49
61

Superior Steel Corp 6s 1938-J&D
Susquehanna Silk Mills—

60~

St L Rky Mt &
St Paul Un Stk

f
f

Studebaker Corp 6s 1945
J&J
/
stutz Motor Oar 7 Ma 1937-A&0

6s

Warner-Quinlan Co—
Conv deb 6s 1939
Warner Sugar Corp 7s 1939

99

Oonv

M&N

1st M serial

106

Warren Bros Co—

7s unstamped 1936
2d stamped 1940

1102"

f

92

72

Strawbridge & Clothier-^
1st s f 5s 1948
M&S
Struthers Wells Titusville—

f 5 54s w w

51

(Hiram)-G & W—

20-yr 1st mtge 4s 1955
A&O
Warner Bros Pict 6s 1939—M&S
Warner Co 1st 6s 1944
A&O

m mm —

95

Certificates of deposit-----.

7254

31

'

85

44

Coke 5s '49.M&S

4^s 1945
J&D
Waltham W'tch & Cl'k 6s '43 J&D
Walworth Co 6s s f deb 1955. A&O

110

(Hugo) Industries—
7-48 Stamped 1936
A&O

6 Ma 1943
1st mtge s

1940

Deb

3454

3354
40

f

Walker

90

06

f

Va Iron Coal &

98
99

e

Stinnes

10454

/

J&J

7-48 Stamped 1946-

A&O V165

Deb 4s 1945 with warr

96

F&A

J+I

Oriente—
1st 7s 1942 ctfs of dep
Sugar Pine Lumber Co—

Rocky Mtn Fuel 5s 1943
A&O 10254
Rolland Pap 1st 554s A *48-- J&D
Rolls Royce 7s Sept 1 1937
f J
Stamped
,
f 12
TJnstftiiipQd
Roman Catholic Church 654s 1946 / 2354
/ 2254
Rom Cath Church Welfare 7s 1946

Rueping (F) Leather 6s
Ruhr Chemical 6s 1948

r

1947—J&D

5^s A1943
Stinnes (Hugo) Corp—

2254
1

WA

J&J
F&A '
1953--J&J

1955

Vicana Sugar Co 6s
Victor Amer Fuel 6s

Victor Fuel 1st- s f g 5s

22
94

Sugar Estates of

48 :
40
5654

/

f

9754

1942

4654
9654
10354

10254
28 y

s

fv

43

9754

;

mo"—'J&J

^pvens & Worsted Mills—
Thompson Pap 6s
Stillwater

a,

Richm'd Cedar Wks

39
:

92 M

Certificates of deposit

10554

1950SeC lDC 58 1950 A&°

Brothers 6s

i.'

6

/

Stanley Co (Cam"de~n)'6s~40"J&D
Stanley Cranddll 6s 1946-F&A
Stanly-Rowl-Clark 6s 1946..F&A

Stern

§6"
10554

10454

1947—F&A

Steel Co of Can 6s

12

11

J&J

(N J) deb 3s '61
J&i>
Textile Prod 6 Mb '42 M&S

Ud 5s

J&D K ^
J&D f 30M
J&J 1 3054

United Wall Paper Fac
Universal Sewer Pipe 6s

50

....

f
'

Assented

in

California—
Coll tr 6s 1944 ser A
M&N f
Certificates of deposit

1st 6a

(Germany)

15-yrcolltr454s A ww *51 A&O
104
6s 1947. .
75
1938. J&J
44
Utilities Elkhorn Coal 6s 1948 T&J
91
Valvoline Oil 7s 1947
M&N
Vanadium Corp of Amer—
:
9454
Oonv deb 5s 1941.
A&O
82
Van Dorn Iron Wks 7s June 1 1942
2354
Vertientes Sugar 1st 7s 1942.J&D /

47

45

4s746>&A

itaiey (A E) 1st mtge

100

United Stockyards Corp—

Springfield Ice 7s 1944

.

Richfield Oil of

1942"

4s

107 M

A_...J&J

Corp 554s'43--J&D

1951
1951
654s series A 1947

10054

10054

&-c°ist 58 '48 j&j

>

Royal Dutch Co—

M&N

Conv Income 5s 1944

22

f

Paper l td 5 54» 1947—M&N
9854
9654
Purity Bakeries 5s 1948
J&J
Quiker city Cold Storage—
49
V; 61'-'
1st sf 5s 1953
M&N
R&dio-Keuh-Orpbeum Corp—
Part paid :tfa (for 6% deb and
/no
common stock) 65% paid.
1110*54
Debentur* gold 6s 1941--J&D / 10754
96
93
Cony sf deb 554 s 1947
Railway Express Agency Inc—
104
103
Serial 5s 1938 (s-a>—-M&F
109
106
Series 5s
1930-*49
M&*
44 if,
Realty Bond & Mtge deb 3-6s '53 _
23"
f 20
Reliance Bronze & at eel 0* 1944Remington Rand Inc—
10754
10754
20-yr deb 4
w w 1950--M&.1
Republic Steel Corp—
17354
17154
Gen mtge conv 4 54s A '50-M&S
9654
Gen mtge 45isser B 1961.F&A
9754
Gen mtge 4 54s ser O 1956 M&N
11954
117
Purchase money 554r '54.M&N
11354
11254
Restigouche Paper Ltd 6s 1948—
Revere Copper & Brass—
10454
1st mtge 4 54® s f 1956
J&J 10354
9554
94
Reynolds Met deb 3 54s '51—J&D
32
/ 3054
Rheinelbe Union 7s 1946
J&J
3654
Rhine-Main-Danube 7s '50 M&S f 3254
10
J
6 y
Rhode Island Ice 6s 1948—M&N
/ 12
5s with stock 1951
Richardson & Boynton Co
Cum income 4s 1945
J&J / 18 T
Prov

U 8 Trucking

47

Products^

654s w w 1938

92

6 54s series A
6 H 8 series O

1st 4s w s 1950--

85

94

F&A

f 5s 1946

United Steel Works

A&O /

1st a f 4 Mb 1967
southern United Ice Co—

s

1st & ref 5s 1947 ser

75
75

^'^oid4*8 1940—J&D
southern New England Ice—

9654

96

A&O

7s 1946

70

91

deb

conv

U S Rubber—

A&O

southern Ioe 1st & ref 8s '42

1938—F&A

U S Radiator deb 5s

J&D
J&D
1946-F&A

„

6#s 1940

l8tr
Ice

.

6654

M&N

f 5s *55 J&J
Pressed Steel Car Co—
Income deb 6s 1961 ■.--—J&J
Produce Term & Cold Storage—
1st Income 6s 1958
J&D
Protestant Church of Germany—

s

101M

•Southern Kraft Corp—

7s stamped 1947 .
Pratt Cons Coal 1st s

Oonv f

100M

Brighton Mills—
7s 1940-.

.

sou

.46

43

3-6s 1953

Ask

Southern Advance Bag & Paper—
1st s f 6s 1947
J&D

46"

43

2-5s 1953—
Potomca Cons Deb Corp 3-6s '53 _
Potomac Deb Corp 3-6s 1953
Potomac Franklin Deb 3-6s 1953.
Potomac Md Deb Corp 3-6s 1953
Potomac Realty Atl Deb Corp—

Potomac Bond Corp

Bid

Bonds

Bid

Bonds

Ask

Bid

Bonds

,

MISCELLANEOUS BONDS

INDUSTRIAL &

84

Mf*

teat

inn

t Price of

O^adlaa Jrta

Wheeling Stock Exchange

/saleTrlci Toalled Nov.

b Basis., / This price include® ac
,80 seats. 70 members.

memberships are fixed

1 at 103.

\

Quotations for all securities are as near as

Stocks

Par

Stocks

Ask

Bid

Ask

Northern Mills
47

84

60

*
*

Preferred
Booth Mfg

64

62%
108

100

2

29

*

King (J P) Mfg. .100

60

Gosnold M(NB)..*
Preferred
100
Prior preferred

: ',y

Majestic Mfg
Marion Mfg Co

J*

Mills

,23%

Martel Mills

;C

102%

100
*

Nashua M (N H) 100
Preferred..
100
Neild Mills
100

Nonquitt M(NB).»
Pacific Mills
*
Pepperell Mfg...100
Pierce Mfg.....100
Pilgrim Mills
100
Plymouth Cord. .100

95

108

Mooresville

18

23

Cotton

1934

Yarn Mills

5

Suissett Mills 100
ich Borden Mfg
100
Shops

Common
1st preferred.. 100
2d preferred.. 100

Newberry C M..100

36

Orr Cot Mills

,78

86

7%

19,

74%
12 X

m
m
27

25

29
114

29%
116
*

102

115"

113

Perfection Spinning

Mfg
20
I'oe (F W) Mig__100
Ranlo Mfg

30

26

89

96

2i

Process

50

48

*

63

65

50

6#

*

common

Spartan Mills
Startex Mills

34

38

Wamsutta

14

15

Textiles Inc

Alabama Mills
*
Amer Yarn & Proc__

7% preferred..

..

100

25
5

Beaumont Mfg

10

10%

70

82

100
68

23

7 % p eferred
Bel ton Mills(SO)-25
.

56

102"
14

7% preferred
Burlington Mills

88

98

6%

16%
55

61

*

46

48

Calhoun Mills

Mills....
Chadwick-Hoskins

17%

12
99

102

85

89

Chiquola Mfg
20
6% preferred
Clifton Mfg (SO) 100
Climax Spinning. .50
Columbus Mfg (Ga)
Converse (D E)_100
Cowpens Mills
Crescent Spinning.'_
Dallas Mfg (Ala) 100
Darl'gton Mfg(SO) 5

38
97

40
100

115
70

120
76

Preferred

49"
25
i

2%

.

_

.20
20

Dunean Mills

7% preferred
Durham Hosiery
7% preferred
Eagle & Phenix._100
Eagle "iarn
Easley Cotton Mills
7% preferred

101

101

105

101

105

1937..

60

Admiralty Alaska
Gold Mining
.1

25

Alaska

65

119

107

111

•

97

Flint Mfg Co—
7 % preferred

69
98

Ariz

nays




1

\ ustin Silver

Min. -1
Backbone Gold
1

97"
73

Bagdad

102

Hccrueft

* With- out

par

lc

1

^

Comstock

dividend,

value

Mines.

'

55c

44%

46%

.

1

1 Flat price.

7%

y,":

u
-

4

Roan

St

n?

8%
90

29

.__*

r

11%
106%
13%

100

5

12

7%

1

Air Devices Corp__l

2%

Reduc'n com..*

.71%

Aonliance.

.

.

.

.

Preferred
100
Alberene Stone of Va
Vot trust ctfs.^ .5

Alberta-Pacific
Giain class A

10%

*

Preferred.. .100

Algoma Steel com.*
Preferred

100

Allegheny Steel

*
*

Corp

$3.50 ^referred.-*
Industries... 1

Aiientown Portland

Cement

pref—10

Ohem

Corp

%

1

&

Dyr
*

common

Allied Kid Co

237

com .5

16%

Hied Mdls In1'

Allied

;

-..i -

Distilling Co
Allied

1

24%

16%
3%
: 6
■

Proa cl

a

.

Allied

6%
14

-2c

Common

10

Stores Corp

5% preferred.. 100

*

17
2%

17%

7%

"8"

Aluminum Co

21%
.,20%
77%

Allis-Chalmers Mfg
Common
*

com.

6% preferred..100

shares.
M—.1
.

Joseph Lead...10
1
Copper

J

Silver King Coal—5
So Am Gold & Plat.l

116%
16%
7%

62

Aluminum

115

%
17%

Amal

%

Aluminum

Ltd....*

6% preferred. .100
Leather.

1

123%
5%

4

%
18%

18%
4%
Tonopah Belmont-1 k •k %
%
Tonopah Mining..1
Union Copper Land
35c
& Mining
25
United Verde Ext50c
>3%
180-c
Utah Copper Co..10
2
Utah Metal & Tun.t
Walker Mining
2%
1
White Knob Copper
P Develop pref. 10
Wright Hargreaves
Mines
*
6%
3%
Yukon Gold------5

5

45c

6% conv pref. .50
Amalg Sugar
1
5% preferred
10
Amerada Corp
*
Amer Agric Chem
(Delaware)
*
Amer Air Lines... 10

40

American Arch

15

vL

Silver-Lead .1
Sunshine Mining. 10c
Teck-Hughes G M.l

146

Alum Goods Mfg.
Indus..*

69

67%
%
61%
17%
14%
3%

5

67%
23%

Alpha Portl Cem._*

Antelope Min

*

42

pref 100

104

Am Bakeries

Class A

"2%
2%

3%

7%
93

92%
25%

*

Class B

4

*

Am Bank Note

36
35

10

27%

6 % preferred... 50
Am Bemberg com.*

20

100

105

Preferred

60

Am Beverage Corp

6%
3%

REAL ESTATE TR
& LAND STOCKS

7% preferred

1%
3%

5

American book

.lOu
Amer Box Board.. 1

62
20

A.Brake Sh & FdyCommon
*
_

.

.

_

10

y

*,

5%%
—

27

conv

pf.lOo

American Can

25

7% preferred. .100

175
58

a

57

Amer

25

a

30

a

7
17
150

65%
130

109%
156%

Properties
*
Am Car & Fdy
"
7% preferred--10<
Amer Oarmel.-.lOP

10c

1%

1%

2

3%

V: 4%

%
k Last

>•

a

1%
uity

IV ill

Congress

nw

St

..v.™

Canadian

Preferred

Associa

6

'••"J4,'

~

10'

Amer Centrifugal.. 1

2

50%
79
10c

•y

7

3%

%

sale!

'■*{

9 -A
30c

80

Allied Paper Mills..

24

,-ri

Shoe com
1 deferred
Ainsworth Mfg
Air Associates

70c

a

U

8

28

25

Pocahontas

■

_

2%
64%
1%

2%

25

V.:. 5c

3%
25c

:

*

33

a

57%

9%;,
25

21

Alliance Realty..
5
Preferred
100
Allied
brewing
«.v

a

22

:8

100

.

Alles & Fisher

15

140

Preferred

Agfa Ansco
A gnew-Surpass—

15

62%

5

Copper

Black Hawk
Consol

Purchaser al««

ii%

%

Lead

^meltiru..

100

93

7% preferred

.10

Zinc

$5 prior conv pf 25
*(j preferred
25
AnacondaCopMin 50
Vndes Copper M.20

32

Florence Mills......

8c

Gold

Mining
Amer

63

Fairforest Finish Co
Serial notes

Juneau

\ltar Cons Mines.

25
88

Erwin Cotton com
6% preferred

-

STOCKS

30

29
18

58
113

a

105

1930

82

Ex-dividend.

30"

28

.

Brewery....1,
Aetna Stand Engine*

85

Stand

105

Manufacturing

a

63"

100

MARINE INSUR¬
ANCE SCRIP

MINING

106%

!:

Shattuck Denn

104%

r

;

Aetna

Allen

81

Seneca

105

Enterprise Mfg(Ga).

Efird

86"

48""
62

9

6 % preferred... 50
Aero Supply Mfg—
Class A..
Class B.
>.«
Aetna Ball Bearing 1

3%

63%
1%

,

Mining. .2 5c

Ltd Amer

100

Ltd com.*

2%

8

10

St Anth Gold

101

12

y

I Par value $100.

n

Nominal"

.

33

32

2%

80

*

Pond Creek

19

101

33

1%
10%

15%
3%
5%

85

1935-.W—-—

10
30

3%
80%
105%

Enterprise com..*
Pioneer Gold Ltd-.l

108%

24

110

3%

4%

9

Atlantic Mutual—

53;
29

V

X

1

Polaris

78

.....

Dixon Mills

Drayton Mills.

5

3%

!

Quincy

Wabasso Cotton...1"

106" "

Pacific Tin

Mills

Preferred

38c
35
19%

19%

Premier Gold M—

Penmans

19

22%

Albany Packing. 100

Patino Mines &

85

si

48%
.18%
22%

_

1 %
49%

34

*

Park-Utah—

169

Cottons..
Preferred
100

75
102

76"

90

Preferred-

62%
-82%
49%,

,54 %

;

80

,

50

Air

25c

5

74
142

Domin Text Ltd...*

;•

vir-Way Electric

10
Old Dominion Co.25

Consol Mines

Montreal

.70

tigraph Corp... 10
Advance Rumely. *
Aeolian Co—

Vllendale

Mines

70
138

100

5%
57%

.

Addressograph Mul-

13%

30

15

Converters. 100

76

.5%
56

25

1%
47%

100
100

13

Can Cottons Ltd 100

23

71
v-

t c__20

1.18

*

Nipissing Mines

Cot Mills

Canadian
Can

h

13

8% preferred
China Grove Cot
'

Woodside

1%
50%

25

19

1

Adams Express..,._*
Adams Millis.
*

61%
2

50

22

Lab'tories.*
Abbotts' Dairy
*
Abercrombie & Fitch

Steel-.

3*

49%

Abbott

13%

North Butte

Mills

Preferred

10

Co

>

2

*

1.12

Rosario

90

Wiscassett Mills

100

1

Cannon

Winget Yarn
Mtge 6s

101

■;:v 54

132%
3%

3%
%
60%
1%
IK

1

Noranda

-

28

27%
125

N Y & Honduras

110

West Point Mfg. 100

24%
12%
4%

4

*

Preferred

115

12

:>.•

24%
12%

1

New River Co

90

99

50
•>' 5:
97

'

52

if 70

31
V.'; 32

30%

.25

New Jersey Zinc..25
Newmont Mining. 10

33

49

7 % preferred
Wellington Mills. _*
Preferred.. i.^..

84

.

Bibb Mfg.
.100
Brandon Corp A
Class B

31

Wallace Mfg Co
Ware Shoals Mfg 100

26

53

20""
104

1941

81%

V

nxi

I;;"' H%

INDUSTRIAL AND
MISCELLANEOUS

v

14

t.13%

20

A B Stove

Acme Wire

10c

'

101

_

1st M 6s Jan

48

81

Mt City Copper
National
Tunnel

1.69

10

10

7% preferred. 100
Victory Yarn Mills -

64

64

Mills

1st 7% pref...100
2d 5% pref—100

47%

*

and Mines com..*

16

19%
11%

*

Mines

68

50

81

•

19%
11%

Mother Load Coali'n

65
;

;

uM

Trust

&

Class A

Canada

20

,

1*15

Vicfor-Monag Co.

100

Preferred.

57

Common

Cotton

Mills
Avondale Mills

;A>:-

8
115

Cotton

Mills

■A,;--

4
108

Spinning

18%
56

.10

com.

Union-Buii'alo

Abbeville OM(SO)10

124

—

Class A pref
Class B pref..

Southern Hills

40"

20

Sterling Spinning
Sto < e Spinning

7

26"

yy 10

70

Smelting._.._*

1

5%
2c

(Bait) .5

Guar

Acme

Lucky Tiger Comb
Gold Mining...10
Magma Copper ColO
Mayflower-Old
Colony Copper_25
Mclntyr e Por cupine5
Miami Copper
5
Mining Corp of

99

10f>

Preferred
*
SouloMill (NB).100

M...100

---

5: «%

*

com

Southern Weaving.*
Southern Worsted pi

60%

%6

5

2%
IX

1

7% preferred-.100
Abraham & Straus.*

9%

Lava Cap Gold Mini
Louisiana L'd & Ex 1

Southern Franklin

102

32

Kirkland LakeGold 1
Lake Sh Mines Ltd 1

17
103

100

Preferred--..*

7% preferred...

100

/•,

*

6 Print Wks

9

100

30

Kennecott Copper.*
Kildun Mining
1

24

22

101

.5

$6 preferred

135

V

22

Title

$6 preferred
75
Abitibi Pow & Pap.*
6% pref
100

142

99

12%....

Isle Royale Cop.
Jardine Mining

107

103

24%

Island Creek Ooal.l

25

.100

20%
1%
28

132

Warrants

-

...

22

125

;,y.'

Sibley Mfg (Ga).100
Smyre (A M) Mfg..
7% preferred
Southern
Bleachery

'

Saratoga Victory

Arcade

90

25

Common

-

103

100

6% preferred

rS*
97

-

'

Inspiration Cons
Copper
20
Internatl Mining..1

16

10

50

1%

of New York

__1 k

Illinois Zinc

-

38
37

33

7% preferred
Rhodiss Mills 7% pf

Saxon Mills

27

-

36

Piedmont

Rowan Cotton Mills

10

9%

&

'

145

Casualty

Common

Howe Sound Co
Hudson Bay Min

88

82

.

^tokens Cot Mills.

Kiverdale Mills pref.
Riverside & Dan Riv

15

47"

common

92

98

2%
40c

1%

_

>12

39%

common.

J*

New Amsterdam

7c

2°1%

100

95

100

30c

11%
1%

.

65

7% preferred.. 100

Pacolet Mfg

4
74

20c

Greene-Cananea 100
Hecla Mining
25c
Hollinger Mines...5
Homestake Mines

101

60

100

10%
81%

>

65c

Power

"

*

.

Lawyers Title &
Guaranty
100
Maryland Cas Co. 1
Natl Surety Co. .10

Granby Cons M S &

80

35%

Home Title Ins (NY)
Lawyers' M Co
20

2

40*

Goldfield Consol
Mines

59

98

Norris Cot Mills

Mfg

Sanford Mills

Anderson

53"

50

*3~~

65

60c

9

27

2

94

Acme

.

26

Powdrell Dartmouth

Mills

104

Mat

32%

Powdrell & Alexander
common

99"

7% preferred

100

Preferred
Nashawena M

Mill pref.. 100
Monarch Mills..100

Musgrove Cotton

45

V-Woodb Mills

(Baltimore)

3

Marlboro C Mills. .4

10

10%

Smelting com.. 10
7% preferredlOO
Golden Cycle Corpl 0

«-

85

80

75

-

EmpireTitle &Gul00

Mortgage Guar.

Federal Mining &

■

-

20c

Eagle Pich Lead. .10
Evans Wall Lead--*
7 % preferred- .100

■

70

110

40

SB'S

1

Linford Mills

155*

Bond & M Guar..20

Dome Mines Ltd..*

49

67

80

22

Kilburn M (N B).75
Luther Mfg
100

44"

Bankers Bond &

TITLE GUAR¬
ANTEE & SAFE
DEPOSIT STKS.

80

Gold Min & M..1
Cusi Mexicana__50c

56

100

Limestone Cot Mills

9

•

IV*
72

._

Laurens C M

5

'L *
74%

4

1

Cornucopia Gold.5c
Cresson Consolidated

103
103
75

100

15%
%

*

100
98

pflOO

yy 33
•

93

610
20

15%
2%

74*
57*

Copper Canyon. 10c
Copper Range
*

112

Factory Bldg Tr.100
Fifty Associates (B)
Hotel Tr (Boston) 100
Kimball Bldg Tr 100

1%

Como Mines
1
Consol
Copper
5
Cons Min & Smelt .5

16

87
107

Mills

Preferred B...100

79"

100

76

22

;

Draper Corp
Farr Alpaca

75

Cotton

Judson Mills A

*

45

,71

Preferred
'.'■Vf-im*'*,

Mills.. 100
Dexdale Hosiery—
Preferred
100

Preferred
8.50
Mohawk Carpet..20

Inman

20

107

Charlton

35

Mills pref

,

Hathaway Mfg..100

100

,12
,70

Per share
5

3%
15%
2%

l

Cerro de Pasco
*
Chief Consol Min._l
Chile Copper
25
Cliff Mining
25

99

90

Industrial

109
15

* x

Cotton

95

7% preferred
'.
Highland Pk Mfg 20
6% preferred
Imperial Yarn—...

98

20

Sagamore
(F R)

114

109

Ask

Bid

Par

28%
7%
1%

Zinc-Lead

Calumet & Hecla_.5
Carnegie Metals... 1
Central Am Mines. 1

--

6% preferred.....

98

94

100

Bourne Mills

Co (F R)

'L

Mills—

Hanover

26

25

<

Co

48"

12%

Knlt.5
7% preferred

59

■

Preferred
100
Border City Mfg 100
Boss Mfg com... 100

Saco Lowell

Callahan
20
-44

Hanes (F H)

Dredg

C2%
Butte Cop & Z Co J
Butte &
Sup
10

65"

62
170

.

Gold

ing, Ltd
Bunker Hill

Henrietta Mills

Bigeiow-Sanford
•'if Carpet common.*

Mt

—.

Preferred..... .20
Hamrick Mills

"'"i

94

unassented.*

General

Mills

Stocks

Ask

6 Sull'n M &

'

Granteville Mfg. 1)0
Grendel Mills

t 50
/:<>; 12

48
10

100

Spinning Co
Mew preferred
Pref

100

Hartsville Cot Mills.

Preferred
Berkshire Fine
r

49

80

Algonquin Print. 100
American Mfg.. 100
5% Preferred-100
Amoskeag Mfg
*
Arlington Mills..100
Barnard Mfg
100
Beacon Mfg....100

140

Bulolo

45

Gossett

130

Bid

Par

Per share

11

40

Glenwood Mills....

STOCKS

10

Gainesville Cot Mills

TEXTILE

Stocks

Per share
55
50

50
10

Gaffney Mfg
Conv pref

possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of issue

Bid

Par

Per share

r

Canadian price.

,

A;:

v".

t New stock.

\

'i;

■

INDUSTRIAL

86

Stocks *

Ask

Bid

Par

possible for the closing day of the

Bid

ar

Stccfc,

\rnold

125

141

New

M7/s

106%

110 %

Cigarette &
Cigar Co
100

150

160

100

112

Amer

Onicle

*

7%

Amer

Preferred

-

-

-

29

25%
16%

Amer Coal (NJ)._25
Amer Oolortype_.10
Amer

-

W \lH

*

common

1

Hegeman

26%

24%
26%

6% 1st pref—100

93%

95

Am Cyanamid A_10
Class B
20

33"

33%
8%

Ashland Oil & Ref. 1
Agj^c Brew (Can). *

8

'

Amer Distilling pf 10
Encaustic
Tiling Co

18

100

Am Furniture

106
6

5%
•

22

20
5

5%
88

86

68%
24%

57%

__

24

Amer Hard Rubb.50

8% preferred—100
Amer Hardware. .25
Am-Hawaiian 88.10
Am Hide & Leath..*

6% preferred

50

Amer Home Prod-.l
Amer Hosiery
25
Amer Ice Co
*

106

101

15

A7/*
44

43%

44%

,

12

6% non-cumpflOO

24

Amer I G Chem A.*
Amer Insulator
*
Preferred
50
Am Internat Corp.*

77

80

3%

5%

4%

14%

14%

Amer-La France &
Foamite Corp-—

8%

8

New common.. 10

11%

Am Laund Mach.20
Amer Locomotive.*

27

28

7% preferred..100
Amer Mach & Fdy_*

108

100

Am Mach & Met..*
Am Maize Prod
*
Amer

Maracaibo

47%
109%
21%
9%

47%
20%
9

18

16

1%
50%
122%
43 %

1%

1

Amer Metal Co

*

50

6% convpref..100
American Meter.._»

117
41

American News
N Y Corp

Amer

68

*

:

10

6% preferred __50
Am Potash & Chem *
Amer Radiator &
Stand

Sanitary
*
7% cum pref 100
Am Republics comlO
Amer Rolling Mill 25
4 % % conv pf 100
Am Safety Razor

i

"2%

:

1%
16%
2%
50

47

22%

.22%

153

157

15%
38%
101%

15%
38%
101%

29

29%

49%
8%
26 %

52

9%
27%

Amer Ship Build.I*
Am Smelt &

50

51

_

Refg..*
7% preferred..100
American Snuff..25
6% non-cumpflOO
Am Steel F'dries
*
American Stores.
*
_

American Stove. 100
Amer Sugar Ref.100

7% preferred. .100

Am Sumatra Tob

*

Amer Thread pref. 5
Tobacco com 25
Common B
25

Am

6% preferred. .100
Transformer. 10
Am Type Found.. 10
7% preferred..100
.

Am

.

Am Vitrified Prod.*

Preferred
*
Amer Wind Glass-

130

56%

132%
57%
128

45%

44%
129%
22%
''■4

4%
82%

.■

84

137

7%

Amer

Wringer

Amer

Writing Papl*

._*

.*

com

*

50
14 ^

$5

cum

Autocar

71

•11%

4%

prior A.

_

_

Arcturus Rad Tube *
Argo Oil
io
Armour & Co of Del

7% guar pref. .100
Armour & Co (111)—
.

Common

6

pref..*

7% preferred-.100
Armstrong Cork...*
Rights
Armstrong Rubb A*
Arnold. Constable.5

n

*

10

com..

3%
51

Class

A

7

7%
9%
25%

23

24"

'

9

14

12

10

85

Preferred
100
Babcock & Wilcox.*

128"

130

15

Baker Chemical.. *
Balaban & Katz._25

110

108

6

5%

5%
21%
89%

5

_

20%
86%
86%
1%
13%

New common. 100
assented-.

Warrants
New warrants

90
...
V

14
Baldwin Rubber.__1
Bancroft (J) & Sons* :l-\ 5
55
Preferred
100

Bankers Industrial—
Service cl A
*
Barber Co Inc
10

29

43%
86%
44%
24%

Carey (Philip)
*
6% preferred-.100

25

Carnation

Steel

com

.1

Boston-Herald
Traveler Corp—*
Boston Woven Hose
6 Rubber com..*
Preferred.-.100
Botany

Bros

5%% pref
50
Barlow & Seelig cl A5
Barnsdall Oil
5

6%

25%
%
10%
27%
23%

16

%«
8%
25%
22%
9%

conv pref_.25

Bates Mfg
Bath Iron Wks

40

25

Barnsdall Refining. 1
Bartgis Bros com._l
100

10

Bathurst Power
& Paper A

*

15%

Bayuk Cigars
*
7% 1st pref... 100
Beatrice

Bearings Co (Am)

; ioo

i%

»

$1%

_

38

16

22%
3

114%
13%
23%
16%
6%
11%

112

12%
22%
15%
6%

*

Belden Mfg com. 10
Bell Air craft...... 1
.

Bellanca Aircraft. _1
Belmont Radio
*
&

45

14

Aircraft..._l
Beech-Nut Pack. .20

RR

v

21%
2%

conv pref.20

_

85

78

1st preferred
100
2d preferred..100
Beaunit Mills Inc. 10
_

25%
7%
103%
2%

24%
6%

...

w.*

115

111

Cream. .25
w

21%
15%

21

r

11

Stk Yds

Common
50
Preferred
50
Bender Body com. .5
Bendix Aviation
5

55

8

7

21

20%

Industrial
*

:

Preferred
*
Beneficial Loan Soc *
.

14

Benson & Hedges..*
Conv pref
..* k

Berghoff Brew

21%
51%
-

21%
53%
14%

•

i

5

3%
18

10

9%

1

260

250
2

28

30%

11%

12%

16

7%
41%

18
V 7%

42%
120

118
:•

1%

i%

: -

6

,6%
108%

108%

12

11%
90%

91
110

103
59

Preferred
50
Beth Steel (Del)...*

9

60

4%

Bickfords Inc
Preferred

'

~

1st

3% ,'v 4
95
85
13%
13
36
34%
6%
5% :
^

,

Birdsboro Steel

Fdy & Mach

Canadian price.

x

25
5
com

*

•

V..'2
13

Kx-divldend.

Case (J I) Co

1

Corp.-

Distillers5

S

2%

;;-•
M

•

4*
5H
32

B

Brighton Mills pf 100

A..*

Brill Corp class

*

Class B

7% preferred- .100
Brillo Mfg
*
Class A
*
Brinks, Inc
25
Bristol Brass
25
Bristol-Myers
5
Brit-Amer Oil Ltd—
Coupon
*
Registered
*
Brit-Amer Tob reg£l
Ordinary bearer £1
British Celanese Ltd
Amer dep rets. 10s
Brock way Motor—

5% preferred

Par tic pref
Celotex Co com

(i

4

8%
7

9%

7%
4%
18%
17%
46%

4%
18

17

46 K

9*

11
11

•

4%

4%

59

IV

40%

31

30%

;

2

*»;

6

"M7

4
14

r

47
125

12%

10

Checker

Cab Mfg.5
Cherry-Bur Corp..*
Ohesebr'gh Mfg..25

News

16%
78 r.

.

116

19%
103%

*
..*

Chicago Flex Shaft 5
Chic June Rys & Un
Stk Yds 8tpd_.100

Preferred

100

Chic Mail Order.

185

\

102

5

Chicago Nipple

5

*

Chic Pneu Tool
$3 conv pref

*

*

40

IV

*

17

19

Prior

Collender

$5 preferred
*
Buckeye Pipe L..50
Buckeye Steel Cast *
Bucyrus-Erie Co..5
7% cum pref.. 100

10

Chic Rivet & Mach .4

18%

Chic Yellow Cab..*
Ohickasha Cot O.10

79

81

Childs Co

49%

50

5

35

36%
17%

16%

105

Buda Co com...100
Budd (E G) Mfg..*

18

19

10%

7% preferred.. 100

84

10%
86%

Budd Wheel

*

7 % preferred- .100
Bullard Co
*
Bulova Watch
*
Burco Inc com
*
Conv preferred..*

Warrants
Burd Piston Ring. _l
Burdines Inc
*
Preferred..
.*
Burma Corp Ltd—
Am dep receipts.

_

Burns Bros com...*

9

8%
113

118

37

38

53%
3%

55
4

1

Burry Biscuit-12 %c
com

*

7% debenture. 100

Co

13

34

4%
2%

100

v

28%
4%
5%

4%
5%
18%

20

*

50

Byers (A M) com...*
7% part pref. .100
Byers Machine
*
Byllesby class A
*

25%

29%

16

16%

32

32%.
1%

1%

6

5

21

20%
55%

68%

4

Cliffs Corp v t c.._*
Cleve Worsted Mills
Common
..*
Climax Molyb¬

Clinchfleld Coal. 100
Preferred
100
Clorex Chemical
*
Club Aluminum
*

2%

69
4

8%
33%
44%

107
25

-1%
25%
40%

17%
16%
18

11%
83%
6%
116%
18

10%
18%
84%

"4%
8%
34%
45

98

2%
5%

~2%
7%

46

46%

11%
15%
8%
38%

13

10%

; y

11%

51%

53%
5%

4%
50

60

126%

*

111

114

_*

158

159

Cluett

Pea body
*
7% preferred. 100
Coca-Cola Bottling
.

Coca-Cola Co
Class A

15%
8%
39

46%
1%
28%
129%

*

*

Preferred
Byron Jackson

•

16%
10%
17%
83%

*

of New York

"3%

3

20
80 -j
117%
20%
104%

Hobbing

com

Cleve Tractor
..»
Clev Un Stk Yds..*

denum Co

7% pref ctfs-_100
Butier Bros
10
5% conv pref..30

116

1

Clayton & Lambert *
Cleveland Graphite
Bronze com
1
Mach

5%

..10

Clark Controller...1
Clark Equip Co
*

Cleveland

4%
1%

81

100

Chrysler Corp.....5
Cin Un Stk Yds...*
City Auto Stamp..*
City Ice & Fuel
*
6%% cum pf_.100
City Investing..100
City & Sub Homes 10
City Stores
5

Preferred

32

28

.....

Claude Neon Lt

%
12%

Bush Term Bldgs

Butterick Publis
Preferred

Chilton

*

com

Preferred

36

Burroughs Adding
Machine

58%
17%
15%
17%
11%

preferred. _*

18

*

Brunswick-Balke-

5,.

13%

65

A'

i2%

26%
45%

109

45

115

12

*

2

*

11

12

Coca-Cola Intern..*

27%

30 7

25

30

43

28$

57%

58%

Colgate-Palmolive-

.*

5% preferred...50
Cambria Iron
50
Campbell Wyant &

Fdry.._*

Canada Cement. 100
Preferred
100
Can Dry Ging Ale.5
Canada Forgings—
Class A
*
Class B
...»
Can Iron Fdy's. 100

Preferred
100
Canada SS Lines..*
Preferred
100
Canadian Bronze. _*
Preferred
100

Peet

1-V:

107

24%

54

18%
103

54%
112

130

135

*

21

23

31
•;

Colonial Beacon Oil *

31

39

16

Colon Development

.109

Collyer Insulated
Wire common

•

24%
i

16

Ordinary shares..
5% income A
6% conv pref.u..

Col Fuel & Iron

74
3

11%

47%

*

Warrants

8%

34

107%

18%
102%
110

18

11%
46%

1040

100

Collins Co

54%

30

15%

*

common

6% preferred 100
Collins & Aikman..*

5% preferred.. 100

•37%
49%

;52%

,

* Without par value

15
59

1

common

Cannon

14 %

57%
108%

24%
1%
25%

Brown Fence & Wire

14

&

Corp

Daily

10$
102

.55

54

100

Preferred
■

78

76

6%

Distillery

Charis

Chic
'rY

5%
9%

6% pref
100
Chapman Valve. .25

31%
.31%

15%
9%
18%
13%

98%
13%

*

Preferred

8%
85

13^

6% prior pref. 100

2Cc

"5"

1

Paper

32%
2%

14%
8%

Ohamberlin Metal—
Weather Strip.._5

Champion

:

82

Century Rib Mills.*
7% preferred. .100

24

1%

1%
8%

*

Fibre

24
♦

49

30

5% preferred ..100
Cent Ohio St Prod.*

42

23%
23%

102

Cent Foundry com.l

11%

28

75

98

Certain-teed Prods. 1

52

49
10

42%
77%
10%

45

__*

Airport

110

77%
9%

Preferred
10
Cen Violetta Sug.19
Centrifugal Pipe
*

1

10

Central

110

42

*

pref.. 100
Gorp--_15
1st preferred....*
$7 preferred...
*
Central Aguirre
cum

Central Paper

49

-

100

Associates

106

39%

108%
108%

Celluloid

3%

42%
6%
99%

39

*

7% cum pref. .100

25

22

41%
5%
99%
103%

.100

Celanese Corp

1%

1%

29%

SS*

225

5%

Truck common..*
Brown Co 6% pf.100
Brown Forman

115

1
Caterpillar Tract.. *

41

38

Bridgeport Brass..*
Bridgeport Mach..*
Briggs Mfg
*
Briggs & Stratton..*
Bright Star Elec—

8%

28%
183%

*

100

Catalin Corp.

4%
6%
5%
33%
32%

31

v

7

Brainard Co.. 100
Castle (A M) Co..10

2%

31

WA

7% preferred-.100
Case Lockwood &

114

Brewster Aeronaut'i 1

Class

Products

Casco

preferred-.100
preferred
*

Brewers &

-

120

118

*
*

Billings & Spen
Bing & Bing

-

98%
18%

98%

.

45

Hotels—
*

Cable El Pr v t c
*
Calamba Sugar
Estates com
20
Calif Pack Corp...*

35

18%

59l%

r

14

101

20

5% preferred—.20
7 % preferred- 100
B/G Foods Inc....*
7% preferred. .100

2%
1%

,

Purchase warrants v;Y 1
Berland Shoe St
* fy;/', 12 -/
96
7% preferred..100
Bessemer Limestone
6 Cement com
8%
*
Preferred
,33
_*
Best & Co
_*
58%
Beth Fdy & Mach.*
3%

7%
14%

"7""
14

2

26:

29%

Carriers & General. 1
Carter (J W) Co
1

43

Biltmore
Bondholders A.65

Class B

niture common. .1

6

»

31*

6%
28%

5

Carrier Cora

Bowman

Bush Term Co

57%
57%

55
;b.

Carpenter Steel

16%

98

27%

*

25%

common—1
Preferred
-25
Bourjois, Inc
L-*
$2.75 cum pref..*
Bower Roll B'r'g--5

Bowm Bilt
Common

Co

45

15%

Bruce (E L) Co
Bruck Silk Mills

26

38%
15%
<

50

A

23%
24%
44%

New

Class A pref

25

_*

Consol Mills

Class

85*

Brown Shoe

5

4%

,

18

1%

Preferred..—100

7%
.31%
2%

6

5

18%

A l*
95

Carib Syndicate..25
Carman & Co A
*
Class B
*

7

30%
2%

Bardstown Distill. .1
Barium Stainless

1%
14%
14%

"6%
120

26

IV

51

Preferred
100
Baldw Loco Wks__*

Pref

11

24%

Axton-Fish Tob A 10

Com assented.

27%

25%
9%

25

Aviation Corp(Del)3
Avery(B F) & Sons 5
6% pref w w—25
Warrants
Class B

if/s

10%

116

43

2d

6%

26%

6%
4%
16%

Br. .5
Bon Ami com A—*
Common B
;-*
Bond Stores com.-l
Borden Co
15
Borg-Warner Corp .5
Borne Scrymser..25

19

5

25%
105

Bohack Realty pflOO

99

6

com

preferred-. 100

101

r

*

Carborundum Co..*

'30%

2%

1%

Capital City Prod.*

29

Bohn Alum &

Berkey & Gay Fur¬

Nominal.




1st

36%

5%

25

40

Preferred
100
Can Indus Alcohol.*
Class B
»

81

15

26%

24%

* r

Invest Corp

18%

;

36

Airplane.-.5

Bohack (H C) com.*

Breeze

ment common

...

24%
109%
3%
52

24%

13%
20%
6%
39%

95

Automatic Prod.. 5
Automat Vot Mach" *
Automobile Banking
$1.50 conv pref 25

Beneficial

106

122

34%
18%

8% preferred. 100
Automatic Instru¬

Belt

10%

77

6

Belding Hem'way.

6

i%
26%
26%

19

Beech

65

•

„♦

prefll*

Anchor P & Fence.*
Andian Nat Corp..*
Angostura-W uppermann Corp
1
Anheuser Busch.100
Antilla Sugar
100
Apex Elec Mfg
*
Appollo Steel
10
Apponaug Co
»
A P W Paper
*
Archer-Dan-Midi'd *
7 % preferred
100

ft Last sale,

*

Loan common

Anchor Cap."

conv pr

Tack

Auburn Automob.

"I %

10%
70%
10%
3%
1%

7%preferred.. 100

$6

pref.. 100

14%

13

*

.

Atlas

*

$5 preferred

112

conv

conv

Warrants

47

♦

6 Cable

5%

23

i;}J4

100

$6%

Powder

130

81%
83%
135%
6%
13%
30%
%

Common

_

58

18

17
125

Preferred

$6 preferred..
Anaconda Wire

1

Plywood
*
Conv preferred.20

Atlas

(!£%
79

Old common....*

25%
26%.
74%
118%
12%

_

144

56%

IV

24%
29%

pflOO

Refining, 25

Atlas

195

94%
142

100

Am Woolen Co
.

16

*

conv

Barker

Common
18.50
American Screw.100
Amer Seal-Kap
2
Amer Seating
+

X"

7

pref. 100
Atlas Pipeline
*

11

9%
%

45

5%

.

non-cum

4%

11%

*

_5

Class A

25

Boeing

64

14%
25
r

1

Can Fairbank pf. 100
Canadian Foreign—

12%
29

110

33

Amer Pneu Serv—25
7 % 1st pref
50

.

44

7% preferred..100

American Piano—
Class A

Class B

5%

Atlantic

12%

%
%

Rayon *
Fisheries.*

Atl Gulf & W Ind
SS Lines

70

31

Optical

Atl Coast

3

2%
10%

7% pref.

108

12

*

Associated Oil

55

?

54

Warrants

100

Austin Nich & Co.. *

42

rA
%*

18%

*

10

i

84

£1

c common

Associated

36%

35%
14%
7%

3%
25%

a

registered
Y t

9

8%

Am Hair & Felt

1st preferred
2d preferred

19%

,

103

27%
11%
•14%

13%

r

59
25

1st
2d

Ask

Canadian Colonial
Canadian Dredge
& Dock

17%

preferred—50
preferred B. -10

Canadian Oar & Fy *
Preferred
25
Celanese
*

Canad

Airways

49
25

24%
16%

Bloomingdale Bros. *
Blumentnal (S) com*
7% preferred..100

63%
11%
105

5%

1

Assoc Laundries

Amer Fork & Hoe..*
Preferred
100
Am Fruit Growers.*

3

W

7% 2d pref...100

14

13

47

Assoc El Indus Ltd
Am dep rets ord

90

Preferred
100
Amer Forging and
Socket com
*

Dry G'ds

IW

17

$3 Preferred
*
Blaw-Knox Co
*
Bliss (E W) Co—-

26%

6% 1st pref... 100

5%
300
27

*

common

Preferred

9

8%
5%
174%

1

Amer Equities Co.. 1
Amer Express—100
Amer Felt

7% preferred-.100

Assoc

Amer

Blauner's com.----*

13%

95

Art Metal Constr.10
Art Metal Works..5
Asbestos Mfg pref.l

24%

39

62%
10%

25
*

Bid

Par

Per share

31

29

27%

12%
2%

.

Stocks

Ask

110

37

Preferred..3

Artloom Corp

Elec Co..5
Preferred
*
Black&Decker Mfg *
Birtman

*

New preferred
Arrow Aircraft
Arrow Hart—

16%

Commercial

Alcohol com
20
Am Crystal Sugar 10

Bid

Per share

Works

Print
Common

29%

6% preferred.. 100

Par

Stocks

Ask

STOCKS

month preceding the date of Issue

Per share

Per share

Am Chain 8c Cable.*

MISCELLANEOUS

&

Quotations for all securities are as near as

5%
4%

5%

~4%
36%
14%

37

69

70

7%
17%

19%

15

preferred. 100

Colt's Patent Fire
Arms Mfg
25
Columbia Baking..*

Preferred

•

9

AUG., 1937]

INDUSTRIAL
Quotations for all securities

Stocks

Bid

Par

~Per
Columbia

Ask

30%

Vot tr ctfs com.
conv

pref.

Colum Carbon

v

!IH

*

22%

6i %
103

62

Class A

%
1%

14%
1%

:<

15%

16%
16

if*

*

38

13%
■1%
38%

*
1
*

Oongoleum-Nairn.
Congress Cigar
Consol Aircraft
$3 conv pref

14

16

23

Consol Biscuit..
1
Consol Oar Heat.100
Cons Cigar Corp. *

rtH

6%% Pf ww. 1
6%% Pf ex-war 1
7% preferred.100

If*

Cons Film Indus.. 1

*3%

$2 cum part pf..*
Cons Laundries ...5

13

gy
12%
86
90

t

139%
27%

20%

20%

Deisel-W emmer

8%

102

Preferred

Delay Stores
Del Rayon A

15

com.

Delta Electric--2.50
Dennison Mfg—

Supply com
10
Derby O & Ref com *

16%

16

Detroit Paper Prod 1

8% preferred-. 100

100

2%
10%

2%

v.

9%

•

%

■y

%

Consolidation Coal—
Common v t C-.25
Warrants

2%

5% prefvtc--100
Container Corp
20

37%
30%

9%
3%
38%
39%

23 %
3

23%
3%

9

Continental Baking
Class A
...»
Class B—

h

8% preferred- .100
Continental Can. .20

90%

92

56

:■

56%

Continental Cushion
3

3%
19%
2%

19%
2%
48%

48%

18%

19

99

100

*

29%

Preferred
100
Converse Rubber..*

30

,99

101%

11

33

Special preferred- *

,

Cook P't & Varn__*

$4 preferred
.*
Cooper Bessemer.. 1

V

5%
15%

a*

$3 prior

.

50%
112%
116%
27%
30

...

_

1
*
*

100

31

36%
14%

5

Crosley Radio
Orowell Publish'g_

37

i

8%
11%

13

9

.

42

Preferred

10

Cuba Co.;

*

Common

~8%

7

82

46%
40

20

18%
95%
71

125

If
6

100
1

8% preferred... 10
Cuneo Press

*

6 % % preferredCurtis Publish

*

$7 preferred

*

Ourtls8 Wright Corpl
Class A
1
Oushman's Sons—

7% cum pref. .100
$8 cum pref
*
Hammer

*

19

96%
71%

12%

m

*

Distil

2%
22

128

17

Tobacco

83%
47%

1%

10

5% Preferred .100
Oudahy Pack.
50

2

14

40%

2%

.

Cuban-Am Sug
10
7% preferred-.100
Cuban Atl Sugar—

44

'

1%
13%

$5 conv pref....*
Crucible Steel... 100

7% preferred- .100
Crystal Oil Ref
;*

20

1%
9%
113

18,

8%

60

38%
107%
2%
7%
39%
106%
10%
74%
•

39%

2%
42

109

*
Dubilier Condenser *

17

Dryden Paper.

9%

io%

20%

76%
6%
20%

69%

74

il*
73

50;

Without par

x




75

25

14%

Giant Portland—

340

14%

■21%

45'

Gimbel

85"

Gleaner Harvester.*
Glen Alden Coal—*

$5

27%
26%
38%

31%

%

32%

9

13%

•

32%
37%
48%

46

32%
?!

•36

%

%

20

25
180

120
161

Foster

6% n-v deb—100
cum pref..*
Hosiery-

133%
107%

134%
108%

Foundation Co

$4.50

Class B

com

1

6% preferred.. 100
Duro-Test Corp
1
Duval Texas Sulph.*
Dwight Mfg
15
Eagle CO K) pref 100
Eagle Lock
25
Eason

Oil

$1.50

conv

27

.

19%

1

28
3
23

2%
2%

iS*

20

9

*

..1

4%

1.75

East Mall'ble Iron25
Eastern Mfg com..*

Preferred

21

26*
2f*

East Dairies Ltd
*
Eastern Footwear .1

Common

,.6%
9%

9

1

Preferred

30

6%

pref_20

Eastern Roll Mill..5
Eastern Sugar Assoc

1%

5%
7

6%

v

10

39%
12%

13

40

25%

*

180

6% preferred-.100
Mach B...*
Eaton Mfg Co
4

27%
39%
180%

155

158

Eastman Kodak

37%

Edison Bros Stores—
Common
__2

5% preferred

50

Old

common

New

common

6%

Preferred. 100
Eisler Elec Corp
1

3%
44%
110

5%
3%

...

2%

Raps

90

$3

"5%
3%
3

4%
3%

pf..*
City St'l..*
Grant (W T)
*
Graton & Knight-.*
cum conv

Granite

Preferred

;i8f

14%

-

100

23

24

31

33

Station

10

com

3

18%
33%

ft*
68

Non vot com
Preferred

*

Great Nor Pap
25
Great West Sugar. _*

131°2%

111

•11%
16%

11%

20

21%
55c

46%

48

31

*

31%
5%
13%
36%

100
*

7% preferred.. 100
Greenfld T'p & Die*
$6 preferred-.100
$1.50 preferred..*
Green (H L) Co.—l
Greyhound Corp..5
Common

40c

8%

Gt Atl & Pac Tea

12

preferred

40%
121%

Varn-*

48

2d

7%
37%
79%

Gray Telephone Pay

*

5% % preferred-10
Groc Store Proa_26c
Gruen Watch
1

Galveston

iiH

13

Preferred
25
Guantanamo Sug__*
8 % preferred.. 100
Guardian Coal &
Oil
2%
Gulf Oil Corp
2o

Gamewell

24%

25%
94

96

21%

99%
22%

89

v

122%
47

39%
34%
135

14%

29~"
33

15%
10%
4%

il*
4§*

Gypsum Lime

93

Gabriel Co cl A—*

V

5

Gair

,

2

& Alabaster Ltd.*

Hajoca Corp

63

69

*

64%.

65%

Gar Wood Indust—3

>

Grand

f 45
30%

Ry Sup..*

40

107

5

Preferred

Great Lakes SS

Houston*
Co. .—*
$6 conv pref—*
Gannett Co Inc—
$6 conv pref—
Gardner-Denver
*
$3 conv pref—.20

t Called Sept 15 at 110. plus div.
Ex-dividend.

26

Rapids Brassl

11

21%
50%

2%

Grand Nat Films-. 1

10%

Franklin

24

sVi

Silk

Hosiery com
*
7% preferred __100
Gossard (H W)
*
Gould Coupler A..*
Graham-Paige Mot 1

3r m

21%
47%

30

25

2%
42%
106%
4%
3%

*
Sugar—*
Franklin Rayon
1
Freeport Sulphur .10
6% conv pref. 100
Froeatert Grain &
Malt common—1
Preferred.
15
Fruehauf Trailer—1
Fuhrman & Schmidt
Brewing com
1
Fuller (G A) Co—
Partic prior pref-*

39

50
com

F-R Publishing

...

8%

*

Preferred

Gorham Inc

Francisco

35"

6* ;,7*

24%
.24

(Peter) Brew—5

(Robert) com.l
$3 Preferred
10
Gallager&BurtonA 1

*

1

*

Foreign shs A...*
Foundation Co
of Canada
*
Fox Film class A—*

11%
35%

Educational Pictures

$5 conv pref
*
Goodyear T & R of

Grand

.

Wheeler. -10
$7 conv pref
*

Fox

Good Humor Corp 1
Goodrich (B F)
*
$5 preferred
*
Goodyear Tire &
Rubber com
*

4%
100%

Gotham

6^

.

*

16
90

52%

4%

.

1

Grand Union ctfs_.l

Am dep rets

Durham

*

14%
76%
22%
81%
21%
9%
42%
52%

"5%

116%

*

Class B

Class B

12

32%
32%

41%
115%

Am dep rets ord- Ford Mot of Can 100

*

13

38%

$3 pref with war.*
Gorham Mfg vtc.*

Ford Motor France

159%

15%

*

Canada.

3
16

A. *

'

*

2

5%
37%

5.;'"
37

,

*

Preferred

Gobel (Adolf) Co—1
Godchaux Sugar pf.

Preferred
50
Goodall Worsted _50

13%

32%
36

:

,

5

—

*

Goebel Brewing
Goldblatt Bros

75

Preferred——100

Class A__

Glidden Co

4 % % conv pref 50
Globe Wernicke—*

112
11

40%
111%

4%8Conv pref. 100

5

*

32%
103%
41%

103

Food Machinery-.10

4%
14%
114%

internat'l.l

*
*

Class A

100

4

pref

Bros

$6 preferred

24

Follansbee Bros—*

2

conv

6%
15c
•:,

30

35%

m

165

32

50
—

Gilbert (A C)
*
Preferred..
*
Gilchrist Co
*
Gillette Saf Razor.*

7

%

vi

98

50

Cement com

Preferred..

Gibson Art

27%

*

com

27%

17

#

&

36

76^

$6 preferred—100 k

Flour Mills of Am..*

Gen Time Instru..*

Georgian Inc com. _*
A preference—20

93

Ford Motor Ltd-—

Duplan Silk
»
8% cum pref-.100
DuPont (E I) deN

21%
58*

warrants

44

Preferred
100
Fisk Rubber Corp.l

Gear

£■
%«

common...*

6% cum pref A 100

7%
34%

7% 1st pref.-.100

Bros

Opt

<

Genessee Brew A..1

'

s

First Nat Stores—*

Foote

53

Conv pref vtc..*
Sub warrants

&

28

Warrants

value
t New stock.

(Marshall)

Mach

"3%

3%

(R G)—
Bradstreet Corp.*
Dundee Textile
*

"3% Easy W
44

~4%
50%
10%

12

Co
*
5th Ave Coach...25

Prefen ad

W

10

*

New

13%
5%
19%

Fohs Oil

40

$6 conv pref

Gen Theat Equipt—
Old common—-*

59

310

Florsheim Shoe com*

105

57"

Refractories--*

24%

Preferred
1
Fiat Am dep rets—
Fidelio Brewery—.1

Florence Stove

100

Signal
*
6% preferred-.100

18
22

4 % % preferredlOO
1
F G Trading Corp.l

Preferred

*

$6 preferred

Gen Rayon A stk—*

24

4

Flintkote Co com..*

28

71

Gen Steel Casting—
Common
*

3%

49%

Ferro Enamel

Fla Portld Cemuts.

.46%

89%

:

General Print Ink--1

Gen

135

Federal Motor Tr..*
Fed Screw Works..*
Federated Dept Sts *

113

44

4?*

'I6

A

6% preferred-.100
*

58

Fedders Mfg
5
Federal Bake Shops*
Preferred
30

59

26%

ninfifl

23

Fansteel Metallurg *

125

7%

10

Gen Plastics

3%
10%
86

J*

117%

*
pref _-*

5% preferred
Gen Optical

Gen Outdoor Adv't'g
Common
*

21

85%
.

61%

>8*

Gen Ry

1

Farnsworth Televis

36%

If*
no*

*

part conv n-c A_*
Class B
*
Dri Steam Valve..5
Driver Harris Co 100

Dunhill

%

110

*
Crown Cent Petrol.*
Crown Cork Int A_*
Crown O'k & Seal.*
$2.25 pref w w__*
Preferred x-w
*
Crown Drug com..*
Preferred
—.50
Crown Zellerbach
5

•

;

*

8%
22%
"

.*

& Co common..20

19

.

15
\

Crowley Milner

price,

116%
27%

111%
5%
16%
32%

I«

Fishman (M H)—*

23%

Dun

Crocker-Wheeler ..*

Preferred

2!*

22%

100

Preferred

Wheat

Stocks trust ctfs.*

Cutler

50%

16

57

54

Firestone Tire & Rub
Common
10
6 % pref ser A. 100

20%

Mills

37%
22%

Gen Tire & Rub-. .5

25%

48

—.*
Preferred
100 k 108%
Dresser (S R) Mfg

113

18

1

Common

Field

100

6% cum pref. .100

8%

108%
5%
16%
32%
8%
21%
20%

8% preferred. 106
Fairbanks Morse. _*
6% preferred-.100
Fairchild Aviation 1
Fa jar do Sugar
20

24

23%
110

General

170""

17%
15%

25

Am dep rets reg £1
Gen Fire Exting—*
Gen Fireproofing. . *

General Motors..10

160

*

24%

Finance—

preference.*

145

6%

'

22

Filene's(Wm)Sons _*
Film Inspect Mach*

140

21

\

23%

22%

6%
58%

Ltd—

4% % preferredlOO

29

102
;

Elec

3

34%
120

7 % preferred- -100
Gen Foods Corp— *
General MachinelOO

5

4%
27%

Chicago *

20

Preferred
100
Dominion Steel &
Coal B
.25
Dominion Stores..*

18%

1%

122

5

18

(Jacob) Pkg
6%% pref....100

65%
159%

90%

18%
17%
35

1

3

35%
21%
38%

115

6

17%
17%
34

r

119

Gen Crude Oil..2%
General Electric--*

2%

General

5

20%
37%

Dold

Preferred
Dow Drug

25

Creole Petrol

Cummins

20

'fW

112

*

Creamery Package.*

Cuban

1

Doehler Die Cast..*

Dow Chem com

5% conv pf—100
7% Preferred. 100

Preferred

19

Dixon (J) Cruc-.lOO

Glass. 100

Cramp (W) & SnslOO

Croft Brewing..

58%

20%
36%
61%

34

Doubleday Doran__
Douglas Aircraft..*
Douglas Shoe pf_100

Am deprctsord£l k
Wagon Co
$1.50 convcl A.20
Common
*

or

5

4%
19

Dominion

Covered

Cream

9

118

pref..50

com

23%
85%
9%

82

*

Warrants........

Crane Co

28%

22%

*

1

Ooty Inc
Oourtaulds Ltd-

Seagrams Ltd...*

com.

9%
210

105

5%
88%

$6 conv A pref..*
Cosden Petroleum
conv

9

27%

65%
157

7 % preferred. 100
Corroon & Rey'ds

5%

^

108
100

Corn Prod Refg..25

31

52%

7% preferred--100

Fanny Farmer Candy

m

150

Dodge Mfg

4%

36

8
26

7% preferred-.100
General Carpet
1

8

71

120

100

2.40
.

Gen Cigar common *

2%

.

-

Dominion Bdge.100
Dominican Coal pf 25

,

1

"

Discount Corp (NY)
Distillers Co Ltd_£l
Distillers Corp-

Cum

4%
16

28

Empire Sheet &
Tinplate
.._*

Falstaff Brewery
Famous Players

12

130%

...

35

1st preferred-. 100
2d preferred.. 100
Emerson Drug. .2%
Class

16

68

Domestic

4%
%

Ely Walker D G..25

Fairbanks Co

_

13%

Can Corp com..]
Voting trust ctfs

107

Dictaphone Corp.

18

31%

4

«

23

15%

Dr Pepper Co

6%
16%
59%
21%

30%

.100

Common

32%

Diamond T Motor 2

Preferred

-

«

27%
33%

105

6%% pf (w w) 1001

Dobeckum Co

35

pref
*
Copperweld Steel. 10
Cord Corp
5
Corning Glass Wk 10
Preferred.

6% part pref—.25
Diamond Shoe
*

14

16

58

27

Divco-Twin Truck. 1
Dixie-Vortex Co—
Common
_»
Class A.

15

61%

115

*

10%

-

Elk Horn Coal
Corp*
6 %non-cum pref50

_

65

General American
General

General Bronze....5
General Cable.
*
Class A
*

7% preferred.. 100

2d preferred--.100

39

10%

Common
1
Electrolux Oorp..~l
Elgin N Watch...15

Fair (The)

8%

60%
56%

1%

6

Transportation
5
Baking—.5
$8 1st pref
*
General Box Corp.l

12%

Electrographic Corp

Evans Products
Ex-Cell-0 A & T
Exch Buffet Corp.

6

25%

'.'''Ai*!-*!.1'

Devoe & Raynolds—
Class A (non-vot) *
Common B
*

Diamond Match

49

8

5% pref w W..100
Distillers Liquors..5

54

10

Preferred

48

4%
10

.

5% preferred-.100
Equit Office Bldg._*
Esquire-Coronet.
Eureka Pipe Line.50
Eureka Vac Clean.5

2%
4%

Per share

Preferred

"

38%

Endicott-Johnson_50

21%

Dictograph Prod.-2

Spring com.
1
Cont Diam'd Fibre.5
Continental Mot_.l
Oont'l Oil (Del).-.5
Oont'l Oil (Mex).--l
Oont'l Roll & Steel •
Preferred
100
Cont Screw com.. 10
Cont Steel Corp

17%
17%

2%
4%
20%
5%
24%

6% conv pref_ .25
Detroit Steel Prod.*
Detroit Sulphite. -10
Detrola Radio &
Television com__l

Bid

Par

Gen Alloys Co—

~

1

Indus Am sbs
Elec Shovel Coal.. *
Partic pref
*
Elec Stor
Battery. _*
Elec Vacuum Clean*
Electrol Inc vtc ..1

Emsco Derrick

Detroit Mich Stove 1
Detroit Harvester. 1

Stocks

12

New common.

8%
89

17%

Ask

12

B—.2%

88

6% preferred—20
Detroit Gray Iron &
Foundry com—1

20

Eisemann Magneto *
Preferred
100
Eitingon Schild
*
Electrical Steam
Sterilizer
1
Electric Auto-Lite. 5
Electric Boat
Elec Ferries com
6% preferred-.100
Elec & Musical

57

8%

Det Gasket & Mfg—
Common
_.l

9
103

Consol Royal Oil .10
Consolidated Steel *
Consol Textile
*

Bid

Emerson Electric 100

*

18

8

126

55

93

108%

4%
75%

4%
122

preferred.*

nlH
95

20%
11%

74

8% preferred.. 100
Dentists' (The)

Cons Macn Tool uts_
Consolidated Oil
*
$5 cum div pref.*
Consol Retail Sts-.l

15 %
104%

13~~

11%.
19%
11%

1

$4 Preferred

79%
3%
13%

28

26

20

Class A
10
7% preferred.. 100

56

23%
29

138%
27%

*

com

7% preferred

15%

23%

Gilbert Corp.__ 10

1

Preferred

15%

27%

35

Deere & Co

14

Conde Nast Pub..*
Condor Pictures
1

6%%

20

15

Deep Rock Oil
& Ref 7% pf-100

Shoe—

Mach vtc
V t c extended

f

15%
19%
10%

Dayton Rubber Mf|
Common
'

107

105 %

Solvents..*
Com'wealth Dist— 1

s

56

26%
15%

1

104%
66%

66 %

pref..*

Comm'l

Compo

Common

2?*

...

conv

50

'•

Darling Stores Corp
$2 partic pref
*
Davega Sts Corp. -5
5% conv pref..25
Davenport Hos'y..*
Davison Chemical

$2 preferred
Commercial Credit
Common...
10
4% % convpreflOO
Comm'l Invest Tr.*
$4.25

42%
122%

120

t c *

Columbus Auto—
Parts com

Par

Per share

25

Dardelet Thr'dlock *

30

40

_

Stocks

2%
13%

2%
12%

Dailey Corp.
1
Darby Petroleum. _6

31%
31%
8%

87

STOCKS

ithe month preceding the date of Issue

o

Per share

B'cast in

Sys Inc class A 2 \
2y
Columbia O & G...
Columbia Pic com.*

Ask

Bid

Par

share

Class B

$2.75

Stocks

MISCELLANEOUS

&

possible for the closing day

are aa near as

13%l

Preferred

*
100

57M
12
19

48

Hale &

Kiiburn
Preferred
Hall Lamp com

13%

Garlock

Pack

t Called July 1 at 110 plus $1.75 div.

k Last sale.

n

100

*

Nominal.

8%
4%

r

Canadian

INDUSTRIAL

88

MISCELLANEOUS

&

Bid

Par

Stocks

Ask

Bid

Par

Hall (W P)Print'g
Haloid Co

18

Hanna

$5

Indus Machine

Industrial Silica...*

37%

Ingersoll Rand

♦

131

135

15%

17

18

77

80

3%

com*

3%

100
Hartman Tob—-10
Harvard Brew
1
Hat Corp class A. . 1
Class B n-v
1

87
1%
1%

90

11%

12

10

6%% pref ww 100
Hathaway Bak A_.*
Class B...
*

92%
- .4%

10%
94%

Preferred

2%
1%

6

1%

1
35

Preferred

40

115%
15%

16

Int

48

50

18%
11%

18%

7% class A pref. 25
v t c—*

11%

Hecker Prod

Preferred

w

100

150%

154%

25

25

7% non-cum pflOO
Hendey Mach "B *

*
5
10

Dref
Hewitt Rubber
conv

Heyden < 'hemicHl

15

Hilton-Davis
Common

»

48

119

n*

25

Jefferson Lake Oil.*

33

29%
33%

Jewel

6% conv pref. 100

101

Prior pref

$5

*

pref
Holophane Co

*
*

conv

Preferred

29%

23%
41%
104%

Johnson Tin Foil
6 Metal
100

48

4%

J7/°

Jonas & Naumb'g2 %
Jones & Laughlin

24

42%

Steel

106

common. 100
7 % preferred- .100

27%

26

*

Holly Sup Co
*
7% preferred-.100
Holt (H) & Co A__*

Johnson Educat Bisc
Class A
*

9

65

Common

Hollander (A )& Son 5
Holland Furnace. .1

*

32%

32%
110%
6%

Furnace com
10
KCStk Yds Me. 100

7%

Preferred

Chemical com .100
Preferred
100
Horder's Ind
-

100
88

91

15%

16

Hormel (G A) & Co *
Horn (A C) com
1
Prior preferred..5
Horn Hard't(NY).*

18

19

32

5% preferred. .100

103

Katz

110

8%
5%

....

Kaufman

9%
6%
32%
104%

Preferred

Kayser (Jul

& Co_5

7%

37

23

Kellogg Co
*
KelloggSwitch & S .*
5% conv pref. 100
Kelsey-Hayes Wheel

11%

11%
25%

25

25

:

15%

15%

Corp

111%

Lamp A
*
Keyes Fibre com..*

]

Hygrade Sylvan...*
6%s conv pref. I *
Ideal Cement._
10 t
_

Illinois Brick
"25
Imco Partic Ltd. I 1

4

23%

16*

30
20

16%

3%

;

50

111%
27%
13%

lis
13%
1%

20%

20%

14%

14%

Indiana Gas & Chem

6% pref
*
Indiana Limestone. 1

Motocycle." *

Preferred
10
Indiana Pipe Line 50

Refining

37%
26%

37%

63

65

28
1

-

9

11

18

22

9

10

14%

*

2%
2%

9%
15%

Indian

Terr Ilium
Oil non-vot A
Cl.*\ss B

*

Indus Accep Corp
Cum pref.
100
No par value.




*

Kirby Lumber.. 100
Kirby Petrol
1
Klein (D E) Co... *
Kleinert Rubber.. 10
Knight (B B & R) pf*
Knott Corp
1

21" "

23"

97

101

28

n

conv

*

pref

35c
25

4*5*

8% 1st pref
100
$2 n-c div shares-*
*

Mid vale Co

4

20c

com.*

55

Scrip

6%

Mid-West Abras.50c
Midwest Oil
10
Miller

68
46

2

30

33

Mission

47%

48

Missouri Kansas

11%

11%

35%
13%
48%
31%
127
2%
8%

2%
44

4l*

Co.-.-*

Macy (R H) Co Inc *
Mad Sq Garden ._*
Magazine Repeater
Razor

10%

104

10%

21
106

12%
17%

13

23%

5%
2%

7% preferred--100
Ctfs of deposit.

1%
13%

1%
14%

34

38

80
6

36
49
95

6%

24

33

80

85

5% A conv
Massey-Harris

108

*
100

Preferred
Master Electric—-1

10%
132

23%
34%
11%
12%
21%

Math'son Alkali.. .*
11
140

24

36

11%
13%

21%

Canadian price,

r

7% preferred.. 100
May Dept Stores. 10
May Hosiery com.*
Preferred.—
*
Maytag Co..
*
1st $6 pref.
*
$3 cum pf ww-.*
S3 cum pref x-war*
Warrants

t New stock.

;

100

TYeferred

Mohawk Liqueur. .1
Molybdenum Corn 1
Monarch Mach T'l *

105

*9%

"9%

19%

23

2%
3%

105%

4%
103%
105%

*
*

53%

r

J

•

5

4%

7%
7%
4%

32%

44*

23%
36%
148

63%
30
55
9.„
102%
35

27%
24%

5?*

Preferred B

34%
46

44

176

290

10

62
33
70c
6

9%

Products

Mot Wheel

23%

92

89

93

4%
35%
21%
15c

35%
21%

:

*

Corp..5

10

Mueller Brass Co._l

(

conv

1

oref

/

*

60

9%
105

36

"At

Preferred

100

Murphy (G C)
5% pref
100
Murray Corp
.10
Murray-Ohio Mfg.*

13%
88

25c

6%
42

JS*
90

6%

Munising Paper
6% prior pref..20
Vtuns'ngwear Inc
*
Murphy Varnish 100

32

6%
40%

Mfg Corp—

Class B.

$7

37

155
64

6%

A 91

Mount'n & Gulf Oil 1

Mullins

55

•

65
;
35
90c

Twist Drill

Amer shares.....

Motor

3%

3%

(Philip)

& Co Ltd

Morse

-a-:.-

186

255

100

Morrell(John) & Co*
Morris Plan com 25c
Preferred
10
Morris

;

141

'■

Moore (Tom) Dist.l
Moore Drop For A.*

Mountain Prod

115

36

'At

140

A 32

& Machinery.. 100
Mtge Bk of Colombia

13

106
9%
53%

Moody's Invest Serv
part pref
*
Moore Corp com..*
Preferred A.

_ .

30

.

63%

3%

__

.

13%
■■

101

10

24 %
8%
51

I*
Cum pref 7%. 100
Kolster-Brand Ltd—
Amer shares
£1

20

$4.50pref ser A100
Montgomery Ward

23

58
27 %

*
pf.100

13%
94

$2.50

Class A

2%

Preferred
100
Marshall Field & Co*
.

•

7%

7%
19%

Monsanto Chem.. 10

18

8

10%
42%

.

.v..;;':

Monroe Loan Soc A1

20%

22

Marine Midland—.5
Marlin Rockwell. .1
Marion St Shov
*

Masonite Corp

22

& Voe

Common

61
19%
15%

10

Martin (Glen L).
1
Martin Parry Corp *

21

13%

Manning Bowman

5% Marathon Paper. .25
6% Margay Oil Corp..*

28

Monogram Pictures 1

6

Manufac's Trading 1

4%
5%
32%
48%

105

27%

3

12%

Manhattan Shirt.25
Manischewitz
_*
common..

102%

5

Mock Judson

14%

14

—..1

Pipe Line

39%

39%

21

19

inc..*

Mapes Cons Mfg..*
Maple Leaf Mill...*
Preferred
rl00
Maracaibo Oil Exp. 1

Oil

118

19

Warrants

9

42

3%
18%
6%
6%

6

8

41

9%

3%
17%

4

15%

3%

115

.

Common

Mangel Stores—
Common.......1
$5 conv pref
4%
* k

15%

129

Mo Portl Cement.25

Ctfs of deposit-

Mandel Bros

14%
49%
32%

1%

24%

19

36

1

com

13

r

*

Oil Corp—

Midland

65

16

Nominal,

*

t c

44%

31

A: Last sale,

21%

23

__*

11%

„.*

t c

v

$2

139

3%

Pub—*

12%

6% preferred
10
Kreuger (G) Brew.l
Kroger Grocery &
Baking common.*

2;
2;

v

Mack Trucks Inc..*

Macfadden

14

Kress (S

Pet—

States

Class B

Products

21

5

Corp

10%

Kresge (S S) CoCommon (vot). 10

10

Midland Steel

135

Mac And & Forbes 10

20

_

Middle

*

Sugar

Preferred

(I) Sons com *
Pref 6%%
100
Minneap-Honeywell
Regulator
"
4% pref ser B—*
Minn Min & Mfg__*
Minneap-Moline
Power Implem *
$6.50 cum pref..*
Mission Corp
*

17

Kobacker Stores.

of Gt Brit & Irel'd
Am dep rets ord £1

29""

111

-.50

Koppers Co 6% pflOO
Kresge Dept Stores 1
8% preferred.. 100

Imperial Tobacco

28%

1

Steel

Lukens Steel

& Co

*

$8 preferred

29

of Canada com..5

•

Mid-Cont Petrol-. 10

1

Class A

6% preferred--100
Macfadden Newsp.*

16 2-3

Kingston Products. 1
Kinney (G R) Inc.Il
$5 prior pref
*

4

Registered shares.
Imperial Tobacco

ndian

Case

*

Kingsbury Brew
1
King Seeley com__l
Convertible pref 20

1

21

Indian.

*

Wire common..
Keystone Watch

2

%
20%

Ltd..I*

30

Keystone Steel &

15

Kimberly-Clark

7% pref unstpd 100
7% prefstmpd 100
Hygrade Food Prod5

Imperial Oil

5

Class A

Ay 5

Huylers Inc—
Common

9%

Ludlum

Lynch

20%

com

83

1

92

16%

$1.25 conv pref. _*
Ken-Rad Tube &

New common

88

16

16%
83%

13%
.5-1%
A
3%
22%

Michigan

71%

6%% conv pf-100
*
Preferred
100

1

$6 part pref A...*

1

Mich Gas & Oil.—l
Mich Steel Tube.2 %

55

MallOry (P R) new.*
Manati Sugar
100

Kendall

2%

7%
28%
72%

Ludlow Valve

14

Kennedy's Inc

Hussmann-Ligonier *

72

100

60

Mexican Petrol-—.1

121

13

30

Metrop Playhouse.*
Metrop Tobacco. 100
Mexican Eagle Oil.4
Mexico-Ohio Oil
*
Mich Bumper

106

2

2d

80

55

$3.25 pref

85

84%
105%

1
Corp *
*

Metal Textile

270

1

B

13%
19%

11*

240

Conv class A

27

11%
4%

ft*

Majestic Radio &
Television com__l

*

3

25

Machine

Metal & Thermit..*
Preferred
100

106%

Class

93%

*

com

MacMillan

69

—

5

75

24%

Louisiana Oil Refg.*

Kelly Springf'ld Tire

64

65

106

Preferred

conv

4%

preferred--100

30

•33%

Scott

6%% pref A100
Messenger Corp
5
1

Loudon Packing—.*

32%

Merritt. Chapman &

5

$5 preferred—100
Longwest Corp
*
L